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.

2019 Higher Education Excellence Awards

Join us in congratulating this year’s recipients

NEBHE is a hub for higher education resources across several categories.
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The New England Journal of Higher Education

May 14, 2019

A Modest Proposal to Save the Planet

Nonprofit institutions with large endowments have been facing challenges from various stakeholders contesting the management of their investment portfolios. While these challenges are most commonly associated with institutions of higher education, pension funds and private foundations will increasingly face similar challenges regarding how the management of their endowments affects socially important policies. Together, these endowments… Read more »

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May 7, 2019

A Former Southern Vermont College Provost Comforts Colleagues at the Endangered School

I was born in Lawrence, Mass., the first son of first-generation, working-class Italian-American parents—my mother, a nurse, and my dad, a shoe cutter in the old Everett Mills. The Everett Mills are across the street from the Holy Rosary Church. In that church, I walked barefooted down the aisle when I was 7 in an… Read more »

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April 23, 2019

Prospective College Students: Hiding in Plain Sight

As an unprecedented number of colleges and universities close their doors forever while others struggle to survive, a deep pool of prospective students—and the key to accessing them—is hiding in plain sight. Students from rural America attend college at lower rates (59%) than their urban (62%) and suburban (67%) counterparts and comprise only 29% of… Read more »

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@nebhe


IBM Security reported 101 confirmed data disclosures at US universities in 2017 compared with 15 in 2014, a trend that will continue as universities and colleges expand their global presence, according to @MoodysInvSvc | also see @nebhe https://t.co/nzyd6qV2pf #CyberSecurity

NEBHE Presents 2019 New England Excellence Award to Fidelity Investments' UNIQUE College... https://t.co/X7HVno4osm

Tackling School Segregation 65 Years After Brown v. Board of Education
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NEJHE NewsBlast, May 15, 2019 | A Modest Proposal to Save the Planet https://t.co/IVxyhvI8vM

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Congratulations @WorcesterState graduates! If you earned your degree in Occupational Therapy or Occupational Studies, as a Connecticut or Rhode Island resident, please let us know how #tuitionbreak helped you afford college. Complete a short survey at https://t.co/viMic6rvn7 &

Congratulations @WorcesterState graduates! If you earned your degree in Occupational Therapy or Occupational Studies, as a Connecticut or Rhode Island resident, please let us know how #tuitionbreak helped you afford college. Complete a short survey at https://t.co/viMic6rvn7 &
Congratulations @WorcesterState graduates! If you earned your degree in Occupational Therapy or Occupational Studies, as a Connecticut or Rhode Island resident, please let us know how #tuitionbreak helped you afford college. Complete a short survey at https://t.co/viMic6rvn7 &
Congratulations @WorcesterState graduates! If you earned your degree in Occupational Therapy or Occupational Studies, as a Connecticut or Rhode Island resident, please let us know how #tuitionbreak helped you afford college. Complete a short survey at https://t.co/viMic6rvn7 &
Congratulations @WorcesterState graduates! If you earned your degree in Occupational Therapy or Occupational Studies, as a Connecticut or Rhode Island resident, please let us know how #tuitionbreak helped you afford college. Complete a short survey at https://t.co/viMic6rvn7 &
Worcester State@WorcesterState

Photo highlights from our 2019 Commencement are posted! #woostate2019 #lancernation #woostate https://t.co/xxusl5f97d

.@UMass is 1st multi-campus public university to join #MyinTuition, tool to determine actual college costs for a student. 50+ US colleges & univ participate. @UMassAmherst @UMassBoston @UMassD @UMassLowell https://t.co/4pMSAhXgjA Tool considered easier than #netpricecalculator

WBUR@WBUR

Economics Professor Phillip Levine realized a few years ago he couldn't find out how much he would have to pay for his kids to go to college.

So, he came up with a simple system to figure it out: a website called MyinTuition: https://t.co/sdo7dk8D2s

Thinking of a career in #mentalhealth ? Grad programs offered through #tuitionbreak inc Clinical Mental Health Counseling @RICNews, @uvmvermont @WestConn Or Community Social Psychology @UMassLowell. Or Mental Health (BS) @umaineaugusta
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Are you a New Hampshire resident getting your degree in Physical Therapy or other programs offered through #tuitionbreak with savings on out-of-state tuition at @UMassLowell? Congratulations! We'd like to hear from you! Visit https://t.co/iHMDc8gnO4 & complete a short survey.

Are you a New Hampshire resident getting your degree in Physical Therapy or other programs offered through #tuitionbreak with savings on out-of-state tuition at @UMassLowell?  Congratulations!  We'd like to hear from you! Visit https://t.co/iHMDc8gnO4 & complete a short survey.
UMass Lowell@UMassLowell

.@UMassLowell Master's & Doctoral students are graduating today! #UML2019

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