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Scholarships for Incoming Students At NMSU, you can qualify for an institutional scholarship based on the academic information provided with your admissions application. Use the table below to view our current scholarships and their eligibility guidelines. Online students are not eligible for institutional scholarships and tuition discounts. For 2021-2022 prospective students, please be advised we…
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Scholarship Frequently Asked Questions

Got questions about scholarships? Well, we have answers! Please review these scholarship frequently asked questions to get the answers you need to succeed.  

FA Grading Options

To accommodate the extraordinary academic, social, and economic conditions created by COVID-19 in Spring 2020, the NMSU System will extend the deadline for opting into Satisfactory/ Unsatisfactory grading for most undergraduate and graduate courses (Thesis and Dissertation sections have their own pass/fail grading mechanisms). Students may now opt-in to S/U grading as late as May…
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Net Price Calculator

Welcome to the Net Price Calculator! This calculator can help estimate your financial awards as well as provide some information on costs for attending NMSU. Just keep in mind, these are estimations, and you will need to take the next steps of completing the NMSU application process, in order to receive an official award package….
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Study Abroad

Terms and Conditions Due to your participation in a study abroad program, you must certify that you have read and understand the following terms and conditions prior to accepting your awards. The University Financial Aid and Scholarship Services office will communicate with you regarding your aid, including terms and conditions, through your NMSU email account…
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Terms and Conditions

Your federal, state or institutional aid has been awarded or adjusted as indicated on your award summary. You must agree to the following terms and conditions, including any program-specific conditions linked to your awards. Messages associated with certain programs will be listed on the Terms and Conditions tab under the Financial Aid menu in your…
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Code of Conduct

Purpose The purpose of this policy is to prohibit conflicts of interest in situations involving student financial aid and to establish standards of conduct for employees with responsibility for student financial aid. This Policy applies to all employees who work in the Office of Financial Aid and Scholarship Services and all other University employees who…
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A TEACH Grant can help you pay for college if you plan to become a teacher in a high-need field in a low-income area. You’ll be required to teach for a certain length of time, so make sure you understand your obligation.  The TEACH Grant is different from other federal student grants because it requires you to take certain…
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Scholarship Coordinators

If you have questions about scholarships awarded through Scholar Dollar$, contact the Scholarship Coordinator in your college. NMSU Colleges Scholarship Coordinator College of Agricultural, Consumer & Environmental Sciences Ashley Lama-Mendoza College of Arts & Sciences Jessica Savage College of Business Yolanda Sanchez College of Education Samantha Padron College of Engineering Chelsea…
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Continuing Students Scholarship Renewal

Many of NMSU’s Institutional Scholarships are renewable for up to 8 semesters (Fall and Spring semesters, unless otherwise stated. See below to find the renewal requirements for each scholarship for continuing students (those who started at NMSU Fall 2018 or before). For students incoming Fall 2019 and after, take a look at our current Scholarships. Starting Fall…
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