A degree from ENMU is a great investment – one that continues to gain value over time. Your costs to attend ENMU include tuition and fees, room and board (housing and a meal plan), books and miscellaneous fees or expenses.

Looking for Graduate Tuition and Fees?

Graduate tuition and fees are located in the Graduate School section of our site.

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Communicative Disorders Out-of-State Students

Our Communicative Disorders Program has a tuition rate available for communicative disorders students who are taking leveling courses for a CDIS master's degree, or who are working on a second bachelor's CDIS degree. If you are an out-of-state CDIS leveling student or a CDIS student seeking a second bachelor's degree, you will be billed at $275 per credit hour (this price includes tuition, fees and any online course fees).

Find out more about communicative disorders program >

2020–21 Cost Overview

The following information will give you an overview for how much you might spend attending Eastern New Mexico University, including:

Please note: all costs are subject to change without notice.

General One-Time Fees for New Students

Fee DescriptionCost
ID Card Fee $25.00
Registration Fee for Freshmen (First-Year) $95.00
Registration Fee for Transfers $35.00
Registration Fee for Transfers Enrolled Over 6 Credit Hours $60.00

New Mexico Resident Tuition and Fees (12-18 hours) 

DescriptionCost Per Semester
Undergraduate Tuition $2,037.00
Student Fees $1,227.00
Total Per Semester $3,264.00

Non-Resident and Western Undergraduate Exchange (WUE) Tuition and Fees (12-18 hours)

DescriptionCost Per Semester
Undergraduate Tuition $3,057.00
Student Fees $1,227.00
Total Per Semester $4,284.00

2020-21 Estimated Cost to Attend when Living on Campus

New Mexico Resident

DescriptionCost for DoubleCost for Suite
Tuition and Fees (12-18 credit hours)
(add $17 per credit hour for online classes)
$3,264.00 $3,264.00
Residence Hall $1,836.00 $2,388.00
Meals (carte blanche meal plan) $1,927.00 $1,927.00
Books and Supplies (estimated) $450.00 $450.00
Total Estimated Per Semester $7,477.00 $8,029.00

Non Resident and Western Undergraduate Exchange (WUE)

DescriptionCost for DoubleCost for Suite
Tuition and Fees (12-18 credit hours)
(add $17 per credit hour for online classes)
$4,284.00 $4,284.00
Residence Hall $1,836.00 $2,388.00
Meals (carte blanche meal plan) $1,927.00 $1,927.00
Books and Supplies (estimated) $450.00 $450.00
Total Estimated Per Semester $8,497.00 $9,049.00

2020-21 Tuition and Fees by Credit Hour

Tuition and fees are charged according to the number of credit hours you take. If you are interested in attending part time, following costs are for anyone taking 11 or fewer hours during any given semester.

New Mexico Resident

DescriptionCost
Tuition $169.75 per credit hour
Fees $102.25 per credit hour
Total
(add $17 per credit hour for online classes)
$272.00 per credit hour

Non-Resident

DescriptionCost
Tuition $254.75 per credit hour
Fees $102.25 per credit hour
Total
(add $17 per credit hour for online classes)
$357.00 per credit hour

Non-Resident CDIS Leveling

DescriptionCost
Tuition and Fees Total (all-inclusive rate) $275.00 per credit hour

2020-21 Housing and Meal Plan Rates

Costs listed are for one semester; Curry, Eddy and Guadalupe halls require an additional $150 damage deposit. Most new students who are enrolled in 12 or more semester hours and are under 21 years old on the first day of the fall semester are required to live on campus and purchase the meal plan. There are exceptions to this situation though, see our Residency Policy.

On-Campus Room and Board Costs

Room TypeCost
Double occupancy (Curry or Eddy) $1,836.00
Suite (Eddy) $2,306.00
Suite (Guadalupe) $2,388.00

Resident Meal Plans

PlansMealsFlex DollarsPrice
Carte Blanche Unlimited $150 $1,927
Option 19 19/Week $250 $1,922
Option 14 14/Week $450 $1,910
Option 10 10/Week $650 $1,899

View more information on resident meal plan options >

Additional Resources

Payment Options

Most of ENMU's students combine a variety of financing and payment options in order to manage their expenses.

Learn more about your payment options >

Financial Aid

We want to help you achieve your educational goals and are committed to keeping the door of opportunity open for all qualified students.

Learn more about financial aid >

Admissions Scholarships

You can be awarded up to $30,000 over four years, based on your ACT/SAT scores.

Learn more about Admissions Scholarships >

Western Undergraduate Exchange (WUE)

Be a resident of one of the following states: AK, AZ, CA, CO, HI, ID, MT, NV, ND, OR, SD, UT, WA or WY.

Learn more about the WUE Out-of-State Waiver >