Welcome to NEBHE

We support innovation, engage conversation and drive change by working with New England’s higher education stakeholders in public and private education, government and business.

More than 800 undergraduate and graduate degree programs are offered through the RSP Tuition Break by New England’s 82 public colleges and universities.

Policy & Research

The P&R team seeks to support innovation, engage conversation and drive change by providing timely information, research and analysis on issues related to higher education and workforce development to decision-makers and the public throughout New England.

The New England Journal of Higher Education

NEJHE offers cutting-edge commentary and analysis about New England higher education and its relationship to the economy and quality of life.

Seizing Growth Opportunities and Avoiding Operating Risks in Higher Education

a University Executive Lunch Briefing event
April 29, 2019

NEBHE is a hub for higher education resources across several categories.
What best describes you?

The New England Journal of Higher Education

April 16, 2019

Could Addressing College Food Insecurity Be a SNAP?

Food insecurity—defined by the nationally respected Wisconsin HOPE Lab as the limited or uncertain availability of nutritionally adequate and safe foods, or the ability to acquire such foods in a socially acceptable manner—is a troubling trend on college campuses across the country, including in New England. For example: A 2016 survey by the Massachusetts Department… Read more »

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April 9, 2019

Certificates of Failure Given By Colleges: Yes, Really

The news is filled with stories about the admissions scandals at elite colleges and universities. And recently, some of the wrongdoers have pled guilty and await punishment. Apparently, prosecutors are seeking jail time. Apart from jail time, I have already suggested approaches to punishment that involve fines that go into a cy pres fund to… Read more »

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April 2, 2019

College Completion and the Future of Work: Implications in the Fourth Industrial Revolution

College completion matters, especially from the perspective of equity. Who finishes, how long it takes them, how much they benefit economically and how their citizenship benefits local communities all matter. This is especially true of knowledge-driven, innovation economies in New England. For Massachusetts—a state that ranks third highest in the nation for cost of living—a… Read more »

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@nebhe


The continuing saga of #proficiency-based education in Maine | Education bill targets Maine’s ‘blunder of all blunders’ https://t.co/8674ZHctdg #CompetencyBased

Policies of #needblindadmissions have been key signal of #equity in #highered Facing rising demand from students, Holy Cross scales back 'need blind' admissions policy
https://t.co/ovxDwgYTra

NEJHE NewsBlast, April 17, 2019 | Could Addressing College Food Insecurity Be a SNAP? https://t.co/VH4WRgfq0z

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@tuitionbreak


Study the world’s most widely spoken language. Bachelor’s programs offered @UConn, @UMassAmherst, @universityofri & @uvmvermont ME & NH residents #tuitionbreak eligible. Language critical to national security with many career opportunities says US govt. #Chineselanguageday

Regional students
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Love to write? Consider Creative Writing BFA @northernVTU Johnson & UMaine Farmington @UMFinthenews #tuitionbreak #collegesavings
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Also, #FramState's bachelor's in Food Science program is offered through #tuitionbreak, and residents of Connecticut, New Hampshire and Rhode Island are eligible for savings on out-of-state tuition. https://t.co/tlTTINRXYZ #collegesavings

Also, #FramState's bachelor's in Food Science program is offered through #tuitionbreak, and residents of Connecticut, New Hampshire and Rhode Island are eligible for savings on out-of-state tuition. https://t.co/tlTTINRXYZ #collegesavings
Framingham State@FraminghamU

Interested in learning more about #FramState's groundbreaking 2014-2017 food study @BostonChildrens? Join us on April 25! Read more about the study here: https://t.co/W5UuGsWoCm & register here: https://t.co/k6pJE8Ymba

If you live in or near Derry, New Hampshire, we recommend you attend the Southern New Hampshire College Fair at Pinkerton Academy tonight, Thurs. April 11, 6-8 p.m. Be sure to visit our table for details on out-of-state tuition savings through #tuitionbreak @Pinkerton_NH

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