BOSTON–The New England Board of Higher Education (NEBHE) has published the 2009 edition of its Annual Directory of New England Colleges & Universities.
The directory is a must-have resource for guidance professionals, students and parents as well as education professionals, elected officials and business people seeking current and reliable information on higher education in New England.
The directory is published annually as a special issue of The New England Journal of Higher Education (NEJHE), the board’s quarterly magazine.
The directory contains campus-by-campus information on enrollment, tuition and fees, fields of study and degrees offered, room and board charges, as well as listings of key officials at each institution.
The information published in the directory is gathered each year through a major NEBHE survey of New England colleges and universities.
The 2009 Directory of New England Colleges & Universities contains a useful guide to the financial aid process, including information on grant and loan programs available to New England students and also profiles NEBHE’s “Tuition Break” Regional Student Program (RSP). The RSP provides a substantial break on college tuition at public colleges and universities in New England. Last academic year, 8,200 participating students saved more than $46 million in tuition through the program.
NEBHE’s 2009 Directory of New England Colleges & Universities is distributed free of charge to all New England public libraries and high schools as well as college campuses. The directory may also be purchased online at store.nebhe.org.