Here’s what you need to know about how New England Tech charges for tuition:
- Once you enroll, your tuition will not change from that specified at the time of your enrollment while you are continuously enrolled (see Detail #1).
- New England Tech’s tuition is the lowest tuition of any private college in Rhode Island (see Detail #2).
The tuition for the entire degree program at New England Institute of Technology is clearly specified and fixed at the time of the student’s enrollment, a practice that is unlike how tuition is assessed at most other colleges.
At the time of enrollment, a student has the option of enrolling in either the associate degree program, or in both the associate degree and the bachelor’s degree. Each degree program consists of at least two academic years. Regardless of whether the student enrolls in either the associate degree program or in both programs, the tuition specified in the enrollment agreement executed at the time of enrollment is the tuition the student will pay throughout his/her degree program(s).
For example, if a student enrolls to begin the associate degree in any upcoming quarter, the student will pay the current tuition rates in effect the day he/she signs the enrollment agreement. This tuition will stay in effect throughout his/her associate degree program.
If the student, at the time of initial enrollment, signs up for the bachelor’s degree as well as the associate degree, he/she will enter the bachelor’s degree program at the tuition in effect at the time of his/her original enrollment. This tuition will stay in effect throughout his/her degree program.
The student must remain in continuous enrollment from the time of his/her original start date to be eligible for this tuition program.
Please note: This practice may not apply to all programs. Please check with your Admissions Officer for further details.
At this time, New England Tech’s tuition is the lowest of any private college in Rhode Island. Combined with our policy of not increasing a student’s tuition that was fixed at the time of enrollment, the student will benefit for as long as he/she remains in continuous attendance.