Let's Talk NM 10/3, 8a: New Mexico could become the 2nd state in the country to make college tuition-free at four-year and two-year public institutions for eligible students. Last week, Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham announced a proposal to pay any tuition and fees not covered by the Lottery Scholarship or other grants, regardless of family income. If you're crunching numbers for college, how would this change things? Are expenses like room, board and transportation barriers to higher education for you? Does the governor's proposal do enough to help the students who need financial aid the most? We want to hear from you! Email firstname.lastname@example.org, tweet at us with the hashtag #LetsTalkNM. This show was taped on September 26, so we won't be taking live calls.
- Secretary Kate O'Neill, NM Higher Education Department
- Kimberly Blea, Dean of Student Affairs, NM Highlands University
- James Jimenez, Executive Director, NM Voices for Children
- Katie Gutiérrez, PhD candidate in Economics at UNM