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Looking to study in New England? Prefer an urban setting, with a city as an extension of campus? We've compiled a list of the Most Affordable Urban Colleges In New England. Learn more about each school below and calculate your chances of acceptance.

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Connecticut
$34,410 / year
$34,410 / year
Massachusetts
$38,220 / year
$38,220 / year
Massachusetts
$21,144 / year
$21,144 / year
Massachusetts
$11,400 / year
$11,400 / year
Massachusetts
$31,700 / year
$31,700 / year
Massachusetts
$970 / year
$7,050 / year
Connecticut
$19,998 / year
$19,998 / year
Maine
$18,972 / year
$18,972 / year
Rhode Island
$34,376 / year
$34,376 / year
Massachusetts
$37,500 / year
$37,500 / year
Massachusetts
$29,200 / year
$29,200 / year
Maine
$37,580 / year
$37,580 / year
Massachusetts
$1,030 / year
$26,630 / year
Connecticut
$32,960 / year
$32,960 / year
New Hampshire
$33,410 / year
$33,410 / year
Connecticut
$6,162 / year
$18,436 / year
Massachusetts
$39,930 / year
$39,930 / year
Connecticut
$32,860 / year
$32,860 / year
Connecticut
$14,406 / year
$37,074 / year
New Hampshire
$15,150 / year
$32,460 / year
Connecticut
$39,636 / year
$39,636 / year
Maine
$8,064 / year
$21,532 / year
Massachusetts
$35,970 / year
$35,970 / year
Connecticut
$6,162 / year
$18,436 / year
Massachusetts
$36,606 / year
$36,606 / year
Massachusetts
$970 / year
$7,050 / year