New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology

The New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology is established in and located at Socorro, New Mexico 87801. Being part of public higher education institution that offers 50 degrees of study overall and has a common calendar system as Semester . The New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology provides Public‚ 4-year or above and has Town: Remote setting for the students.

The programs that are offered in New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology consists of Graduate degree or certificate offering, Undergraduate degree or certificate offering, Doctor’s degree, Doctor’s degree - research/scholarship in more than 12 Subject areas as well as 27 specializations.

Contact Details

801 Leroy Place
Socorro, NM 87801
Ph: 2147483647
Fax: 2147483647
Official Website

New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology
Type
: Public‚ 4-year or above
Awards offered
Graduate degree or certificate offering
Undergraduate degree or certificate offering
Doctor’s degree
Doctor’s degree - research/scholarship
Academic
: Yes
Calendar system
: Semester
Undergraduate application fee
: $ 15
Graduate application fee
: $ 16

Admissions & Requirements

New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology Undergraduate application fees is $15 and Graduate application fees $16. Below table’s shows New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology admission requirements, Act and SAT test scores percentile.

Admissions : www.nmt.edu/office-of-admission

Applications: www.nmt.edu/prospective-students

Requirements

  Required Recommended Neither Required nor Recommended
Secondary school GPA    
Secondary school rank    
Secondary school record    
Completion of college-preparatory program    
Recommendations    
Formal demonstration of competencies    
Admission test scores    
TOEFL    
Other Test (Wonderlic, WISC-III, etc.)    

SAT & ACT Tests Statistics

Test Scores 25th Percentile 75th Percentile
SAT Critical Reading 550 670
SAT Math 570 680
ACT Composite 23 29
ACT English 22 30
ACT Math 24 29

Tuition & Financial Aid

Financial Aid:

www.nmt.edu/financial-aid-financial-aid

Tuition

Tuition In-District In-State Out-Of-State
Average Tuition for Full-Time Undergraduates $5,046 $668 $210
Required Fees for Full-Time Undergraduates $5,046 $668 $210
Per Credit Hour Charge for Part-Time Undergraduates $16,405 $668 $684
Average Tuition Full-Time Graduates $5,270 $649 $293
Required Fees for Full-Time Graduates $5,270 $649 $293
Per Credit Hour Charge Part-Time Graduates $16,833 $649 $969

Historical Expenses Data

campus 2013-14 2012-13 2011-12 2010-11
On campus, room and board $7,178 $6,304 $6,108 $5,874
On campus, other expenses $4,816 $4,792 $4,670 $4,000
Off campus (not with family), room and board $7,178 $6,714 $6,896 $5,874
Off campus (not with family), other expenses $4,816 $4,792 $4,670 $4,000
Off campus (with family), other expenses $3,102 $4,792 $4,670 $4,000

Athletics

Sports NCAA/NAIA member NCAA/NAIA conference number
Football Not applicable
Basketball Not applicable
Baseball Not applicable
Cross Country/Track Not applicable

New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology Majors with degree levels

The New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology is up with semester based academics that offer 27 majors.

  • Bachelor Degree : 21 Majors
  • Master Degree : 17 Majors
  • Doctrate Degree : 10 Majors
  • Associate Degree : 2 Majors

Natural Resources and Conservation

Computer and Information Sciences and Support Services

Education

Engineering

Engineering Technologies and Engineering-related Fields

English Language and Literature/Letters

Liberal Arts and Sciences‚ General Studies and Humanities

Biological and Biomedical Sciences

Mathematics and Statistics

Physical Sciences

Psychology

Business‚ Management‚ Marketing‚ and Related Support Services

Note: Information stated about New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology College are been referred from IPDES. For the updated information like Application Cost, Admission requirements, Tuition fee, Majors and for more, please visit the official website of New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology College.