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.

NEBHE – Chinese Government Scholarship

Qualified New England students may be eligible to study at a Chinese university and receive a full scholarship at a choice of hundreds of Chinese universities.

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.

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

March 19, 2019

New England Legislative Sessions: Emerging Trends in Higher Education and Workforce Development That We’re Watching

Across New England, the days are starting to get longer, everyone is hoping spring weather is just around the corner, and each state’s legislative session is firmly underway. While it’s still relatively early in the current sessions, at NEBHE we’re taking a first look at the major issues and trends we see emerging in the… Read more »

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February 27, 2019

The Votes Are In … Now, the Hard Work

Editor’s Note: New England and the nation have long suffered from an underrepresentation of women and people of color in higher elected offices. In the 2018 midterms, that began to change. Below, Carolyn Morwick, director of government and community relations at NEBHE and former director of the Caucus of New England State Legislatures, takes a… Read more »

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February 27, 2019

From the Corner Office: New England Governors’ Budget Proposals

Connecticut Democratic Gov. Ned Lamont delivered a two-year budget plan of $43.1 billion to lawmakers, emphasizing that the state’s crushing fixed costs relative to its pension funds must be addressed. To accomplish this, he proposed restructuring, refinancing the systems’ payments and slowing the rate of increase in the teachers’ pension fund and the state employee… Read more »

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We are grateful to receive a planning grant from the Teagle Foundation to build the foundation for a systematic transfer pathway from community colleges to 4-year independent colleges in CT, MA, and RI, focused on the liberal arts. @The_CCIC @AICURI @AICUM https://t.co/sV6P5TjJ7Q

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Visit us tomorrow night from 5-7pm @saintmichaels for @VSAC College & Career Pathways Fair! Learn how you can save thousands with Tuition Break #collegesavings #financialaid #collegefair

The federal government's free application the FAFSA can be completed on a smart phone with the new "myStudentAid app." But be careful using punctuation such as quotation marks and apostrophes.
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Programs through #tuitionbreak in Women's Studies include a bachelor's @EasternCTStateU and a master's at Southern Connecticut State University @SCSU. Residents of Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island & Vermont eligible. #internationalwomensday #IWD2019

#IWD2019 Spotlight: Hayley LaPoint, @HayleyWMUR meteorologist in Manchester, NH, #tuitionbreak alumna who studied Meteorology at Lyndon @NVU_Lyndon . Women account for only about 29% of weathercasters acc to research shared in a Feb 2018 #ametsoc article. https://t.co/xahk8ZXuMk

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