Colleges In New England

Looking to study in New England? We've compiled a list of Colleges 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 (%)
Massachusetts
$52,850 / year
$52,850 / year
Massachusetts
$76,750 / year
$76,750 / year
Massachusetts
$56,314 / year
$56,314 / year
Massachusetts
$70,528 / year
$70,528 / year
Maine
$73,538 / year
$73,538 / year
Massachusetts
$54,225 / year
$54,225 / year
Vermont
$74,135 / year
$74,135 / year
Massachusetts
$71,570 / year
$71,570 / year
Massachusetts
$73,321 / year
$73,321 / year
Massachusetts
$76,161 / year
$76,161 / year
Massachusetts
$75,002 / year
$75,002 / year
Maine
$70,710 / year
$70,710 / year
Massachusetts
$73,076 / year
$73,076 / year
Rhode Island
$73,892 / year
$73,892 / year
Rhode Island
$63,446 / year
$63,446 / year
Vermont
$57,594 / year
$57,594 / year
Massachusetts
$57,480 / year
$57,480 / year
Maine
$72,000 / year
$72,000 / year
Maine
$53,289 / year
$53,289 / year
Massachusetts
$69,810 / year
$69,810 / year
Connecticut
$74,590 / year
$74,590 / year
Massachusetts
$57,730 / year
$57,730 / year
New Hampshire
$76,623 / year
$76,623 / year
Massachusetts
$68,628 / year
$68,628 / year
Massachusetts
$59,632 / year
$59,632 / year
Massachusetts
$52,204 / year
$52,204 / year
Connecticut
$64,230 / year
$64,230 / year
Massachusetts
$53,356 / year
$53,356 / year
Massachusetts
$23,563 / year
$29,643 / year
Massachusetts
$78,200 / year
$78,200 / year
Massachusetts
$55,740 / year
$55,740 / year
Massachusetts
$46,630 / year
$46,630 / year
Maine
$39,162 / year
$53,790 / year
Massachusetts
$73,160 / year
$73,160 / year
Massachusetts
$24,425 / year
$40,159 / year
Massachusetts
$62,110 / year
$62,110 / year
Vermont
$74,248 / year
$74,248 / year
Massachusetts
$71,078 / year
$71,078 / year
Massachusetts
$70,996 / year
$70,996 / year
Vermont
$62,395 / year
$62,395 / year
Rhode Island
$67,578 / year
$67,578 / year
Connecticut
$67,220 / year
$67,220 / year
Massachusetts
$61,162 / year
$61,162 / year
Rhode Island
$25,010 / year
$38,475 / year
Rhode Island
$72,780 / year
$72,780 / year
Rhode Island
$52,718 / year
$52,718 / year
Connecticut
$56,380 / year
$56,380 / year
Massachusetts
$60,821 / year
$60,821 / year
Massachusetts
$74,722 / year
$74,722 / year
Massachusetts
$55,585 / year
$55,585 / year
New Hampshire
$56,550 / year
$56,550 / year
Vermont
$59,995 / year
$59,995 / year
Massachusetts
$66,321 / year
$66,321 / year
Massachusetts
$60,595 / year
$60,595 / year
Connecticut
$74,400 / year
$74,400 / year
Massachusetts
$76,200 / year
$76,200 / year
Connecticut
$33,692 / year
$56,360 / year
Connecticut
$54,850 / year
$54,850 / year
Maine
$25,088 / year
$44,888 / year
New Hampshire
$30,079 / year
$45,459 / year
Connecticut
$60,038 / year
$60,038 / year
Rhode Island
$27,254 / year
$44,374 / year
Vermont
$33,008 / year
$67,458 / year
Massachusetts
$73,148 / year
$73,148 / year
Massachusetts
$34,575 / year
$34,575 / year
Connecticut
$72,758 / year
$72,758 / year
Massachusetts
$53,626 / year
$53,626 / year
Massachusetts
$25,120 / year
$31,200 / year
Massachusetts
$68,664 / year
$68,664 / year
Massachusetts
$72,270 / year
$72,270 / year
Massachusetts
$69,812 / year
$69,812 / year
Massachusetts
$26,398 / year
$32,494 / year
Connecticut
$75,925 / year
$75,925 / year