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Financial Aid

NMMI offers a variety of merit-based and need-based scholarships. In our junior college program, approximately 95% of NMMI cadets receive either federal or scholarship assistance ranging from $300 to $16,000 and totalling nearly $3.4 million. In the high school program, 71% of cadets receive scholarship assistance ranging from $150 to $7,000 and totalling nearly $1.2 million.

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TUITION & COSTS

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SCHOLARSHIPS

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THE NMMI EXPERIENCE IS VALUED AT $42,858 PER YEAR.

High School Aid

NMMI offers a variety of merit-based and need-based scholarships, however no Federal aid programs are available for high school students.When a student applies for admission to NMMI, the Formal Application includes an area for scholarship information. This information will be the basis for scholarship evaluation. Cadets will be given the opportunity to update this information annually. Scholarships are renewable based on the continued eligibility of the recipient.

Junior College Aid

The FAFSA form asks for income and taxes paid according to lines on the IRS tax forms. Data from the completed tax year is used as a predictor of the family’s financial situation for the current year. The FAFSA requests family income information from two years prior. This lets families easily use the IRS Data Retrieval Tool on the FAFSA to quickly pull in required tax information. Access the free Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) application.

Financial Aid Staff

Monica Garcia

Monica Garcia

Director of Financial Aid
Cynthia Gomez

Cynthia Gomez

Asst. Director of Financial Aid