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Looking to study Psychology in New England? We've compiled a list of the Best Colleges For Psychology In New England. Learn more about each school below and calculate your chances of acceptance.

Name
State
Tuition in-state
Tuition out-of-state
Admissions chances (%)
Yale University
#1 College for psychology
Connecticut
$59,925 / year
$59,925 / year
Harvard University
#5 College for psychology
Massachusetts
$61,040 / year
$61,040 / year
Williams College
#7 College for psychology
Massachusetts
$59,350 / year
$59,350 / year
Wellesley College
#8 College for psychology
Massachusetts
$56,680 / year
$56,680 / year
Amherst College
#12 College for psychology
Massachusetts
$62,010 / year
$62,010 / year
Brown University
#13 College for psychology
Rhode Island
$59,222 / year
$59,222 / year
Dartmouth College
#15 College for psychology
New Hampshire
$60,867 / year
$60,867 / year
Wesleyan University
#21 College for psychology
Connecticut
$57,698 / year
$57,698 / year
Tufts University
#44 College for psychology
Massachusetts
$61,640 / year
$61,640 / year
Northeastern University
#49 College for psychology
Massachusetts
$54,116 / year
$54,116 / year
Boston College | BC
#54 College for psychology
Massachusetts
$61,683 / year
$61,683 / year
Colby College
#55 College for psychology
Maine
$57,810 / year
$57,810 / year
Boston University | BU
#63 College for psychology
Massachusetts
$59,282 / year
$59,282 / year
Bowdoin College
#66 College for psychology
Maine
$56,012 / year
$56,012 / year
Middlebury College
#70 College for psychology
Vermont
$58,718 / year
$58,718 / year
Bates College
#76 College for psychology
Maine
$58,314 / year
$58,314 / year
Smith College
#77 College for psychology
Massachusetts
$57,202 / year
$57,202 / year
Brandeis University
#91 College for psychology
Massachusetts
$57,636 / year
$57,636 / year
Mount Holyoke College
#97 College for psychology
Massachusetts
$56,418 / year
$56,418 / year