New Mexico Best Colleges

Check out the best colleges in New Mexico and estimate chance to get it.

New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology is ranked top in the New Mexico Best Colleges ranking for academic year 2019-2020. St. John's College and University of New Mexico-Main Campus are ranked second and third places.
The average SAT average score of the 8 New Mexico Best Colleges is 1,165 and ACT average scores is 68. The average acceptance rate of the schools is 66% and the average graduation rate is 40%. The average tuition & fees are $7,032 for in-state students and $19,303 for out-of-state students at the 8 New Mexico Best Colleges.
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RankNameTest ScoresAcceptance RateTuitionStudent PopulationGraduation Rate
1New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology (88.3)Public,4 yearsSocorro, New Mexico 1,275 (SAT)
77 (ACT)
80% $8,156 (in-state)
$23,524(out-of-state)
1,895 56%
2St. John's College (86.4)Private,4 yearsSanta Fe, New Mexico 1,365 (SAT)
83 (ACT)
66% $35,755 371 64%
3University of New Mexico-Main Campus (85.6)Public,4 yearsAlbuquerque, New Mexico 1,130 (SAT)
63 (ACT)
94% $7,875 (in-state)
$23,292(out-of-state)
24,319 50%
4New Mexico State University-Main Campus (85.5)Public,4 yearsLas Cruces, New Mexico 1,050 (SAT)
60 (ACT)
55% $7,087 (in-state)
$23,076(out-of-state)
14,289 47%
5Eastern New Mexico University-Main Campus (84.7)Public,4 yearsPortales, New Mexico 1,005 (SAT)
57 (ACT)
58% $6,450 (in-state)
$8,448(out-of-state)
6,005 35%
6University of the Southwest (82.9)Private,4 yearsHobbs, New Mexico - 45% $16,200 951 18%
7New Mexico Highlands University (81.8)Public,4 yearsLas Vegas, New Mexico - $6,318 (in-state)
$10,590(out-of-state)
3,037 21%
8Western New Mexico University (81.7)Public,4 yearsSilver City, New Mexico - $6,306 (in-state)
$13,539(out-of-state)
3,248 26%
Average1,165 (SAT)
68 (ACT)
66% $7,032 (in-state)
$19,303(out-of-state)
6,76439.63%