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Looking to study in New England? We've compiled a list of the Most Affordable 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
$19,691 / year
$19,691 / year
Massachusetts
$14,476 / year
$20,616 / year
Connecticut
$14,685 / year
$27,645 / year
Massachusetts
$12,491 / year
$18,571 / year
Massachusetts
$15,234 / year
$21,314 / year
Connecticut
$27,670 / year
$27,670 / year
Maine
$22,483 / year
$22,483 / year
New Hampshire
$18,288 / year
$27,476 / year
New Hampshire
$27,456 / year
$27,456 / year
Massachusetts
$15,653 / year
$24,598 / year
Vermont
$15,592 / year
$29,296 / year
New Hampshire
$18,130 / year
$27,020 / year
Rhode Island
$13,181 / year
$26,646 / year
Massachusetts
$14,108 / year
$20,974 / year
New Hampshire
$23,800 / year
$23,800 / year
Maine
$20,968 / year
$31,138 / year
Maine
$12,025 / year
$16,315 / year
Maine
$11,721 / year
$18,801 / year
Maine
$13,348 / year
$26,172 / year
Massachusetts
$20,385 / year
$20,385 / year
Massachusetts
$13,150 / year
$19,230 / year
Massachusetts
$14,136 / year
$20,232 / year