UNM-Valencia Campus offers several need based and merit based scholarships for students enrolled full time, three quarter time or half time enrollment.
Awards are made for an entire academic year or on a semester basis.
To be eligible, a student must be a degree seeking, classified student.
UNM-Valencia Campus also honors the New Mexico Scholars scholarship through the Commission on Higher Education.
Spring/Summer 2015 Scholarship Now Available
Deadline April 3, 2015
Download the application here
You may qualify for a spring and/or summer scholarship
· Compose a 500 word essay using the topic provided
· Double spaced
· Times New Roman 12 pt.
· Should not be more than 2 pages
· DO NOT put your name or ID on your Essay
What was your biggest motivation to attend college, how will it help you be successful and how does UNM-Valencia fit into your ultimate goal?
Bridge to Success Scholarship
- Complete a FAFSA-Must be Non Pell Grant eligible
- Be a New Mexico resident
- Graduated from a NM public (or accredited private) high school or a NM GED recipient-official transcript must be on file with UNM
- Enroll full time at UNM Valencia Campus
- High School 2.5 GPA or 166 on GED (Student not eligible by GPA or GED score may still be eligible for the Lottery scholarship if they meet the requirements listed below. All student are encouraged to apply.)
NM Legislative Lottery Scholarship (awarded the second semester of attendance)
- Be a New Mexico resident
- Graduate from a NM public (or accredited private) high school or a NM GED recipient
- Enroll full-time in a degree seeking program at a public NM college or the first regular semester after high school graduation or receipt of GED
- Earn at least 12 credit hours with a minimum 2.5 grade point average at a two year institution and 15 credit hours with a minimum 2.5 at a four year institution during the first semester in college.
NOTE: Available for 3 semesters at a 2 year institution additional 4 semesters at a 4 year institution
Legislative Endowment Scholarship
Applicants must have substantial financial need. At two-year public institutions, students may receive up to $1,000 per award year. Enrollment of at least half time is required.
The FAFSA is required to determine eligibility.
Applicants must be a resident of New Mexico. Each institution established its own eligibility requirements. Contact the UNM-Valencia Campus Financial Aid Office regarding this scholarship.
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New Mexico Scholars
New Mexico residents who graduated in the top 5% of their high school class or have a composite score of 25 on the ACT are eligible to apply. Applicants must have a combined family income of less than $30,000 per year.
The award is a scholarship for tuition, books, and fees and is based on availability of funds. Student must complete the FAFSA
The University of New Mexico
HACU Scholarship Program
HACU National Internship Program (HNIP)
HENAAC Scholarship (New!)
In 2014, GMIS awarded over $300,000 in financial support to qualified STEM students. Since 2001, over 930 students have received more than $2.3M in scholarships.
PHI THETA KAPPA
Jack Kent Cooke Foundation Undergraduate Scholarship
Coca-Cola Scholars Foundation
Coca-Cola All State Academic Team
Scholarship for Community Colleges
Tutor the People Essay Scholarship
Tutor the People, a lower Manhattan-based tutoring service specializing in graduate admissions test prep (GMAT, MCAT, LSAT, GRE) and undergraduate course help announces an essay contest awarding $500 to one student who best exemplifies the spirit of helping others achieve success.
Tutor the People is committed to its mission of helping unprivileged students gain access to higher education, particularly for those who live in low socioeconomic areas. We believe that in order to create opportunities for entire communities, we must first devote attention to individuals and lead others by example.
Our first scholarship contest challenges entrants to write a (typed) one-page personal story in which you explain how you have helped a member of your community achieve a personal or academic goal. Show us how you have helped someone, either in school, at work, in a sports league, volunteer organization, or other realm of life by being a leader, a teacher, or simply a good friend. Your essay should describe in detail the person you have helped, the challenge or struggle you helped them overcome, and what insights you gained in the process.
For applications and/or information call Student Services at 925-8590.