Advanced Tech Program
New England Institute of Technology’s Advanced Tech Program is designed to allow high school students the opportunity to earn college-level credit while still in high school.
If your school participates in the Advanced Tech Program, you will take classes at your high school that have been approved by the faculty at New England Institute of Technology. Upon successful completion of your high school program, you may transfer the college level credits you have earned in high school to an Associate’s Degree program at New England Tech.
What does the Advanced Tech Program mean for you?
If you have taken the high school courses approved for Advanced Tech transfer credits, and decide to attend New England Tech, this credit may be transferred. As a result:
- You will receive advanced standing
- You will receive reduced tuition cost
- You will not repeat work you have already taken in high school
- In some cases, you may complete your Associate’s Degree in less time.
New England Tech currently has over 700 articulation agreements with high schools in the following states:
- New Hampshire
- New Jersey
- New York
- Rhode Island
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Schools Participating in Advanced Tech
Seniors — don’t forget — in order to determine your eligibility for New England Tech Advanced Tech credits, please provide your official High School Transcript to Coordinator High School Program, Tara Rugg.
For More Information
High School Teachers and Guidance Counselors:
- Advanced Tech Articulation Request Form (online version)
High School Students and Parents: