Alamogordo catalog 2013-2014 by New Mexico State University

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american indian nations tribes or pueblos all out of state members of an american indian nation tribe and pueblo located wholly or partially in new mexico regardless of the residence of the member prior to acceptance at a postsecondary educational institution shall be eligible to pay the in-state tuition rate these include members of the following tribes or pueblos jicarilla apache mescalero apache taos pueblo picuris pueblo ohkay owingeh santa clara pueblo nambe pueblo navajo tribe san ildefonso pueblo pojoaque pueblo tesuque pueblo cochiti pueblo jemez pueblo santo domingo pueblo san felipe pueblo zia pueblo santa ana pueblo sandia pueblo isleta pueblo laguna pueblo acoma pueblo zuni pueblo and the ute mountain tribe senior citizen discount new mexico residents who are 65 or older may attend new mexico state university at reduced tuition rates admission to the university is required and all other student fees apply individuals must apply and qualify for this program through the nmsu-a admissions and records office the cost is $5 tuition per credit plus $4 student fee per credit total cost per credit $9 additional fees such as course or lab fees may apply senior citizens may register for a maximum of six 6 credits at the reduced rate per state law senior citizens who take more than 6 credits must pay full price for all credits based on in-district or out-ofdistrict residency contact the admissions records office for more information late registration penalties a late registration penalty of $25 will be assessed for course registrations processed during a term’s late registration time period failure to make scheduled payment with the university accounts receivable on due dates may result in additional liability payment of charges by enrolling in classes at nmsu a student makes a financial commitment to pay the tuition and fee charges associated with that enrollment the enrollment action constitutes a financial obligation between the student and nmsu and all proceeds of this agreement will be used for education purposes and constitutes an education loan pursuant to 11 u.s.c § 523a 8 terms and conditions of course registration are posted on the nmsu website and available in each term’s registration guide payments can be made by mail web telephone or in person at the business office cash checks money orders and limited types of credit cards are accepted term charges can be paid in full or paid by using a payment plan for payment plan options go to http uar/paymentplan.htm fees vary based on the plan all financial aid received must be paid toward balances owed additional penalty charges may be assessed for failure to make payments when due nmsu-a reserves the right to deny a payment plan to any student who has a poor credit rating or who has been negligent in making payments to the university for previous debts course reservations may be cancelled if payment arrangements for past due dates are not completed by the deadlines as outlined in a term’s registration guide academic credits transcripts and diplomas will be withheld until all financial general information 13 obligations are paid students are prohibited from registering for a term until all previous debts due to the university are paid in full tuition adjustments refund and forfeitures any student officially dropping or withdrawing from a course or courses during a term may receive tuition and fee adjustments as outlined in the current class schedule lab fees are refundable in full but only during the 100 refund period no tuition adjustments will be made on classes of less than five weeks’ duration unless the student withdraws from the course prior to the first day of class no refunds will be given after the class begins non-attendance does not constitute official course drop or withdrawal all charges due to the university must be paid before refunds will be permitted in cases of academic or disciplinary suspension eligibility for tuition adjustments will depend on the conditions of the suspension and will be entirely at the discretion of the university should unforeseen circumstances beyond the reasonable control of the university result in curtailing classes or otherwise withdrawing services that are a normal function of nmsu refunds of any nature will be at the discretion of the university administration dishonored financial transactions-checks credit cards ach transactions the university charges a penalty on all dishonored cash instruments personal checks will not be accepted from students who have had previously dishonored checks financial aid the mission of the office of student financial aid and scholarship services is to improve access to higher education by providing comprehensive financial assistance and information to all students and the nmsu-a community although primary responsibility for educational costs rests with the student and his/her family nmsu-a the federal government and the state of new mexico all contribute to assist students pursuing higher education the financial aid office administers an extensive program of grants scholarships and loans the awarding of grants and loans is based on need while the awarding of scholarships is based mainly on academic ability and in some cases financial need assistance in the form of work is available through the federal college work-study program and the new mexico work-study program all financial aid awards are based on information provided by the student and parents availability of funds and eligibility requirements any award may be revised based on changes in enrollment cost of attendance family contribution or failure to meet satisfactory academic progress withdrawals or reductions in enrollment may affect an award or any future awards financial aid will not pay for audited courses the student should apply annually for financial assistance by march 1 to apply students must complete the free general information nmsu alamogordo 2013-2014