It may not be Disney World, but it is self-described as the "Land of Enchantment." New Mexico has a strong Native American population and offers one of the few tribal colleges in existence, along with 28 other post-secondary institutions. The most popular majors in New Mexico are business management, education, psychology, biology, and social sciences, making for a diverse student population of many ages, ethnicities, and backgrounds. New Mexico is known for its "effective practices for increasing the number of Latino diploma recipients," especially in the STEM fields. Its schools have also ranked tier one nationally for many years by US News. New Mexico graduates go on to work at great companies based in New Mexico like Gigablast, Info Mesa, and Flow Science, Inc.
New Mexico is a beautiful melting pot of culture with Native American, Mexican and other nationalities intermingled to produce a wide variety of cultural sites and art galleries. It's also a great place to unwind. Notorious for its amazing dive bars, you can quench your thirst in a few different hot spots. Check out the Albuquerque Press Club or the Alley Cantina in Taos for starters. The Mine Shaft Tavern in Madrid is also quite a find, having opened in 1895 and now hosting not only a full bar but also carrying a history of film and music festivals they hope to restart in the near future. Whatever you do to relax, New Mexico offers up the perfect combination of down time mixed with fantastic educational opportunities.Click Here to See the Best Colleges in the US*Wikipeda, "Companies based in New Mexico", "Colleges and Universities in New Mexico", "New Mexico State University" *www.newmexico.gov/visitor
New Mexico State University-Main Campus offers 242 degree programs. It's a large, public, four-year university in a midsize suburb. In 2020, 3,097 students graduated with students earning 2,248 Bachelor's degrees, 655 Master's degrees, 126 Doctoral degrees, 63 Certificates, and 5 Associate's degrees.
New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology offers 62 degree programs. It's a small, public, four-year university in a remote town. In 2020, 379 students graduated with students earning 285 Bachelor's degrees, 73 Master's degrees, 18 Doctoral degrees, 2 Associate's degrees, and 1 Certificate.
University of New Mexico-Main Campus offers 245 degree programs. It's a very large, public, four-year university in a large city. In 2020, 5,369 students graduated with students earning 3,654 Bachelor's degrees, 1,110 Master's degrees, 522 Doctoral degrees, and 83 Certificates.
Eastern New Mexico University-Main Campus offers 109 degree programs. It's a medium sized, public, four-year university in a remote town. In 2020, 1,263 students graduated with students earning 700 Bachelor's degrees, 312 Master's degrees, 250 Associate's degrees, and 1 Certificate.
|School||Average Tuition||Student Teacher Ratio||Enrolled Students|
|St. John's College Santa Fe, NM||10 : 1||355|
|New Mexico State University-Main Campus Las Cruces, NM||22 : 1||14,227|
|New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology Socorro, NM||12 : 1||1,686|
|Pima Medical Institute-Albuquerque West Albuquerque, NM||25 : 1||75|
|New Mexico Military Institute Roswell, NM||6 : 1||493|