New Mexico Highlands University has a combination of strong academics and affordability. New Mexico Highlands’ graduates, according to U.S. Department of Education, make the third highest in salary after attending among public higher education institutions in New Mexico!
Click here for more information regarding tuition, financial aid, and costs. We also feature links on how to apply, parent resources, and more.Tuition cost is based upon whether or not you are a resident of New Mexico. Click here for more information regarding Tuition & Fees.
We want NMHU to be affordable and attainable for any family. We offer a handful of scholarships for Undergraduates, Graduates, and Transfer Students.
Freshman scholarships are awarded based on a student’s admissions status. Students should be fully admitted by March 1st, prior to their first semester at NMHU, in order to be eligible for priority scholarship awarding. A scholarship application is not required for these awards, but it is recommended to further maximize a student’s eligibility for additional scholarship funding.
Beyond scholarships, Financial aid from the government can provide monetary assistance to help you make your goals a reality. Most Cowboys & Cowgirls receive at least one of the three forms of aid below after they file their FASFA. Read on to understand your options and what you might be eligible for.
For more information on Grants.
For more information on the different types of Loans.
For more information on the work-study process.