Tuition Breaks for New England State

Residents of the six New England states – Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island and Vermont – are eligible through Tuition Break to pay lower tuition at out-of-state public colleges and universities within New England.

Once your teen graduates high school, free and reduced tuition programs are gone for most students, but thanks to the Tuition Break program families living in one of the participating states can receive discounted tuition – even if their teen attends college out of state!

Associate, bachelor, master, doctorate degrees included

The New England Board of Higher Education (NEBHE) Tuition Break – officially known as the New England Regional Student Program (RSP) – is for permanent residents of the six New England states – – Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island and Vermont. Participating institutions are New England’s 82 public colleges and universities.

Be aware that not every major is eligible under this program.

Look up tuition savings for all participating colleges here

  • Example: Cape Cod Community College
    • in-state resident pays $720
    • out of state resident pays $6,900
    • New England Regional Student Program student pays $1,080
  • Example: Westfield State University
    • in-state resident pays $970
    • out of state resident pays $7,050
    • New England Regional Student Program student pays $1,455
  • Example: University of Vermont
    • in-state resident pays $16,392
    • out of state resident pays $41,280
    • New England Regional Student Program student pays $28,686
  • Example: University of Connecticut Law School
    • in-state resident pays: $30,354
    • out of state resident pays: $61,396
    • New England Regional Student Program student pays: $51,786

Look up tuition savings for all participating colleges here

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https://nebhe.org/tuitionbreak

Author:

Executive Director of Homeschooling for College Credit