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Cost of Attendance

Estimated expenses for 2017-2018

Tuition for International Students

Most non-US citizens are non-residents for tuition purposes. Non-US citizens who submit proof of having applied for or obtained Permanent Resident status, are on active duty in the Armed Forces of the United States, or who qualify for an SB582 waiver, may be eligible for resident tuition rates.

Educational Expenses

Educational Expenses

1 Term
(Fall 2017)

Tuition and fees

$3,885

Books

$696

Health insurance

$540

 

Housing Expenses

Estimated Living Expenses

1 Term
(Fall or Spring)

2 Terms
(Fall and Spring)

3 Terms
(Fall, Spring and Summer)

Living with relative in Albuquerque

$2,447

$4,894

$7,341

Renting an off-campus apartment

$4,744

$9,488

$14,232

 

Scholarships for International Students

At this time, CNM does not currently offer financial aid for international students, but there are lots of organizations that offer scholarships, fellowships, and grants for students who want to study in the United States. We encourage you to search for private and government sponsors for educational expenses. 

International Student Scholarship

$5,000 Scholarship for F1 and M1 Students 

Applications for the 2017 scholarship are now open.

Deadline: September 28, 2017

Global Student Scholarship 

This $1,000 scholarship will assist one international student looking to study at an American university for a least 10 months. For full information on the scholarship, including application information, visit https://studysoup.com/scholarships/global-student