QUICK FACTS ABOUT NEW MEXICO INSTITUTE OF MINING AND TECHNOLOGY

New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology Address:


801 Leroy Place
Socorro, New Mexico 87801
Phone: 800-428-8324
Fax: 505-835-5825
Web Site: http://www.nmt.edu

New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology admission closing date:

August 1

Does New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology offer Associate's degrees?

Yes

Does New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology offer Bachelor's degrees?

Yes

Does New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology offer Master's degrees?

Yes

Does New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology offer Doctoral degrees?

Yes

New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology graduation rate:

42.2%

New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology retention rate:

97%

New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology average high school GPA:

3.6

New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology average ACT score:

26

New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology average SAT score:

1250

New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology tuition cost (estimate):

1,986

New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology room & board cost (estimate):

4,836

Is New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology a private college?

No

Is New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology a coed college?

Yes

New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology school calendar:

Semester

Is New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology a 2 year or 4 year college?

4 Years
Please Note: Length of programs pertain to finishing programs in normal time.

New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology enrollment:

1,917 Students

Percentage of applicants accepted to New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology

64%

Percentage of students at New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology receiving financial aid:

90%

Percentage of African American students:

.9%

Percentage of Native American students:

3.8%

Percentage of Asian students:

3.2%

Percentage of Hispanic students:

21.2%

Percentage of Caucasian students:

67.9%

Percentage of students living on campus:

41%

Percentage of students living off campus:

59%