Data & Reports

Tuition Rates and Savings
To view tuition rates and savings for the 2020-21 academic year for all RSP Tuition Break participating institutions, please click here

To view tuition rates for an individual institution, as well as a list of their program offerings and contact information, select an institution here.

The Regional Student Program (RSP) Tuition Break allows eligible out-of-state students to pay a tuition rate that is significantly less than regular out-of-state tuition. The rate is based on a percentage of the college’s in-state rate. Rates and savings vary by institution, with students paying only 50% greater than in-state tuition in some cases. The Tuition Break program discounts tuition only – not fees or room and board – at out-of-state New England public colleges and universities. To learn more about the program, please visit the Overview page.

Annual Report on Tuition Savings, Revenue and Enrollment
In 2019-20, the program’s 62nd year of enrollment, a total of 9,257 New England residents were enrolled through the Regional Student Program (RSP) Tuition Break.

The participating New England students and their families saved an estimated $63.5 million in tuition payments. A participating full-time student saved an average of $8,100 on their tuition bill.

The participating public higher education institutions received an estimated $120.9 million in tuition revenue from RSP students.

Download the RSP Annual Report.

Benefit of NEBHE to the New England States
In FY 2020, the six New England states paid annual assessments totaling $1.1 million for membership in the New England Higher Education Compact, which entitled them to the programs and services provided by the New England Board of Higher Education. The states as a whole received a 59-to-1 return on investment in terms of the tuition savings alone provided by NEBHE’s Regional Student Program (RSP) Tuition Break. Click here to download the FY 2020 Benefit to New England.
To download each state’s benefit FY 2019 summary, click on the state name: Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, Vermont.

Map of Participating Institutions (view in a larger map)