New Mexico Lottery Success Scholarships
The Lottery Success Scholarship helps pay tuition expenses for New Mexico high school graduates (or GED recipients) who plan to attend an eligible New Mexico public college or university.
Students establish eligibility in the first regular semester immediately following their high school graduation and funding begins in the second college semester. To find out more about scholarships for the first regular semester, contact the financial aid or scholarship office at your college or university.
How do I apply?
Contact the Financial Aid Office at the college or university to inquire about the application process.
When is the deadline?
Deadlines are set by each institution.
For more information, please visit: http://fin.hed.state.nm.us/content.asp?CustComKey=194781&CategoryKey=194782&pn=Page&DomName=fin.hed.state.nm.us
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