All scholarship applications have deadlines that must be met. It’s advisable to begin researching scholarship opportunities early in your senior year, or even in your junior year, of high school.
Find scholarships that are open to any and all students pursuing CS and other STEM disciplines or find others that are more targeted.
Check out these Albuquerque Community Foundation (ACF) scholarship links for New Mexico students (not restricted to STEM).
The Generation Google Scholarship was established to help aspiring computer scientists excel in technology and become leaders in the field.
Share your independent senior high school research project and get funds for college.
Poster (letter-size) that describes requirements for earning the Loyalty Award.
High school scholarships are offered in the spring and are designated for graduating high school seniors at New Mexico high schools who plan to pursue undergraduate degrees in engineering, math, or science.
“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
NMOST is committed to advancing and diversifying the STEM field. Women continue to be underrepresented in STEM and tend to face more obstacles in their education and career. This scholarship is designed to assist and encourage young women pursuing a STEM career.
NMSU 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. Please spread the word – this is a great opportunity for seniors receiving a loyalty award!
All incoming freshman are strongly encouraged to submit a scholarship application along with the UNM Admission application. By submitting a single application, students will be considered for a number of scholarships.
Established to support students in the fields of science and math in the Albuquerque metro area (includes Bernalillo, Sandoval, Valencia and Torrance Counties).