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Sussman-Miller Educational Assistance Award

The Sussman-Miller Educational Assistance Award is a financial aid program for New Mexico residents, to fill the gap in student financial aid packages while pursuing an undergraduate degree. This is a program for both students graduating from high school and those continuing their education. Awards vary in amount and there are two different deadlines.


Additional criteria:
· attend a college or university full-time
· graduating high school senior OR currently enrolled in college/university
· available statewide
· Must be a federal financial aid recipient

Deadlines:
1) Deadline For High School Students who will attend Out-of-State Schools or In-State Private, Not-For-Profit Schools: April
2) Deadline For High School Students who will attend New Mexico In-State State Public Schools: June
3) Deadline For Current Undergraduates: June

For more information about this award, please visit:
http://www.albuquerquefoundation.org

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