NMMI's desired academic outcomes result from a rigorous high school college preparatory and university parallel junior college curriculum that produce well-educated, capable young men and women. Our curriculum offers exceptional opportunities and presents special challenges and rewards for NMMI's cadets.
The average ACT score for graduating Seniors is above both the national and state averages.
NMMI's small class sizes, low student to teacher ratio, enable our faculty to interact closely with cadets, both inside and outside of the classroom.
Approximately 60 percent of the Corps of Cadets receive scholarship or financial aid annually.
Each cadet is assigned an academic advisor who monitors their progress, assists them in getting the most out of the educational experience, and helps them identify and gain acceptance to a college or university of their choice.
The tenured members of NMMI's faculty, all of whom hold Ph.D.s and Master's degrees, are renowned for teaching excellence, mentorship of students, scholarly engagement, and commitment to each cadet's success.