New Mexico has a number of colleges and universities with different qualities that should be considered. From a safety standpoint, Eastern New Mexico University beats out University of New Mexico with a safety score of 90.4 out of 100 to 79.8 out of 100.
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When determining the best overall college or university in New Mexico, including multiple factors such as quality of education, safety, cost and student reviews – University of New Mexico scores highest with a 79.4 out of 100 score, followed by New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology (78.9) and College of Santa Fe (78.3). For more detailed information on particular schools select from the list below:
- College of Santa Fe
- College of the Southwest
- Eastern New Mexico University
- Institute of American Indian and Alaska Native Culture and Arts Development
- New Mexico Highlands University
- New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology
- St. John’s College
- University of New Mexico
- Western New Mexico University