Get Started with Financial Aid
Do you need to know the next step in the Financial Aid process? Take a look at our Getting Started page for more information about receiving aid at NMSU.
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2017-18 FAFSA Opens October 1, 2016
The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is opening early this year! Students will be able to complete their FAFSA as early as October 1, using 2015 tax information.
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FAFSA Fast Forward
Need help completing your FAFSA? Join Financial Aid staff at FAFSA Fast Forward and we'll help you finish your application!
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Are you graduating Fall 2016?
Congratulations graduates! If you've invested in your future with a student loan, there is some important information you should know now that you're graduating.
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Sign up for a Federal Student Aid ID
Federal Student Aid websites now require a new login process. You can choose a username and password instead of a PIN.
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Spring 2017 Disbursement: See when your Spring 2017 financial aid will be disbursed. Disbursement dates could potentially be affected by Martin Luther King Jr. Day on Monday, January 16.

Finance Your Dreams

A college degree can add up to success, but sometimes you need help along the way. NMSU offers scholarships, tuition waivers and financial aid options to help make funding your education possible.

Financial Aid and Scholarship Services’ goal is to provide understandable information and timely service to all students. Financial Aid advisors and staff are here to help you reach your goals.

NMSU’s Federal FAFSA School Code is 002657.

FAFSA Is Now Open

The 2017-18 FAFSA opened October 1, 2016. This new opening date is a permanent change, allowing students to have more time to complete their application.

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Estimate Your Aid

The Net Price Calculator can help you determine your federal, state, and institutional aid eligibility. Go through the steps to find your estimated financial aid.

Net Price Calculator

Learn About The FAFSA

Learn about the Free Application for Federal Student Aid and what types of federal aid you may qualify for, including grants, work-study, and loans.

What is the FAFSA?

Talk To The Outreach Advisor

Want to learn more? The Outreach Advisor is available to help you learn more about the financial aid process at New Mexico State University.

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