Cost should not be a barrier to high-quality education. We encourage all qualified students to apply to ENMU, regardless of their financial means. ENMU is committed to working with you to support your student's educational goals.
Tuition and Fees
Tuition is a charge that helps defray the costs of the education offered at ENMU. Student fees are added to the basic tuition rate to enable ENMU to offer student-related services such as Student Health Services, Student Government, Associated Student Activities Board and other student activities. These fees are mandatory.Tuition and fees are charged according to the number of credit hours your Greyhound is taking; auditors (those enrolled in a course for no credit) pay the same tuition and fees as students enrolled for credit.
You might be surprised to find out how much financial aid you can receive, regardless of your family's income level. You won't know what you're eligible for unless you apply! The best time to apply for financial aid is in January of the year your student plans to enroll. You must apply early to receive first consideration for awards. The first step is completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).
Most of ENMU's students combine a variety of financing and payment options in order to manage their expenses. A variety of payment plans are available.
- Learn about your payment options
- Use our payment plan calculator
- Pay your bill online
- Contact Student Accounts, 575.562.2615
Scholarships are a type of financial aid, in the form of a grant (a sum of money or other aid) that does not have to be repaid, available to assist your Greyhound as they pursue their studies. ENMU offers a variety of scholarships to students.
- Apply online
- In-State Freshmen Scholarships
- Out-of-State Freshmen Scholarships
- Transfer Student Scholarships
- Current Student Scholarships
- Other scholarships
A wide range of campus employment opportunities is available for students who attend ENMU. Positions range from those subsidized through work-study to those open to all students, regardless of work-study eligibility.