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Tuition

Total program credits and cost can vary based on transfer credits granted. Please contact an Enrollment Services Representative for specific tuition information.

Cost per Credit $405
Total Credits 60
Total Cost $24,300
Cost per Credit $405
Total Credits 120
Total Cost $48,600
Program
Cost per Credit Hour
Total Credits
Total Cost
Associate’s
$405
60
$24,300
Bachelor’s
$405
120
$48,600

Tuition does not include books and materials, which cost approximately $250 per course depending on the curriculum. You can use our Net Price Calculator to estimate your overall cost to attend New England College.

Please refer to our Military page for information on special tuition rates for eligible servicemembers, veterans and their dependents.

Financial Aid

At New England College, we don’t believe finances should prevent you from achieving your academic goals. That’s why we work with you to identify potential sources of financial assistance, such as grants, loans, scholarships and employer tuition assistance.

In fact, a survey by our Student Financial Services office found that 9 in 10 NEC students who apply for financial assistance qualify for some form of financial aid. We encourage students who wish to use financial aid as a method of payment to apply as soon as possible.

Steps to Apply:

  1. Fill out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). NEC’s federal school code is 002579.

  2. Complete the application for admission to your program of choice.

  3. Our Student Financial Services office uses the information from your FAFSA to help determine your eligibility for federal aid.

To learn more, download our free financial aid guide.

Financial Aid Guide

Loan Opportunities

Federal Direct (Stafford) Loans are available to eligible undergraduate students attending four-year universities and colleges, community colleges and other qualifying institutions.

Direct PLUS Loans are available to parents of dependent undergraduate students enrolled at least half-time.

Federal Perkins Loans are available to undergraduate students with exceptional financial need.

Scholarships

In addition to federal loans and grants, an array of scholarships are offered by private, public and nonprofit organizations. Students seeking scholarship opportunities can consider including these resources in their search:

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