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Looking to study in New England? Prefer a suburban setting, away from the bustle of the city? We've compiled a list of the Most Affordable Suburban Colleges In New England. Learn more about each school below and calculate your chances of acceptance.

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Massachusetts
$35,781 / year
$35,781 / year
Massachusetts
$910 / year
$7,050 / year
Connecticut
$6,162 / year
$18,436 / year
Massachusetts
$36,596 / year
$36,596 / year
Connecticut
$6,162 / year
$18,436 / year
Massachusetts
$25,952 / year
$25,952 / year
Massachusetts
$34,470 / year
$34,470 / year
Massachusetts
$970 / year
$7,050 / year
Massachusetts
$37,560 / year
$37,560 / year
Massachusetts
$1,030 / year
$9,975 / year
Massachusetts
$1,890 / year
$17,010 / year
Massachusetts
$33,800 / year
$33,800 / year
Rhode Island
$30,000 / year
$30,000 / year
Massachusetts
$35,290 / year
$35,290 / year
Massachusetts
$30,600 / year
$30,600 / year
Rhode Island
$8,835 / year
$23,310 / year
Rhode Island
$37,944 / year
$37,944 / year
Massachusetts
$910 / year
$7,050 / year
New Hampshire
$9,600 / year
$9,600 / year
New Hampshire
$24,600 / year
$24,600 / year
Connecticut
$14,406 / year
$37,074 / year
Maine
$9,240 / year
$30,030 / year
Maine
$37,390 / year
$37,390 / year
New Hampshire
$15,520 / year
$32,860 / year
Rhode Island
$12,922 / year
$30,496 / year
Massachusetts
$970 / year
$7,050 / year