1. Submit a free online admission application.
Deadline for Spring (January) is December 10.
Deadline for Fall (August) is July 10.
For consideration after posted deadlines e-mail the Director of Admission.
Steps 1-7 on this page must be completed for your application to be considered.
2. Submit your official transcripts
All applicants may send partial/unofficial transcripts or report cards to expedite the admissions process and then have official transcripts sent at the completion of the current semester. Prior to enrollment, junior college applicants must have a final high school transcript showing graduation date and GPA or an acceptable high school equivalency exam and transcripts for any college work. Please have transcripts sent directly to our office by the school:
New Mexico Military Institute-Admissions
101 W. College Blvd.
Roswell, NM 88201
3. Submit Standardized Test Results
Domestic High School applicants will complete our admission examination during their campus visit. Domestic applicants must also submit an English test (this can be any standardized English test taken in school). Students who took the SSAT or other standardized tests should submit those scores to NMMI.
NMMI SSAT School Code: 5309
Junior College applicants please send Official SAT or ACT scores. Scores may be sent directly to our office by the testing service or are accepted scores if reported on official school transcripts.
NMMI ACT School Code: 002644
NMMI SAT School Code: 4534.
International High School applicants should submit SSAT scores to NMMI. While we prefer SSAT, other scores may be considered and should be submitted.
NMMI SSAT School Code: 5309
International Junior College students must submit ACT, SAT, iBT TOEFL, Cambridge First or IELTS tests. Students from Mexico should contact COL Nancy Burrola for information on events, testing and interviews in Mexico.
4. Submit the Prospective Cadet Questionnaire
Please fill out the Prospective Cadet Questionnaire and submit the form to the Office of Admissions.
5. Visit the Post (Required for Domestic High School Applicants)
You can schedule your visit to campus online or you can call us at 1-800-421-5376 to schedule or get more
information. High school applicants will also take the Math Placement Examination and complete their interview
during the campus visit.
6. Submit All Required Documentation
Physical Examination – You may download our Physical Examination form and have you physician complete it. All cadets are required to participate in certain physical activities (e.g. marching in parade formation with a rifle, running the obstacle course, close order drill and intramural athletics), all considered essential to the traditions of a military school. US military personnel may submit MEPS or DoDMERB in lieu of the NMMI Physical.
Health and Consent Form – Download the Health and Consent form and make sure you to sign the form. If the applicant is under 18 years of age a parent or guardian must sign.
Immunization Records – New Mexico state law requires that all immunizations are up-to-date and on file prior to enrollment. We also accept immunization records which are printed on your official transcript.
Birth Certificate – Please provide a copy of the applicant’s official birth certificate. International applicants must also submit a scan or color copy of their current Passport.
Proof of Medical Insurance Coverage – Proof of Medical Insurance is required before or on matriculation day.
Once we receive your application and the paperwork noted above we will review your file, make our admission
decision and notify you of the outcome.
Deposit to hold your place in the fall class!
A non-refundable tuition deposit is $350.00 and is due by May 1st (If you are offered a position in the class after May 1, submit the deposit within 7 business days of admission). This amount will be applied to your fall charges. If you have questions about the deposit please contact us at email@example.com.
Our costs are available here. Please review the cost sheet and click here to set up a payment plan prior to matriculation.
Additional questions? Visit: Frequently Asked Questions for Prospective Parents.