NEW MEXICO STATE, College of Engineering Matching Scholarship
In Spring of 2016, NMSU College of Engineering announced their commitment to match our MESA loyalty award for any student attending NMSU. More details will follow on our NM MESA website, but please spread the word. This is a great opportunity for your seniors receiving a loyalty award!
UNIVERSITY OF NEW MEXICO, School of Engineering Scholarship for MESA Students
MESA students attending UNM’s School of Engineering should apply for the Incoming Freshman scholarship application. This endowment funding from the Bank of America works to support New Mexico seniors with interests in Engineering to help bridge the gap to higher education after High School. This scholarship has an annual deadlines in February and June.
CS students can find scholarships, grants, information and resources specifically for minority students, including women, African-American, Hispanic, Asian, and LGBTQ students.
Established to support students in the fields of science and math in the Albuquerque metro area (includes Bernalillo, Sandoval, Valencia and Torrance Counties). Deadline: check back
“Your Turn Behind the Wheel” Scholarship: for New Mexico students 15-17 years old. Deadline: April “Teen Driver” Scholarship: for New Mexico students 16-18 years old. Deadline: March
To benefit New Mexico public high school students for use at their college of choice. Deadline: March
For current high school seniors to help aspiring computer scientists excel in technology and become leaders in the field. Deadline: available January
Share your independent senior high school research project and get funds for college. Multiple deadlines: starting in November
Check out these Albuquerque Community Foundation (ACF) scholarship links for New Mexico students! Deadlines: vary
Mathematics & Science for Minority Students (Summer Program)
This summer program runs for 9th grade students. Native American students from New Mexico are encouraged to apply. This competitive and rigorous program is free of charge for all students selected. Click here for Admission Eligibility and Application Deadlines.
The Community contribution scholarship is open to all High School students who have recognized a need or problem in their community and have determined a way to address the issue. $25,000 will be awarded to 18 different students in values of $5,000, $2,500 and $1,000.