Freshman Quick Apply Application

Application for Freshman Undergraduate Admissions

Do not use this application. Click on International Admissions. For returning students, contact the Office of Admissions or Registrar’s Office.

Please have official transcripts and ACT/SAT scores sent to the NMHU Admissions Office.

  • Ethnicity

    Please indicate your ethnic origin. Information you provide will not be used in a discriminatory manner.
  • Race

  • Citizenship-Must be indicated (choose only one)

  • Residency-must be indicated

    If you are claiming New Mexico residency for in-state tuition classification, you must complete the following section. Failure to provide complete information will result in automatic non-resident status.
  • How long have you lived continuously in the state of New Mexico?
  • Educational History and records

  • Previous colleges or universities attended:

    List all colleges/universities attended, if any. Please begin with the most recent and have official transcripts sent from each.
  • Self-Disclosure:

  • If yes, please supply a complete letter of explanation specifying the crime, docket or case number, courts of jurisdiction and sentence or other remedy imposed below. Your application will be considered by an admissions committee when all documents are received.
    By checking, I certify the information I have provided on this application is true and complete to the best of my knowledge. I understand that misrepresentation on this application may be considered grounds for denial of admission, cancellation of registration or suspension from New Mexico Highlands University.
  • In accordance with the Student Right-to-Know and Campus Security Act, Public Law 101-542, New Mexico Highlands University publishes the graduation/persistence rates of its student body. For specific information on persistence and graduation rates, please contact the Registrar’s Office(505.454.3233). Information concerning athletes’ graduation rates is available from the Athletic Director’s Office(505.454.3351). Information on campus security programs and statistics is available from the Campus Security Office(505.454.3278). Above information may also be found in “College Portrait” at New Mexico Highlands University provides educational and employment opportunities to qualified persons without discriminatory regard to race, sex, disability, age, marital status, religion, color, ethnic and national origin or other non-merit factors. If you are an individual who is in need of auxiliary aids or services in order to participate in our programs, please contact the university at (505.454.3252) or or in writing to the Registrar’s Office, New Mexico Highlands University, Box 9000, Las Vegas, New Mexico 87701.