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New Mexico Tech Scholarships for Non-Resident Students

The New Mexico Tech Scholarships for Non-Resident Students are as follows:


- Competitive Scholarship: Non-resident first time students with high school GPAs of 3.25 and ACT 27/SAT 1200 - OR - transfer students with 3.5 college GPAs. Awardees receive $700 stipends and pay resident tuition rates.

- Colorado Reciprocity (CORE): Colorado residents with high school GPAs of 3.0. Awardees pay resident tuition rates.

- Western Undergraduate Exchange Program: Residents of Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Hawaii, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, North Dakota, Oregon, South Dakota, Utah, Washington or Wyoming with high school GPAs of 3.0. Awardees pay 150 percent of resident tuition rates instead of non-resident rates.

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