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Looking to study in New England? Prefer a rural setting, free from distractions? We've compiled a list of Rural 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
$40,980 / year
$40,980 / year
Massachusetts
$59,348 / year
$59,348 / year
Vermont
$58,525 / year
$58,525 / year
Vermont
$15,296 / year
$31,976 / year
Maine
$57,810 / year
$57,810 / year
New Hampshire
$47,360 / year
$47,360 / year
Maine
$43,542 / year
$43,542 / year
New Hampshire
$60,867 / year
$60,867 / year
New Hampshire
$43,155 / year
$43,155 / year
New Hampshire
$18,288 / year
$27,476 / year
Vermont
$65,560 / year
$65,560 / year
New Hampshire
$27,456 / year
$27,456 / year
Maine
$28,852 / year
$43,480 / year
Vermont
$31,002 / year
$31,002 / year
Vermont
$58,718 / year
$58,718 / year
New Hampshire
$43,363 / year
$43,363 / year
Vermont
$15,592 / year
$29,296 / year
Vermont
$48,555 / year
$48,555 / year
New Hampshire
$18,130 / year
$27,020 / year
Maine
$40,030 / year
$40,030 / year
Vermont
$41,720 / year
$41,720 / year
Maine
$30,890 / year
$30,890 / year
Maine
$32,170 / year
$32,170 / year
Maine
$20,968 / year
$31,138 / year
Maine
$12,025 / year
$16,315 / year
Maine
$11,721 / year
$18,801 / year
Vermont
$18,364 / year
$31,660 / year