The Valencia campus of the University of New Mexico has an expansive view of the natural wonders of the state – it sits on 150 acres of rural land with the Rio Grande Valley to the West, Manzano Mountains to the East, and historic Tomé
University of New Mexico, Taos is primed to a college of technology and innovation in New Mexico. The campus is fully solar-powered and fast growing to become one of the top community colleges in the state. University of New Mexico, Taos is a designated Hispanic
University of New Mexico, Los Alamos was established in 1980 as a graduate school, and soon began offering classes at all levels. Students have the added benefit of a private university setting, with small classroom sizes at a community college tuition. They are also a
New Mexico State University sits on a 900-acre campus with more than 15,000 students. It is home to the state’s first honors college. It formally became the New Mexico State University in 1960, and is a designated Hispanic Serving Institution.
New Mexico State University Carlsbad has over 13,00 students in attendance and is a Hispanic Serving Institution. Vocational training programs are their most popular degrees; students that graduate from this state university strive to not only contribute to their local economy, but experts in their
Little Big Horn College sits on the banks of the Little Big Horn River, and is a tribal college established in 1980. Today, the college has around 300 students in attendance, with a focus on easy access to vocational and technical training.
Scripps College is part of the network of Claremont Colleges, five independent colleges each with a distinct set of values. Scripps College his ranked #44 among the “Top 100 Best Values in Liberal Arts Colleges in the U.S. for 2018,” and #82 among all colleges