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Aggie Jump Start

A pre-college (prep) program. 80 students come to campus. They target at-risk students and invite them to participate in a 3-week program in June. Students prepare for academic success by transition from high school to college-level English and Mathematics. $40,000 per summer

Discovery Scholars Program

Undergraduate students work with faculty/staff mentors on research/scholarship projects that better prepare students for graduate or professional school. $55,000 per academic year. Undergraduate research program.

Future Leaders Endowed Scholarship - $2,500

Supports students interested in proceeding directly into doctoral studies at NMSU with senior year tuition and graduate Assistantships for the first-year doctoral program. $375,000+

Returning Scholars Fund - $2,500

Helps students who have earned associate degrees continue working toward a four-year degree at NMSU. $70,000 per students for two academic years

Sustaining Academic Progress Fund (Elizabeth Ayres Pollard)

Assists NMSU students whose educational debt prevents their continued enrollment. $40,000 per academic year.

Sustaining Academic Progress Honoring Elizabeth Ayres Pollard Current Use Fund
Elizabeth Ayres Pollard Endowed Scholarship

College Assistance Migrant Program – CAMP

Helps migrant or seasonal farm worker students attend college.

Young Women in Computing – YWiC

Assists women in building community through computing, gaining knowledge about programming languages, and increasing women’s confidence in Computer Science.