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2020 Guide to Colleges in New Mexico

If you’re looking for a great school where you can get a quality education, you may want to consider one of the many colleges and universities in New Mexico. The state is home to several institutions of higher learning, 11 of which are ranked in College Factual’s 2020 analysis.

Best Colleges in New Mexico

crest image New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology

Located in Socorro in what is generally considered a small town setting, New Mexico Tech is ranked #1 in the state of New Mexico. New Mexico Tech supports roughly 1,700 students each year.

The school has a student to faculty ratio of 11 to 1.

Learn more about New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology.

crest image St. John’s College

Located in Santa Fe in what is generally considered a rural setting, St. John’s is ranked #2 in the state of New Mexico. St. John’s supports roughly 400 students each year.

The school has a student to faculty ratio of 8 to 1.

Learn more about St. John’s College.

crest image University of New Mexico – Main Campus

Located in Albuquerque in what is generally considered a city setting, UNM is ranked #3 in the state of New Mexico. UNM supports roughly 23,100 students each year.

The school has a student to faculty ratio of 16 to 1.

Learn more about University of New Mexico – Main Campus.

crest image New Mexico State University – Main Campus

Located in Las Cruces in what is generally considered a suburban setting, New Mexico State University – Main Campus is ranked #4 in the state of New Mexico. New Mexico State University – Main Campus supports roughly 13,400 students each year.

The school has a student to faculty ratio of 17 to 1.

Learn more about New Mexico State University – Main Campus.

crest image Brookline College – Albuquerque

Located in Albuquerque in what is generally considered a city setting, Brookline College – Albuquerque is ranked #5 in the state of New Mexico. Brookline College – Albuquerque supports roughly 500 students each year.

The school has a student to faculty ratio of 10 to 1.

Learn more about Brookline College – Albuquerque.

crest image Eastern New Mexico University – Main Campus

Located in Portales in what is generally considered a small town setting, Eastern New Mexico University – Main Campus is ranked #6 in the state of New Mexico. Eastern New Mexico University – Main Campus supports roughly 5,500 students each year.

The school has a student to faculty ratio of 17 to 1.

Learn more about Eastern New Mexico University – Main Campus.

crest image Western New Mexico University

Located in Silver City in what is generally considered a small town setting, Western New Mexico University is ranked #7 in the state of New Mexico. Western New Mexico University supports roughly 3,200 students each year.

The school has a student to faculty ratio of 15 to 1.

Learn more about Western New Mexico University.

crest image New Mexico Highlands University

Located in Las Vegas in what is generally considered a small town setting, New Mexico Highlands University is ranked #8 in the state of New Mexico. New Mexico Highlands University supports roughly 2,500 students each year.

The school has a student to faculty ratio of 12 to 1.

Learn more about New Mexico Highlands University.

crest image University of the Southwest

Located in Hobbs in what is generally considered a rural setting, USW is ranked #9 in the state of New Mexico. USW supports roughly 600 students each year.

The school has a student to faculty ratio of 14 to 1.

Learn more about University of the Southwest.

crest image Institute of American Indian and Alaska Native Culture and Arts Development

Located in Santa Fe in what is generally considered a rural setting, Institute of American Indian Arts is ranked #10 in the state of New Mexico. Institute of American Indian Arts supports roughly 900 students each year.

The school has a student to faculty ratio of 7 to 1.

Learn more about Institute of American Indian and Alaska Native Culture and Arts Development.

See the full list of ranked colleges in New Mexico.