New Mexico Scholars Program

The New Mexico Scholars Program was created to encourage New Mexico high school students to attend public post-secondary institutions or the following private colleges in New Mexico:



College of Santa Fe
St. John's College
College of the Southwest

Eligibility Requirements:
* New Mexico residents
* Graduate from New Mexico high school in the top 5% of their class or score 25 on ACT
* Attend eligible college of university by the end of 21st birthday
* Undergraduate
* Enroll full-time
* Combined family income may not exceed $30,000 per year
* If 2 or more family members are in college, combined family income may not exceed $40,000 per year

Application deadline varies by post-secondary institution.

For more program information, please visit:
http://fin.hed.state.nm.us/content.asp?CustComKey=194783&CategoryKey=195118&pn=Page&DomName=fin.hed.state.nm.us

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