LAS CRUCES — Officials at New Mexico State University are bracing for changes that may come next spring as uncertainties remain about how much tuition lottery scholarships will cover.
NMSU announced this week that it is prepared to cover up to 60 percent of spring tuition if state lawmakers fail to fund a shortfall when the legislative session begins in January.
Bernadette Montoya, NMSU’s vice president for student affairs and enrollment, said the university wanted to ensure the uncertainty wouldn’t be a barrier to enrollment next semester.
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