Tuition and Fees
We believe that a university degree should be as accessible and affordable as possible. That’s why we’ve created a few unique ways to save you both time and money. To start, we offer among the lowest tuition of any private college or university in New England.
Please review all of the information below, as well as the tuition and fees for your specific degree via the links at right, as they are not the same for all associate, bachelor’s, master’s, online and per credit-designated programs. For our programs, an academic year is approximately 9 months long and consists of 3 quarters.
Many of our full-time, part-time and per credit programs at all degree levels include a separate Laboratory Fee. Lab fees for applicable programs are included in a chart of programs displayed in alphabetical order on the Laboratory Fees page.
Additional information on tuition, fees and university policy can be found on the Policies page.
Unlike most other colleges, your tuition and fees will be guaranteed throughout either your associate or bachelor’s degree program. This means that your tuition and fees will remain the same each year, if you remain continually enrolled.**
The vast majority of our students receive both merit-based and need-based university aid. Plus, your designated Financial Aid Officer will help you take full advantage of other financial aid resources available through various federal, state and private programs, including Pell Grants and scholarships.
Accelerated Degree Programs
Many of our associate degree programs can be completed in as few as 18 months and many of our bachelor’s degree programs can be completed in as few as three years. This helps save you time, and gets you into the workforce and earning an income sooner.
Options for Working Professionals and Adult Learners
If you’re a working professional or adult learner, many of our programs offer schedules to accommodate those who are busy weekdays – including online, evening and weekend classes, so you could maintain your responsibilities and current professional position.
General Fees (See Laboratory Fees page)
A $25.00 non-refundable application fee must be submitted with the application. The application fee is $175.00 for the Physical Therapist Assistant, Occupational Therapist Assistant, and Veterinary Technology associate degree programs. Applicants interested in the Post-Professional Occupational Therapy Doctorate must submit a $50 application fee.
Administrative / Registration Fee
$150 is due at the time of enrollment or for certain programs, is incorporated into a student’s financial aid package. This fee includes a $50 non-refundable registration fee and a $100 non-refundable administrative fee. In subsequent periods of enrollment, $100 is assessed each quarter as a non-refundable administrative fee. Students taking individual courses pay a $50 registration fee per quarter in addition to other applicable fees.
Student and Technology Fee
All students pay a $465 non-refundable student fee per academic year. Students taking individual quarters after completing the technical core and students taking individual courses pay $155 (non-refundable) per quarter.
*Tuition Guarantee not applicable to all programs. Check with your Admissions Officer for further details.
**New England Institute of Technology (NEIT) reserves the right to increase the tuition set forth in this document should the inflation rate published by the United States Department of Labor in its Consumer Price Index for All Urban Consumers (CPI-U) Boston Area, exceed 5% at any time over the term of this agreement. In no event shall any tuition increase exceed the published inflation rate.