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New Mexico State University-Main Campus

Founded in 1888, New Mexico State University is a 4-year public school which sits on a 900-acre campus in south central New Mexico. NMSU is a NASA Space-Grant College and is home to the very first Honors College in New Mexico. A minority serving and...

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Here at NMSU I am learning a lot in my field for Biology I am currently doing a lot of dental work I want to one day be a dentist. At NMSU there is a lot of engagement in my classes so I get a lot of hands on experience and one on time with...

” – Jennifer from Carlsbad, NM
Eastern New Mexico University-Main Campus

Eastern New Mexico University is a public, four-year liberal arts college located in Portales, NM, with satellite campuses in Roswell and Ruidoso, NM. ENMU offers more than 60 associate, bachelor's, and master's degrees in a hands-on learning...

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The teachers are approachable and are willing to spend as much time to assure each individual student success. The class size my freshman year was under 30 students, so each student gets a personalized learning experience!

” – Nicole from Pueblo, CO
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The University of the Southwest is a 4-year Christian university in southeast New Mexico. Southwest is home to colleges of Arts & Sciences, Business, and Education that offer 28 bachelor’s degree programs, including in Christian Studies. Student...

New Mexico Highlands University

New Mexico Highlands University is a public, 4-year institution established in Las Vegas, New Mexico, with a number of satellite centers in Albuquerque, Rio Rancho, Santa Fe, and Farmington. New Mexico Highlands offers over 60 graduate and...

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I love the atmosphere here at Highlands. Yes, it is a small school and a small town, but that is how I like it. I would rather be able to have my professors actually know who I am, rather than just have me as a number in their system.

” – Stephanie from Albuquerque, NM
Western New Mexico University

Established in 1893, Western New Mexico University is a public institution based in Silver City, NM, a short drive from Tucson, Albuquerque, and El Paso. WNMU is an Hispanic-Serving Institution, as well as a member of the American Association of...

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REALLY GOOD SCHOOL!!Every one is nice and willing to help. The professors are great and willing to help u out when needed.

” – Deeandra from Deming, NM
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Northern New Mexico College is a public institution primarily serving the rural communities surrounding its campus, including eight area Native American tribes. Incorporating New Mexican culture into its academic curricula, Northern is home to five...

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This is a great college! The staff and volunteers provide the best help a person can possibly get. It offers unbelievably affordable opportunities that I am grateful for.

” – Justin Ryan from Espanola, NM
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Established in 1968, New Mexico State University-Grants is a public, 2-year institution located in Cibola County. NMSU Grants offers over 30 associate’s degree and certificate programs, a bachelor’s degree program in Nursing, as well as seven...

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New Mexico State University Carlsbad is a 2-year community college in southeast New Mexico and part of the NMSU system. NMSU Carlsbad offers degrees and certificates in 40 academic programs and five programs are available entirely online. With a...

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San Juan College is a 2-year community college with four campuses in northwest New Mexico. SJC houses six academic departments conferring degrees and certificates and its Native Studies program includes courses on Native American history, art, and...

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For a community college it is a very inviting and friendly place to go for fresh out of high school students. The professors are all very friendly and work well with the students in helping them succeed in their classes. The campus isn't too large or...

” – Richard from Aztec, NM
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Eastern New Mexico University-Roswell is a 2-year institution and a campus of the ENMU system. ENMU Roswell offers more than 80 associate degree and certificate-granting academic programs as well as the opportunity to earn a bachelor’s degree on...

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With campus a short distance from the White Sands National Monument, New Mexico State University in Alamogordo is a 2-year community college and a branch campus of the NM State system. NM State-Alamogordo is home to 19 degree and certificate-granting...

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The NMSU-A campus is a well-kept campus. Students and professors alike are dedicated to education and broadening horizons. When you're attending NMSU-A, you feel like your time there is well spent.

” – Josephine from Alamogordo, NM
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Santa Fe Community College is a 2-year institution serving New Mexico’s capital city and most of Santa Fe County. SFCC is home to six academic schools and three departments offering over 100 degree and certificate programs in subjects from Biofuels...

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The high school that I graduated from was not the best school for academics and I found that I did not possess many of the skills needed for succeeding in college. Thankfully, many of my professors spent time making sure that I understood my classes...

” – Stephanie from Citra, FL
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The University of New Mexico-Gallup is a 2-year community college in western New Mexico affiliated with the UNM system. UNM Gallup is home to four academic departments offering degrees and certificates in 22 fields of study. For students who wish to...

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At the University of New Mexico branch in Gallup, NM, I believe that I will most likely learn a lot. Students who are currently attending there say they are adapting to the learning environment quickly. They feel comfortable and welcomed. With these...

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Nestled between the Rio Grande and Taos Pueblo, the University of New Mexico-Taos is a 2-year community college and a branch campus of the UNM system. UNM-Taos is home to over 30 associate degree and certificate-granting academic programs. In...

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Mesalands Community College is a 2-year college in eastern New Mexico. MCC offers 19 degree and eight certificate-granting programs, several of which are specific to the college’s western location such as Cowboy Arts and Farrier Science. The MCC Wind...

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Beautiful school, cheap rent on properties/rooms, low tuition but a great program. Champion Rodeo Team, Wind Energy Research, Iron Pour, plus great support if you need help in your classes. Can't Wait!

” – Sonja from Tucumcari, NM