Posts Tagged: Public Colleges and Universities

Out-of-State Tuition and Fees in New England

As a follow up to our recent report Published Tuition and Fees at New England Public Colleges and Universities, 2018-19, this article explores out-of-state tuition and required fees in New England ... Imagine a prospective student living in Vermont. Their most affordable college option is a public university in Vermont. By staying in-state and attending the University of Vermont, this student...

Majority of New England Public Colleges and Universities Saw Fall 2018 Enrollment Drops

Including at Regional Student Program (RSP) Tuition Break campuses ... The majority of New England public colleges and universities saw annual decreases in their Fall 2018 headcount enrollment, with a few exceptions. The  following institutions reported increases: University of Connecticut, University of Maine System, University of Massachusetts System, Community College System of New Ham...

Cybersecurity, Data Science Among New Offerings Under NEBHE Tuition Break

Cybersecurity, a relatively new term, may actually be the word of the year because of its global significance. Its simple definition is “measures taken to protect a computer or computer system (as on the Internet) against unauthorized access or attack.” But simple it is not. Computer and Internet security have spawned a whole vocabulary, such as hackers, leak...

NEBHE’s Tuition Break for NE Residents Announces 2013-14 Approved Degree Programs

The New England Board of Higher Education (NEBHE) announced the degree programs approved under the New England Regional Student Program (RSP), Tuition Break, for the 2013-14 academic year, including nine new bachelor's, one new associate, and 14 new graduate degree programs.New Associate and Bachelor's Degree Programs Approved for 2013-14: Allied Health, University of Connecticut Design (Graphic ...