We offer a wide range of programs, from associate degrees that can be completed in as little as 18 months to master's degrees, all focused on your career success. From video game design to health care, from automotive to interior design, New England Tech has a program for you!
New England Tech’s Financial Aid Office is dedicated to providing incoming students all the information and guidance necessary for them to take full advantage of the available student financial aid resources from various federal, state, and private programs. Each entering student meets one-on-one with a Financial Aid Officer to develop a financial plan geared to your specific needs.
The Career Services Office provides assistance to current students in, and graduates of, the college’s degree programs in many aspects of the job search. Workshops and individual meetings direct students toward their chosen technical careers through resume preparation, interviewing skills, and job hunting techniques.
Make your life on campus as interesting and exciting as you want through our range of professional organizations, student clubs, game competitions, honor societies, recreational sports, community enrichment activities, social events and more. Be the first to live on campus in our new 400-bed residence hall, opening in the fall of 2017.
As the leader in technical career education in Southeastern New England, New England Tech is a private, non-profit technical college offering Associate, Bachelor’s and Master's Degrees in over 50 programs. Each one has been thoughtfully designed with input from both educators and industry experts. New England Institute of Technology is accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges, Inc.
1. You (and your parents, if applicable) will need to create your federal student aid IDs at https://fsaid.ed.gov When you create the Federal Student Aid ID for the first time it may take 3 days for it to become active. Your Federal Student Aid ID must be active for you to electronically complete, sign and submit your FASFA. If you previously had a Federal PIN created, you will be able to link that PIN to your new Federal Student Aid ID on that site.
3. Before completing the FAFSA, it will be helpful to gather the following information:
• Your 2015 W-2 Form, final pay stub from 2015 and other records of money earned.
• Copies of your (and your spouse's, if you are married) 2015 Federal Income Tax Return - IRS Form 1040, 1040A, 1040EZ.
• Your parents' 2015 Federal Income Tax Return (if you are a dependent student).
• Your 2015 untaxed income records - Temporary Assistance to Needy Families, welfare, or veterans benefits records.
• Your alien registration number or permanent residence card (if you are not a U.S. citizen)
4. When asked to add school codes to your FAFSA, enter 007845 (New England Institute of Technology’s federal school code).