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Notes for Prospective Students
- NMMI is a demanding, challenging nationally accredited college
- NMMI has a superior faculty and small class size that enables
- NMMI is a "Leadership lab" for character and ethical
- NMMI is the largest, most successful US Service Academy
Preparatory Program in the nation service all 5 US Service
- NMMI is the largest, most successful US Army 2-Year Army ROTC
Early commissioning Program in the nation.
- NMMI has the nation's only "Fitness Factory" for comprehensive
- NMMI's Mission is to produce leaders capable of critical
thinking and sound analysis, to produce leaders who possess
uncompromising character, and to produce leaders able to meet
challenging physical demands.
- NMMI is a safe campus.
In AY 2006-2007, our latest Federal
Crime Reporting reporting period, we had only 10 minor
NMMI graduating seniors composite ACT scores are always higher
than New Mexico and National scores, and this is true for AY
NMMI Junior College Assessment of Academic Proficiency (CAAP)
scores consistently exceed national scores in Reading and
The Corps of Cadets is the heart of NMMI, a "Leadership Lab"
where cadets hone leadership skills and build uncompromising
character through training, experience, and education.
administers a strict Honor Code, is the center of life skills
acquisition, and performs community service -- over 8000 hours in
The Cadet Honor Code is the foundation of the NMMI Experience.
"A cadet will not lie, cheat, or steal, nor tolerate those who do."
Since its unanimous adoption in 1921, the Code and Cadet Honor
System have been maintained and administered by the Corps of
The Corps of Cadets Physical Development Program has
demonstrated and documented results in improving cadet physical
Faculty and staff, infrastructure, and 21st Century
Programs are integral to the continued success of the effort,
required of all cadets.
NMMI fields interscholastic and intercollegiate teams for men
and women throughout the school year.
At the collegiate level,
Athletic Grants in Aid are available for qualified applicants.
Diversity: NMMI is a culturally diverse campus with cadets from
14 foreign countries, 42 states and the District of Columbia, and
22 New Mexico counties.
53% of the 2007 Corps of Cadets are from
culturally diverse populations.
Service Academy Preparatory Program: NMMI is the ONLY
accredited post-secondary institution in the nation to provide a US
Service Academy Preparatory Program for sponsored cadets of the 5
In AY 2006-2007, 64 sponsored cadets were
appointed to the academies; one high school cadet and 7 self-preps
were also appointed.
Reserve Officers Training Corps: NMMI's Senior ROTC Program has
been consistently recognized for excellence.
In AY 2005-2006, the
Us Army Cadet Command recognized the program as one of the top 15%
in the nation, of 272 such programs.
NMMI commissioned 43 2nd LTs
in AYs 2005-2006 and 2006-2007, the largest production of officers
of the 5 military junior colleges in the US that conduct the US
Army Early Commissioning Progra.
Finalcial Aid and Scholarships: Financial Aid and Scholarships
are available to cadets in need.
In AY 2006-2007 approximately 75%
of the Corps of Cadets at the high school and college level
received aid of some type.
Information Services: NMMI is a 21st Century Campus where
cadets, faculty and staff use information services daily.
State-of-the-art hardware and software, Internet, Cable TV,
cellular and other telephone systems are integral components of a
safe and secure networked campus.