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  • Academic Policies and Procedures

    Academic Policies and Procedures

    Academic Regulations
    Grading System

    Grade Point value Percent Comment
    A 4.00 93-100 SUPERIOR
    A- 3.67 90-92
    B+ 3.33 87-89
    B 3.00 83-86 GOOD QUALITY
    B- 2.67 80-82
    C+ 2.33 77-79
    C 2.00 73-76 AVERAGE QUALITY
    C- 1.67 70-72
    D+ 1.33 66-69 PASSING
    D 1.00 60-65
    F 00.00 < 60 Failures may not be made up, except by repeating or, with permission, by passing the course at an approved institution. When a student repeats a course for which an “F” grade was received, both grades will appear on the transcript, but only the higher grade will be used in calculating the grade point average.
     W Received by students who officially withdraw from a course before the end of the “drop period.”
     P Satisfactory completion of a “Pass/Fail” course for credit.
     CH Challenge credit awarded as a result of passing a challenge exam.
     S Satisfactory completion of a non-credit course.
     U Unsatisfactory completion of a non-credit course.
    INC Incomplete – must be completed to meet graduation requirements.
     IPR In Progress – must be completed to meet graduation requirements.
     AU Audit indicates registration and attendance in a course for which no examinations, evaluation or credit are given.
     ML Military Leave, assigned to students who are called to active duty and must withdraw prior to the end of a term.
     PR Portfolio review credit awarded after assessment of student life experience portfolio.
     TR Transfer credit from another regionally accredited post-secondary institution.

     

    GRADE POINT AVERAGE

    Grade points are computed by multiplying the number of credit hours for the course by the weighted point value of the grade (see Grading System). Example: A grade of B+ (with a grade point value of 3.33) in Math 125, a four-credit course, is assigned 13.32 grade points, (3.33 x 4). The cumulative grade point average (GPA) is obtained by dividing the total number of grade points achieved by number of credit hours of work completed.

    Courses for which transfer credit was awarded and courses with P, S, U, and W grades are not included in the GPA calculations.

    ACADEMIC PROBATION
    Academic probation is a provisional status given to a student who is not meeting the university’s requirements for academic achievement. A student who does not meet the university’s requirements for academic achievement (see “Required Levels of Achievement” below) will be placed on academic probation. A student who is placed on probation must meet with a student advisor in the Office of Student Support Services to discuss academic challenges and develop a plan to become academically successful.

    A student who has met the university’s requirements for academic achievement by the end of the probationary term will be taken off probation. An undergraduate or graduate student who has not met the university’s requirements for academic achievement at the end of the probationary term will remain on probation for a second term. A doctoral student who has not met the university’s requirements for academic achievement at the end of the probationary term will be dismissed.

    A student who has met the university’s requirements for academic achievement by the end of a second probationary term will be removed from probationary status if the student’s cumulative GPA meets the minimum requirements. A student who has had a successful academic term but whose cumulative progress does not meet the academic standards required by his/her program will remain on probation for an additional term. A student in a second probationary term who has not had a successful academic term and whose achievement does not meet the cumulative GPA university requirement will be dismissed from the university.

    Undergraduate students may not take more than 19 credits during their first probationary term and not more than 16 credits during their second probationary term. A student who is on academic probation must contact his/her student advisor to review and discuss the proper course load for the successive term.

    REQUIRED LEVELS OF ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT

    Any student who does not meet the following standards for the grade point average each term and/or for cumulative grade point average, will be on probation for the following term:

    Credits Completed End-of-Term GPA Cumulative GPA
    Associate Degree Program
    < 36 credits completed 1.0 1.7
    36-71 credits completed 1.0 1.8
    72 and above 2.0 2.0
    Bachelor’s Degree Programs 2.0 2.0
    Master’s Degree Programs 3.0 3.0
    Doctoral Degree Program 3.0 3.0

    Note: Students should check the Question and Answer portion of the curriculum document issued at the time of enrollment for their respective programs to determine specific criteria (e.g., grades and/or cumulative grade point average) necessary to remain in good academic standing in that program. Additionally, it is the student’s responsibility to maintain an awareness of any changes in criteria that would affect a student’s enrollment status.

    Appeal of Dismissal

    A student who has been dismissed because his/her poor academic achievement and/or failure to meet university requirements may appeal the dismissal by filling out a petition in the Office of Teaching and Learning. Consideration will be given to extenuating circumstances that led to poor academic achievement. Students who successfully appeal a dismissal will be placed on second probation.

  • Accreditation

    New England Institute of Technology is accredited by the New England Commission of Higher Education.

    Accreditation of an institution of higher education by the Commission indicates that it meets or exceeds criteria for the assessment of institutional quality periodically applied though a peer review process. An accredited college or university is one which has available the necessary resources to achieve its stated purposes through appropriate educational programs, is substantially doing so, and gives reasonable evidence that it will continue to do so in the foreseeable future. Institutional integrity is also addressed through accreditation.

    Accreditation by the Commission is not partial but applies to the institution as a whole. As such, it is not a guarantee of every course or program offered, or the competence of individual graduates. Rather, it provides reasonable assurance about the quality of opportunities available to students who attend the institution.

    Inquiries regarding the accreditation status by the Commission should be directed to the administrative staff of the institution. Individuals may also contact: New England Commission of Higher Education 3 Burlington Woods Drive, Suite 100, Burlington, MA 01803-4514 (781) 425-7785 E-Mail: info@neche.org

    The programs listed below have specialized professional accreditations. Please check the program descriptions in the Curriculum section for details.

      • Electrical Engineering Technology, B.S.
      • Mechanical Engineering Technology, B.S.
      • Medical Laboratory Technology, A.S.
      • Nursing, A.S. • Occupational Therapy Assistant, A.S.
      • Occupational Therapy, M.S.
      • Paramedic Technology, A.S.
      • Physical Therapist Assistant, A.S.
      • Public Health, M.S.
      • Respiratory Care, A.S.
      • RN to BSN, B.S.
      • Surgical Technology, A.S.
      • Veterinary Technology, A.S.

    Inquiries regarding the status of NEIT’s accreditation by these organizations should be directed to the Office of Teaching and Learning.

    Complaints concerning NEIT related to fraud or advertising, approval to operate, quality of education or accreditation requirements, may be directed to the Rhode Island Office of the Attorney General, 150 South Main Street, Providence, RI 02903

  • Activities

    Co-Curricular and Non-Academic Opportunities

    Student Activities

    The Student Activities Coordinator works with students and faculty to provide activities that are of interest to NEIT students. Students are encouraged to participate in student clubs to enhance their leadership skills and to meet other students.

  • Administrative Officers

    Administrative Officers of the University

    Richard I. Gouse
    President
    B.A., Brown University
    University of Poitiers, France

    Cheryl C. Connors
    Senior Vice President for Financial Affairs and Endowment Management
    B.A., Brown University
    M.A., Brown University
    B.S., Roger Williams College-Accounting

    Scott Freund
    Executive Vice President
    B.A., Western Michigan University

    Kenneth Jalbert
    Vice President of Finance
    A.B., Bryant University

    Catherine Kennedy
    Vice President for Student Support Services
    B.A., University of Rhode Island
    M.A., Rhode Island College

    Steven H. Kitchin
    Vice President for Corporate Education and Training
    B.A., Rhode Island College

    Philip G. Parsons, Esq.
    Vice President and General Counsel
    B.A., University of Rhode Island
    M.A., University of Rhode Island
    J.D., New England School of Law

    Timothy Reardon
    Vice President for Enrollment Management and Marketing
    B.A., Norwich University
    M.P.A., Norwich University

    Alan Resnick ​
    Vice President for Strategic Planning
    B.Arch. Pratt Institute​
    Instituto di Urbanistica (Florence, Italy)

    Douglas Sherman
    Senior Vice President and Provost
    B.S., University of Rhode Island
    M.S., University of Rhode Island
    Ed.D., Northeastern University

  • Annual Security and Fire Safety Report [2020]

    2020 Annual Security and Fire Safety Report

    New England Institute of Technology (NEIT) is dedicated to providing a safe and secure campus environment. The information in this publication has been prepared in accordance with: the Student Right-to-Know and Public Safety Act of 1990; the Drug-free Schools and Communities Act Amendments of 1989; the Violence Against Women Act of 1994: and the Higher Education Opportunity Act of 2009.

    It describes NEIT’s Public Safety policies, procedures, victim rights and services, the number of crimes reported to campus security authorities, and describes NEIT’s policy on sexual violence and NEIT’s drug prevention program to prevent the unlawful possession, use, or distribution of illicit drugs and alcohol by students and employees.

    A copy of this document is distributed annually by e-mail to each student and employee and in writing to prospective students and employees upon request.

    View Safety Report View File

  • Availability of Financial Aid

    Financial aid at New England Institute of Technology is available from a variety of sources: non-repayable grants, scholarships, work study programs, student loans, and NEIT’s own tuition payment plan. Applicants may receive aid through any or all of these programs, depending on their financial need.

    A financial aid  officer will review the availability of grants and loans and can provide assistance in completing the required financial aid applications.

    Financial Aid programs available are:

    Federal Pell Grant
    Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant (FSEOG)
    Federal Work Study (FWS)
    Federal Stafford Loan Program (FFELP)
    Federal Direct Parent Loan for Undergraduate Students (FDPLUS)
    State Grants
    Private Scholarships and Loans
    Institutional Scholarships

    For a listing of eligibility requirements for federal, state, institutional and private funding sources please refer to the Student Guide to Financial Aid.

    Financial Aid Awarding Policy
    NEIT takes into consideration all financial sources when awarding aid to eligible applicants. For the purpose of this policy, “aid” includes grants, loans, and scholarships of any form.

    If, after initial awards have been made, a student receives aid which brings his or her total aid package above the “cost of attendance” (the total amount it is determined it will cost a student to attend NEIT), NEIT will re-assign some of the funds awarded to the student.

    It is the intention of this policy to ensure that aid resources are made available to as many students as possible.

    Federal Student Financial Aid Penalties for Drug Law Violations – Students are advised that a conviction for any offense, during a period of enrollment for which the student was receiving Title IV, HEA program funds, under any federal or state law involving the possession or sale of illegal drugs will result in the loss of eligibility for any Title IV, HEA grant, loan, or work-study assistance.

  • Board of Trustees

    William Croasdale, Vice Chairman
    Kingston, RI
    B.A. – University of Rhode Island
    M.S. – University of Pennsylvania
    Ed.D. – Columbia University
    Professor of Education – University of Rhode Island

    Joseph DeAngelis, Esq.
    Cranston, RI
    B.A. – Providence College
    J.D. – Suffolk University Law School
    Lawyer and partner in the firm of
    Adler Pollack and Sheehan
    Providence, Rhode Island

    James Diossa
    Central Falls, RI
    B.A.—Becker College
    Senior Advisor, Brown University Policy Lab
    Providence, Rhode Island

    Francis X. Flaherty, Esq.
    Warwick, RI
    B.A. – Providence College
    J.D. – Suffolk University Law School
    Former Justice, Supreme Court of the State of Rhode Island
    Providence, Rhode Island

    Marcia R. Gilman, Trustee Emerita
    Weston, MA
    B.A. – Simmons College
    Administration: Mass. Trade Shop School
    Founding Member: National Association of
    Trade and Technical Schools (NATTS)

    Richard I. Gouse
    Barrington, RI
    B.A. – Brown University
    University of Poitiers – France
    President,
    New England Institute of Technology

    Seth A. Kurn
    Providence, RI
    B.A., Brown University
    M.B.A., University of Massachusetts
    Executive Vice President Emeritus,
    New England Institute of Technology

    Phillip Kydd
    Warwick, RI
    B.A. – University of Rhode Island
    Executive in Residence, University of Rhode Island

    Lynette Labinger, Esq.
    Providence, RI
    B.A. – Mt. Holyoke College
    J.D. – New York University School of Law
    Attorney:  Lynette Labinger, Attorney at Law
    Former Chief Judge, Housing Court of the City of Providence, 2007-2018

    Roanne Sragow LichtEsq.
    Westwood, MA
    B.A. – Tufts University
    J.D. – Boston College Law School
    First Justice, Cambridge District Court

    Steven L. Meltzer, Esq., Chairman
    Potomac, MD
    B.A. – Brown University
    J.D. – Harvard University Law School
    M.B.A. – Harvard University Business School
    Lawyer and partner in the firm of
    Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP
    Washington, D.C.

  • Campus Setting

    New England Institute of Technology has its main campus in East Greenwich, Rhode Island, with two other locations in nearby Warwick, Rhode Island.

    New England Tech’s newest campus at One New England Tech Boulevard, East Greenwich, RI, covers over 200 acres and currently features a completely renovated 265,000 square foot educational facility. Among many of its features include specialized laboratories offering students the opportunity to work with equipment found in industry; video laboratories featuring HD equipment; a nursing simulation lab, complete with computerized talking mannequins; and a new 17,250 sq. ft. library with sixty (60) personal computers for individual use, and high tech collaboration rooms allowing students to connect up to six laptop computers and display the information on their laptop to a large screen within the work space.

    The Julian B. Gouse Campus, located at 2500 Post Road, in Warwick, Rhode Island, features a newly renovated 57,000 square foot facility containing classroom and laboratory space. The Gouse Campus is named after the late trustee and benefactor of the university. Julian B. Gouse was a member of the original Board of Directors of the National Association of Trade and Technical Schools; a trustee of New England Institute of Technology; and, for twenty years, president of one of America’s leading technical schools, Massachusetts Trade Shop School.

    The nearby Access Road Campus consists of four buildings, containing more than 114,000 square feet of office, classroom, and laboratory space featuring a custom-designed 53,000 square-foot facility dedicated exclusively to the training of automotive technicians which opened in April 2005. The Access Road Campus receives power from a 156 foot wind turbine, an array of 135 solar panels, and is heated and cooled by a geothermal system.

    All buildings on the East Greenwich, Gouse, and Access Road Campuses were either originally designed or extensively remodeled to serve the institutional needs of the university, its mission and purposes. Laboratories have been conceived for the technology of the 21st century and they equal or surpass industry standards. Spacious and well-lighted, many of these combined classroom/laboratories have been custom-built to faculty and staff specifications. These facilities integrate computers into a highly functional setting for the technological training that is necessary to prepare students for successful applications in the workplace.

    The university requires that all students be prepared to take classes and receive services at any of NEIT’s locations where the appropriate classes and services are offered. It is not possible for a student to take an entire program including liberal arts courses at the Access Road Campus.

  • Degrees

    Requirements for degrees or other forms of academic recognition

    Graduation with an Associate Degree

    To be eligible for graduation with an Associate in Science degree from NEIT, students must:

    1. successfully complete all courses listed in the curriculum they are pursuing;
    2. have a cumulative grade point average of at least 2.0 (unless otherwise indicated by program);
    3. complete the last 34 credit hours at NEIT as a residency requirement and have received academic credit for the balance of the program; and,
    4. fulfill all financial obligations to the university.

    Graduation with a Bachelor’s Degree

    To be eligible for graduation from NEIT with a Bachelor of Science degree, students must:

    1. successfully complete all courses listed in the curriculum they are pursuing;
    2. have a cumulative grade point average of at least 2.0 (unless otherwise indicated by program);
    3. complete the last 60 credit hours at NEIT as a residency requirement and have received academic credit for the balance of the program; and,
    4. fulfill all financial obligations to the university.

    Residency requirements may be partially waived with the written permission of the Office of Teaching and Learning.

    Graduation with a Master’s Degree

    To be eligible for graduation from NEIT with a Master of Science degree, students must:

    1. successfully complete all courses listed in the curriculum they are pursuing;
    2. have a cumulative grade point average of at least 3.0;
    3. complete the number of credit hours at NEIT that are specified for the program and have received academic credit for the balance of the program; and,
    4. fulfill all financial obligations to the university.

    Graduation with a Doctoral Degree

    To be eligible for graduation from NEIT with a Post-Professional Occupational Therapy Doctoral Degree, students must:
    1. successfully complete all courses listed in the curriculum they are pursuing;
    2. have a cumulative grade point average of at least 3.0; and,
    3. fulfill all financial obligations to the university.

    Dual Degree Policy

    A dual degree, for the purposes of this policy, refers to the pursuit of a second associate degree or a second bachelor’s degree at the New England Institute of Technology. Students may pursue a second associate degree or a second bachelor’s degree by completing a minimum of 34 additional technical credits in the second degree program. The additional technical credits in the second degree program shall be comprised of the technical degree requirements in the second program as well as any technical electives as approved by the Department Chair. Technical electives will be approved with consideration of relevancy to the chosen field of study. Liberal arts courses may only be included as part of the additional technical credits if the second degree program requires specific core liberal arts electives not already completed in the first degree program. All requests for a dual degree must be approved by the Office of Teaching and Learning.

    NEIT reserves the right to refuse admission to any student for any reason other than race, color, religious belief, sexual orientation, national origin, age, or disability.

  • Educational Philosophy

    New England Institute of Technology is a private, non-profit, technical university whose mission is to provide undergraduate and graduate degree programs for students from diverse educational backgrounds and with differing levels of ability. The university’s mission evolved from the principle that all persons, regardless of age, gender, disability, socioeconomic circumstances, religious, racial or ethnic background, should have access to career opportunities through a quality technical education. To achieve this purpose, NEIT is first and foremost an institution committed to teaching.

    At NEIT, we believe and affirm that every student can learn; we recognize that different students may learn in different ways with differing levels of ability; and we recognize the importance of creating a learning environment in each classroom and laboratory that both challenges and supports each of our students.

    Definition of an Educated Person

    The New England Institute of Technology philosophy of education described in its Educational Philosophy is embraced firmly by faculty and staff. This philosophy is guided and sustained by the NEIT Statement of Mission and Objectives. It is intrinsic to the culture of the university and it is manifest in how and what the faculty teach and in what they expect of NEIT graduates as educated persons.

    NEIT’s graduates achieve technical competence, and develop the values and standards of professional and ethical behavior that can serve them well in both the workplace and in our democratic society. These values include responsible citizenship, an appreciation of and respect for cultural diversity, and an informed world-view.

    NEIT anticipates that its graduates know how to observe and to read carefully, to analyze and evaluate facts and ideas, to reach valid and well-supported conclusions, and to communicate clearly. The university expects also that its graduates appreciate other fields of knowledge—science, the arts and humanities, and the social sciences—and that they are able to integrate what they have learned from these subjects within their technical and professional fields.

    The faculty strive to instill in their students the belief that knowledge coupled with experience leads to wisdom, and that education does not end with a degree, but continues throughout one’s lifetime. In the process, NEIT graduates may discover the joy to be found in learning, the hallmark of an educated person.

  • Enrollment

    Fall enrollment 2019:  The most recent data available

    Total enrollment: 2,516

    Source: Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System

  • Faculty

    Faculty

    Architectural Building Engineering Technology,  Interior Design, Civil Engineering Technology, Construction Management, Plumbing, Heating, and Refrigeration, Air Conditioning Technologies

    Philip Marks
    Associate Professor and Chair
    B. of Arch. Eng., Southern Polytechnic State University
    LEED AP

    Michael Hayes
    Assistant Professor and Associate Chair
    B.A., University of Rhode Island
    M.S., Drexel University
    LEED AP

    Architectural Building Engineering Technology/Interior Design/Civil Engineering Technology/Construction Management

    Mia Alwen
    Assistant Professor
    B.A., Hobart and William Smith Colleges
    M.I.A., Rhode Island School of Design

    Paul Champigny
    Associate Professor
    B.S., Roger Williams College
    M.A., University of Rhode Island

    Dawn Edmondson
    Professor
    B.S., Atlantic Union College
    M.F.A., I.A., Goddard College

    Thomas Lonardo
    Assistant Professor
    B. of Arch., University of Miami

    Heating Technology

    Clinton J. Shurtleff
    Associate Professor
    B.S., Rhode Island College

    Dennis Sousa, Jr.
    Instructor
    A.S., New England Institute of Technology

    Plumbing Technology

    John Tavanian
    Assistant Professor
    A.S., New England Institute of Technology
    B.A., Rhode Island College

    Refrigeration/Air Conditioning Technology

    Brian Sullivan
    Assistant Professor
    A.S., New England Institute of Technology

    Automotive Technology/Automotive Collision Repair Technology

    Robert Kennedy
    Assistant Professor and Assistant Chair
    B.A., Rhode Island College

    Manuel Couto
    Assistant Professor
    B.S., Rhode Island College

    Edwin Egge
    Assistant Professor
    B.S., Roger Williams College

    Herbert A. Gowdey, Jr.
    Instructor
    B.S., Rhode Island College

    Michael Isabella
    Assistant Professor
    B.S., Rhode Island College

    Mark Lite
    Associate Professor
    B.S., Worcester Polytechnic Institute
    M.S., Lesley College

    Derek Martel
    Assistant Professor
    A.S., New England Institute of Technology
    B.S., New England Institute of Technology

    Daniel Perry, Jr.
    Instructor
    A.S., Ferris State University
    B.S., New England Institute of Technology

    Virgilio Tavares
    Assistant Professor and Assistant Chair
    A.A., Community College of Rhode Island
    B.S., Rhode Island College

    Arthur Testa, Jr.
    Assistant Professor
    B.S., Rhode Island College

    Biological Sciences

    Paula T. Cantwell
    Associate Professor and Chair
    A.A., Community College of Rhode Island
    A.S., Holyoke Community College
    B.S., Westfield State College
    B.S.N., University of Rhode Island
    M.A., University of Rhode Island

    Elizabeth Dubofsky-Porter
    Assistant Professor
    B.A., Boston University
    M.S., University of New Hampshire

    Debra Lundin
    Assistant Professor
    B.S., Eckerd College
    M.S., University of Rhode Island

    Shellee Morehead
    Assistant Professor
    B.S., Worcester Polytechnic Institute
    M.S., Worcester Polytechnic Institute
    Ph.D., University of Utah

    Building Construction Technology

    Daniel Ducharme
    Instructor and Chair
    A.S., New England Institute of Technology

    Business Management

    Christine Stevens
    Associate Professor and Chair
    B.S., Pennsylvania State University
    M.B.A., University of Rhode Island
    Ed.D., Johnson and Wales University

    Heidi Allen
    Associate Professor
    B.A., Brown University
    M.Ed., Rhode Island College
    J.D., Suffolk University Law School

    Elizabeth C. Hoch
    Associate Professor
    B.A., Emmanuel College
    M.A.T., Rhode Island College

    Henry Johnson
    Assistant Professor
    B.S., Johnson and Wales University
    M.B.A., Johnson and Wales University
    C.A.G.S., Johnson and Wales University

    Sean Trainor
    Assistant Professor
    B.A., Providence College
    M.B.A., Babson College – F.W. Olin Graduate School of Business

    Criminal Justice

    Raymond J. Angell III, Esq.
    Professor and Chair
    B.S., Roger Williams University
    B.A., Rhode Island College
    J.D., Roger Williams University

    Sean Carmody
    Instructor
    B.A., State University of New York, Potsdam
    M.A., Anna Maria College

    Digital Media Production

    Thomas P. Strolla
    Professor and Chair
    B.A., State University of New York at Oswego
    M.A., Rhode Island College

    Michael Davis
    Professor
    B.S., Lyndon State College
    M.A., University of Massachusetts

    Sally Kingsbury
    Professor
    B.A., Bucknell University
    M.A.T., George Washington University

    Matt Morin
    Assistant Professor
    A.S., New England Institute of Technology
    B.S., New England Institute of Technology

    Anthony Ricci
    Assistant Professor
    B.S., Berklee College of Music

    Electrical Technology/Electrical Technology with Renewable Energy Systems/Electronics, Robotics, and Drones Technology/Electrical Engineering Technology

    Michael T. Eggeman
    Associate Professor and Chair
    A.S., New England Institute of Technology
    B.S., University of Rhode Island
    M.S., New England Institute of Technology

    Electrical Technology/Electrical Technology with Renewable Energy Systems

    Edmund Borges
    Assistant Professor
    B.S.E.E., Brown University

    Margaret McKenna
    Professor
    A.S., New England Institute of Technology
    B.A., Barrington College
    M.Ed., Rhode Island College
    Master and Journey Electrician, RI

    Paul V. Westrom
    Associate Professor
    B.S., New School for Social Research
    M.S., Capella University
    Journey Electrician, RI

    Electronics, Robotics, and Drones Technology/Electrical Engineering Technology​

    Antonio Coelho
    Assistant Professor
    A.S., Community College of Rhode Island
    B.S., University of Rhode Island
    B.S., New England Institute of Technology

    Michael Recorvitz
    Professor
    A.S.E.E., Community College of Rhode Island
    B.S., Rhode Island College
    B.S.E.E.T., Roger Williams College
    M.A., Rhode Island College

    Engineering Management/ Mechanical Engineering Technology/ Welding Engineering Technology

    Dean A. Plowman
    Assistant Professor and Chair
    A.S., Community College of Rhode Island
    Roger Williams College
    B.S., University of Massachusetts, Dartmouth
    M.B.A., Providence College

    Jennifer Hurley
    Associate Professor
    B.S., University of Massachusetts, Dartmouth
    M.S., University of Massachusetts, Dartmouth

    Timothy Kinnaman
    Instructor
    A.S., New England Institute of Technology

    Andrea Unger
    Assistant Professor
    A.S., New England Institute of Technology
    B.S., University of Massachusetts, Dartmouth
    M.A.T., Providence College

    Christopher Vasconcelos
    Assistant Professor
    B.S., New England Institute of Technology
    M.S., Bridgewater State University

    Graphics, Multimedia and Web Design

    Warrick Mitchell
    Associate Professor and Chair
    B.S., Boston University
    M.S., Rhode Island College

    John Szymkowicz
    Associate Professor
    A.S., New England Institute of Technology
    B.S., New England Institute of Technology
    M.A., Rhode Island College

    Health Science/Medical Assisting and Administration

    Elizabeth O’Brien
    Assistant Professor and Chair
    B.S.N., University of Lowell

    Humanities and Social Sciences

    Suzanne Gemma
    Associate Professor and Chair
    B.A., University of Rhode Island
    J.D., Boston College

    Sarah Franco
    Assistant Professor
    B.A., University of Rochester
    M.A., Simmons College
    Ph.D., University of New Hampshire

    Sarah Holmes
    Associate Professor
    B.A., State University of New York, Fredonia
    M.A., State University of New York, Brockport
    Ph.D., University of Rhode Island

    John Izzo
    Assistant Professor
    B.A., Providence College
    J.D., Suffolk University Law School

    Moira Keating
    Associate Professor
    B.A., College of the Holy Cross
    M.A., University of Rhode Island
    Ph.D., University of Rhode Island

    William Murphy
    Associate Professor
    B.A., Harvard University
    M.A., University of Pennsylvania
    Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania

    Information Technology/ Cybersecurity and Network Engineering/Cybersecurity Defense/Game Development and Simulation Programming/Software Engineering and Web Development/Video Game Design

    Erik van Renselaar
    Professor and Chair
    M.S., University of Groningen, The Netherlands

    E. Martin Truchon
    Associate Professor and Assistant Chair
    B.A., St. Leo’s College
    M.S., Johnson & Wales University

    Jason Aguiar
    Associate Professor
    A.S., New England Institute of Technology
    B.A., Emerson College
    M.S., New England Institute of Technology

    William Culbertson
    Professor
    B.F.A., Towson State University
    M.A., Rhode Island School of Design

    Timothy Culhane
    Associate Professor
    B.A., University of Rhode Island
    M.A., University of Rhode Island

    Jordan Dubreuil
    Assistant Professor
    A.A., Bristol Community College
    B.Arch., Roger Williams University

    Sal Gelsomino
    Assistant Professor
    B.S., Providence College
    M.A., Providence College

    Timothy M. Henry
    Professor
    B.S., United States Coast Guard Academy
    M.S., Old Dominion University
    Ph.D., University of Rhode Island

    David Johnson
    Associate Professor
    B.A., Rhode Island College
    M.F.A., Lesley University

    Jason Kayarian
    Assistant Professor
    B.A., University of Rhode Island
    M.S., New England Institute of Technology

    R. Scott Lambert
    Associate Professor
    A.S., Community College of Rhode Island
    B.A., Rhode Island College
    M.S., Nova Southeastern University
    Ed.D., Regis College

    James McClure
    Assistant Professor
    B.A., Cogswell Polytechnical College
    M.B.A., Babson College – F.W. Olin Graduate School of Business

    Vinny Ritoli
    Instructor
    A.S., New England Institute of Technology
    B.F.A., American Intercontinental University

    George Saban
    Professor
    B.S., Cebu Institute of Technology
    M.S., Bryant University
    Ed.D., Northeastern University

    Katherine Truchon
    Instructor
    B.F.A., The Maine College of Art

    Marine Technology

    Theodore D. Chamberlin
    Assistant Professor
    A.S., Florida Institute of Technology
    B.S., University of Rhode Island

    Mathematics and Sciences

    Sharon Ryan
    Associate Professor and Chair
    B.S., University of Rhode Island
    M.Ed., Providence College
    M.A.T., Providence College

    John P. Mycroft
    Associate Professor and Assistant Chair
    B.A., Rhode Island College
    Ph.D., University of Rhode Island

    John Burger
    Professor
    B.S., Rochester Institute of Technology
    M.A., Rhode Island College

    Kara Lau
    Assistant Professor
    B.A., Rhode Island College
    M.A., Providence College

    Justine Moore
    Assistant Professor
    B.A., Rhode Island College
    M.A., University of Rhode Island

    Diana Smith
    Assistant Professor
    B.A., University of Rhode Island
    M.S., University of Rhode Island
    Ph.D., University of Rhode Island

    Medical Laboratory Technology

    Rebbecca Silva
    Assistant Professor and Chair
    B.S., University of Rhode Island
    M.S., University of Rhode Island

    Nursing

    Robert Desrosiers
    Assistant Professor and Director of Nursing
    Diploma, St. Joseph School of Nursing
    B.S.N., Salve Regina University
    D.N.P., University of Rhode Island

    Ashley Amrol
    Instructor
    B.S., University of Rhode Island
    B.S.N., University of Rhode Island
    M.S.N., American International College

    Dianne Black Stanton
    Assistant Professor and MSN Program Coordinator
    B.S., Merrimack College
    M.S.N. & B.S.N., Regis College
    D.N.P., Chamberlain College of Nursing

    Linda J. Del Vecchio-Gilbert
    Professor
    B.S.N., University of Rhode Island
    M.S.N., Emory University
    D.N.P., Simmons College

    Mary Catherine Kelly
    Associate Professor
    B.S., Georgetown University
    M.S.N., University of Texas
    M.A./C.A.G.S., Salve Regina University

    Suzan Menihan
    Associate Professor & Program Operational Lead
    B.S.N., University of Rhode Island
    M.S.N., University of Rhode Island
    D.N.P., American Sentinel University

    Robbin Neill
    Simulation Laboratory Instructor
    A.D.N., Community College of Rhode Island
    B.S.N., Kaplan University
    M.S.N., Grand Canyon University

    Stacie Nunziato
    Instructor
    A.A.S., Raritan Valley Community College
    B.S.N., Salve Regina University
    M.S.N., Chamberlain College of Nursing
    D.N.P., Chamberlain College of Nursing

    Elizabeth Raposa
    Assistant Professor & Program Academic Lead
    B.S.N., University of Rhode Island
    M.S.N., University of Massachusetts, Worcester
    D.N.P., American Sentinel University

    Frank Raposa
    Nursing Simulation Lab Coordinator
    B.S., University of Rhode Island

    Betty Sadaniantz
    Associate Professor
    B.S.N., Rhode Island College
    M.S.N., Medical University of South Carolina
    D.N.P., University of Rhode Island

    Occupational Therapy

    Carol A. Doehler
    Professor and Chair
    B.S., Quinnipiac University
    M.S., University of New Hampshire
    O.T.D., Mt. Mary University

    Mary Brinson
    Associate Professor
    B.S., Indiana University
    M.S., Boston University
    O.T.D., Boston University

    Randal Fedoruk
    Professor and Program Director for M.S. in
    Occupational Therapy Program
    B.S., University of Alberta
    M.A., New York University
    O.T.D., Rocky Mountain University

    Cynthia Fuchs
    Professor
    B.S., Utica College of Syracuse University
    California State University, Dominguez Hills

    Joanne Jones
    Professor
    A.S., Johnson and Wales University
    B.S., University of Texas, Galveston
    M.S., Texas Tech University
    O.T.D., Rocky Mountain University

    Julia Ann Laird
    Lab Assistant/Instructor
    B.S., The College of New Jersey
    M.S., Boston University

    Mary Litchfield
    Academic Fieldwork Coordinator/Instructor
    A.S., Quinnebaug Valley Community College
    A.S., New England Institute of Technology
    M.S.O.T., New England Institute of Technology

    Patricia McGee
    Instructor
    B.S., Sacred Heart University
    M.S., Sacred Heart University

    Bethany Pratt
    Level 1 Field Coordinator / Assistant Professor
    B.A., University of Rhode Island
    A.S., New England Institute of Technology
    M.S.O.T., New England Institute of Technology

    Elizabeth Remillard
    Academic Fieldwork Coordinator/Instructor
    B.S., Boston University
    M.S., Boston University

    Physical Therapist Assistant

    Laurie A. Miner
    Associate Professor and Chair
    B.S., Ithaca College
    M.S., State University of New York, Albany
    Ph.D., State University of New York, Albany

    Debra Adams
    Associate Professor
    B.S., Quinnipiac University
    D.P.T., College of St. Scholastica

    Russell Benoit
    Assistant Professor
    B.S., University of Massachusetts, Lowell
    M.S., University of Massachusetts, Lowell

    Michael A. Favocci
    Academic Coordinator of Clinical Education and Assistant Professor
    A.A.S., Newbury College
    B.S., University of Rhode Island

    Public Health

    Magali Angeloni
    Assistant Professor and Chair
    M.B.A., Providence College
    Dr.PH, University of Illinois

    Respiratory Care

    Paul Mangino
    Assistant Professor and Chair
    B.S., Northeastern University
    M.Ed., Johnson & Wales University
    C.A.G.S., Johnson & Wales University
    Ed.D., Johnson & Wales University

    Deborah Walsh
    Assistant Professor
    A.S., Laboure College
    B.S., Bridgewater State College
    M.Ed., University of Rhode Island

    Surgical Technology

    Lisa Reed
    Professor and Chair
    A.S., Bristol Community College
    B.S., Rhode Island College
    M.S., Salve Regina University

    Megan S. Treloar
    Assistant Professor
    A.S., New England Institute of Technology
    B.A., University of Massachusetts, Dartmouth

    Veterinary Technology

    Christopher Hannafin ​
    Assistant Professor and Chair
    B.S., University of Rhode Island
    D.V.M., Ross School of Veterinary Medicine

    Donna Fortin Davidson
    Assistant Professor
    B.S., University of Rhode Island
    D.V.M., Tufts University

    Nicholas Raimondi
    Instructor
    B.S., University of New Hampshire

    Melanie Reilly
    Instructor
    A.S., St. Petersburg College
    B.S., Purdue University

    Adjunct Faculty – click here for complete listing
  • Fees, Charges and Refunds

    Requirements and procedures and policies related to student fees, charges and refund policies

    Tuition

    Full-Time Students
    Normally, for purposes of tuition assessment, NEIT defines a full-time course load as 10 technical credits per term. Some terms may include some liberal arts courses to achieve 10 credits. The tuition for these terms will remain at the full-time tuition rate.

    Please note that NEIT’s definition of full-time for purposes of tuition assessment differs from the definition of a “full-time student” used by the federal government for the purpose of awarding financial aid. See the section on Financial Aid for additional details. Please contact the Student Accounts Office for further information on tuition.

    Part-Time Students
    Part-time status is allowed for bachelor-level and graduate programs only. Students enrolled in an approved part-time curriculum may take up to 6 credits in their major per term or up to 10 credits in their major and liberal arts credits per term. Part-time students pay tuition at the part-time rate in effect at the time they enroll in the part-time program.

    Non-Matriculated Students
    Students who have not enrolled in a program of study but wish to take individual courses will pay the cost-per-credit rate in effect at the time they enroll for the course.

    Program Rate Charge for an Individual Course
    Students repeating an individual course or taking an elective course not required for graduation pay the program rate charge in effect at the time they take the course.

    Students who have transfer, portfolio review, or challenge credits approved by the Office of Teaching and Learning will receive a tuition reduction for transferred technical courses subject to certain restrictions. The tuition reduction, computed on a program rate basis, will be applied in the final term of the student’s curriculum to offset the tuition assessment. No tuition credit is allowed for courses not in the major.

    Students who elect to take the courses in their major in the curriculum at a faster rate than the rate specified in the curriculum will be assessed additional tuition charges.

    Fees

    Registration and Administrative Fees
    A registration fee is charged at the beginning of the first academic term. An administrative fee is charged at the beginning of each academic term. These fees cover the costs of administrative processing required for each student to register for each academic term and are non-refundable. See the tuition and fee schedule for current rates.

    Student and Technology Fee
    These fees are charged at the beginning of each academic term. These fees assist NEIT in providing the required hardware and software throughout the institution, internet accessibility, and university-sponsored services such as student accident insurance, the maintenance of the student parking areas, parking stickers, and the I.D./Library card. See the Tuition and Fee Schedule for current rates.

    Laboratory Fees
    A laboratory fee is charged at the beginning of each academic term and is used to cover the costs of equipment and material used in all technical courses. See the Tuition and Fee Schedule for current rates.

    Other Fees
    There may be other incidental charges assessed for certain courses to cover material that will be consumed during the period of study.

    Cancellation Policy

    Should an applicant not be accepted by the Admissions Office, the applicant will receive notification. New England Tech will make a complete refund of all monies paid less the non-refundable application fee.

    Applicants who have been accepted by the Admissions Office may cancel their enrollment at the university prior to starting classes by written notice to the Director of Admissions. Students who cancel their enrollment or do not attend one class will receive a 100% refund of all payments less the non-refundable application fee, registration and administrative fees.

    NEIT reserves the right at any time and for any reason not prohibited by law, to return any tuition and fees or part thereof to any registered student who in the opinion of the university is unfit for the profession selected.

    Institutional Tuition and Fees Refund Policy

    1. Any refunds of tuition, student and lab fees, and meal plans for resident students are calculated on an academic term basis.

    2.Students who withdraw from NEIT must notify the Registrar’s Office in writing. Absence from class does not constitute withdrawal. Tuition and fees refunds are pro-rated based on the following schedule:

    Written notification received by the Registrar:

    • In the first week* of class: refund of 75% of the term’s tuition and fees
    • In the second week* of class: refund of 50% of the term’s tuition and fees
    • In the third week* of class: refund of 25% of the term’s tuition and fees
    • After the third week* of class: no refund

    3. Resident students who withdraw from NEIT or who plan to move out of NEIT housing for other reasons must immediately notify the Office of Residence Life by completing the Housing Move-Out Form located in My Housing on the Student Website. Moving out of the residence hall or not staying in one’s assigned room does not constitute withdrawal from housing. Students who assume residence in on-campus housing in any given term are responsible for all room charges for that term. There are no refunds.

    Meal plan refunds are pro-rated based on the following schedule for resident students who withdraw from NEIT:

    Written notification received by the Director of Residence Life:

    • In the first week* of class, will result in a refund of 75% of the term’s meal plan.
    • In the second week* of class, will result in a refund of 50% of the term’s meal plan.
    • In the third week* of class, will result in a refund of 25% of the term’s meal plan.
    • After the third week* of class, will result in no refund.

    Resident students who remain enrolled at NEIT and change to commuter status during an academic term must use their remaining meal plan balance before the end of the term in which they move out of the residence hall; and, they must use the remaining dining flex dollars before the end of the academic year (three consecutive academic terms). There will be no refunds of meal plans or flex dollars.

    4. Commuter students may purchase a declining balance meal plan from Chartwells, the company that provides food services at NEIT. Information about commuter students’ meal plan refunds can be found on Chartwells’  website, Dineoncampus.com/NETech.

    *Note: A week is an academic week, which begins on Sunday and ends on Saturday. An academic term is comprised of ten (10) weeks.

    Return of Funds

    Federal, state and institutional financial aid will be returned to the appropriate source (e.g., federal, state or other lender) in accordance with federal and state regulations in effect at the time of the student’s withdrawal. Information about the requirements for determining the treatment of Title IV funds when a student withdraws is available in the “Student Guide” which may be obtained in the Financial Aid Office.

    See also: “Refunds to Financial Aid Programs” in the Financial Assistance Section of the catalog.

    Repeating a Course
    Repeating a Technical Course, Changing a Major, or Extending Studies an Additional Term

    Subject to certain restrictions, students are allowed one opportunity, and only one, to either:

    1. repeat a course or courses in any one term without incurring any additional tuition cost.
    or 2. attend one additional term as a result of a change in the student’s major without incurring any additional tuition cost for the additional term.
    or 3. attend one additional term to complete courses prescribed in a student’s curriculum without incurring any additional tuition cost for the additional term.

    Students are strongly encouraged, prior to scheduling repeat courses, changing majors, or extending their studies, to contact the Student Accounts Office to determine the implications, financial and otherwise, of these actions, including certain restrictions that may exist.

  • Public Information and Availability of NEIT Publications

    Public Information

    Routine requests for information are handled swiftly by the office concerned by calling (401) 739-5000 and the office extension listed in the Student Consumer Information document.

    Availability of NEIT’s Publications

    University publications are made readily available to students and the public. The office of the Executive Vice President oversees all university publications and is the source for any response to reasonable requests for information not of a routine nature. A fair summary of NEIT’s most recent financial statement is available from the Vice President for Finance.

  • Statement of Mission and Objectives

    The mission of New England Institute of Technology (NEIT) is to provide specialized undergraduate and graduate degree programs which prepare students for professional and technical careers. Through the combination of professional and technical courses and an integrated liberal arts core, academic programs emphasize the relevance of continuous learning to personal and professional growth. Upon successful completion, graduates are prepared to enter the workforce or to continue their education. As an extension of the primary mission, NEIT offers the opportunity to pursue professional and technological studies to satisfy personal interests.

    As an institution primarily devoted to teaching, NEIT provides opportunities for students from diverse educational backgrounds and with varying levels of ability to study in a variety of technological fields.

    NEIT’s objectives are to:

    1. offer technology programs that meet the career-oriented needs of students and to assist each student in identifying and developing a career path of interest.
    2. stress the relationship between theoretical knowledge and practical application.
    3. provide a laboratory approach, which prepares students for business and industry.
    4. enable students to develop skills in writing, oral communication, and team building.
    5. use innovative learning approaches to help each student realize his or her academic potential.
    6. help students to develop skills in problem solving and in thinking logically, flexibly, and critically.
    7. foster the student’s potential to contribute to and participate in a rapidly changing technological society.
    8. provide a campus climate where our diverse student population is encouraged to respect the value of all people and to deal with social issues and responsibilities as members of our campus community and society.
    9. encourage students to develop pride in the quality of their work.
    10. create an appreciation for both the importance and joy of learning.
    11. be environmentally responsible in the development and maintenance of its campus and to include environmentally responsible technologies in its curriculum.

    10/27/17

  • Student Complaint Information

    Students taking classes at New England Institute of Technology (NEIT) should attempt to resolve any issues or complaints by first using the Student Conflict Resolution Procedure described in the Student Handbook. For cases that cannot be satisfactorily resolved internally, NEIT is required to provide both current and prospective students with contact information for filing complaints with its accrediting body and the appropriate state agency for handling complaints in a student’s resident state.

    New England Institute of Technology is accredited by the New England Commission of Higher Education (NECHE).  Accreditation by NECHE applies to the institution as a whole. Information regarding the NECHE complaint process can be found on its website: https://www.neche.org/for-the-public/comments-complaints/.

    Complaints concerning NEIT related to fraud or advertising, approval to operate, quality of education or accreditation requirements should be directed to the Rhode Island Office of the Attorney General, 150 South Main Street, Providence, RI 02903. http://www.riag.ri.gov/ConsumerProtection/About.php.

    Individuals located outside of Rhode Island (except those located in California or Massachusetts) may also direct complaints to the:

    Rhode Island Office of the Postsecondary Commissioner
    560 Jefferson Boulevard
    Warwick, Rhode Island 02886-1304
    401.736.1100
    Kimberly.Bright@riopc.edu

    Complaints by individuals located in California or Massachusetts should be made to their local state agency (see list below).

    Contact information for all state agencies is available below for students who wish to contact their local state agency.

    Alabama

    Alabama Department of Postsecondary Education
    Private School Licensure Division
    P.O. Box 302130
    Montgomery, AL 36130-2130
    www.accs.cc/index.cfm/school-licensure/complaints/

    Alaska
    Alaska Commission on Postsecondary Education
    PO Box 110505
    Juneau, AK 99811-0505
    EED.ACPE-IA@alaska.gov
    acpe.alaska.gov/ConsumerProtection

    Alaska Office of Attorney General
    Consumer Protection Unit
    1031 West Fourth Avenue, Suite 200
    Anchorage, AK 99501
    attorney.general@alaska.gov
    www.law.state.ak.us/pdf/consumer/FORM_complaint.pdf

    Arizona
    Arizona State Board for Private Postsecondary Education
    1740 W. Adams, 3rd Floor
    Phoenix, AZ 85007
    ppse.az.gov/complaint

    Arkansas
    Arkansas Department of Higher Education
    Coordinating Board
    423 Main Street, Suite 400
    Little Rock, AR 72201
    ADHE_Info@adhe.edu
    https://www.adhe.edu/institutions/academic-affairs/institutional-certification-advisory-committee/grievance-form

    Arkansas State Board of Private Career Education
    423 Main Street
    Little Rock, AR 72201
    sbpce@arkansas.gov
    www.sbpce.arkansas.gov/complaint-process”

    California
    California Bureau for Private Postsecondary Education
    PO Box 980818
    West Sacramento, CA 95798-0818
    dca@dca.ca.gov
    www.bppe.ca.gov/forms_pubs/complaint.pdf (form)

    Colorado
    Colorado Department of Higher Education
    1560 Broadway, Suite 1600
    Denver, CO 80202
    https://highered.colorado.gov/academics/complaints/FileComplaint.aspx

    Connecticut
    Office of Higher Education
    450 Columbus Boulevard, Suite 510 Hartford, CT 06103-1841
    www.ctohe.org/StudentComplaints.shtml

    Department of Consumer Protection
    Complaint Center
    450 Columbus Boulevard
    Hartford, CT 06103
    dcp.complaints@ct.gov 
    portal.ct.gov/DCP/Complaint-Center/Consumers—Complaint-Center
    Consumer Complaint Hotline: 800-842-2649

    Delaware
    Delaware Higher Education Office
    Townsend Building
    401 Federal Street, Suite 2
    Dover, DE 19901
    dheo@doe.k12.de.us

    Delaware Department of Justice Consumer Protection Unit Carvel State Office Bldg.
    820 N. French Street, 5th Floor
    Wilmington, DE 19801
    consumer.protection@state.de.us
    attorneygeneral.delaware.gov/fraud/cpu/complaint/

    District of Columbia
    District of Columbia
    Office of the State Superintendent of Education
    Higher Education Licensure Commission
    810 First Street NE, 2nd Floor
    Washington, DC 20002
    (202)727-6436
    osse.dc.gov/service/higher-education-licensure-commission-helc-public-complaints/

    Government of the District of Columbia
    Office of the Attorney General
    441 4th Street, NW
    Suite 600 South
    Washington, DC 20001
    OAG Consumer Protection Hotline: (202) 442-9828
    Website: oag.dc.gov
    oag.dc.gov/service/submit-consumer-complaint

    Florida
    Florida Department of Education
    Commission for Independent Education
    325 West Gaines Street, Suite 1414
    Tallahassee, FL 32399-0400
    www.fldoe.org/policy/cie/file-a-complaint.stml

    Georgia
    State of Georgia
    Nonpublic Postsecondary Education Commission
    2082 East Exchange Place, Suite 220
    Tucker, GA 30084-5305
    gnpec.georgia.gov/student-resources/student-complaints

    Hawaii
    State of Hawaii Office of Consumer Protection
    Department of Commerce & Consumer Affairs
    235 South Beretania St, Room 801
    Honolulu, HI 96813-2419
    hpeap@dcca.hawaii.gov 
    cca.hawaii.gov/ocp/
    cca.hawaii.gov/ocp/consumer-complaint/

    Idaho
    Idaho State Board of Education
    Attn: State Coordinator for Private Colleges and Proprietary Schools
    650 West State Street
    PO Box 83720
    Boise, ID 83720-0037
    board@osbe.idaho.gov
    boardofed.idaho.gov
    boardofed.idaho.gov/higher-education-private/private-colleges-degree-granting/student-complaint-procedures/

    Illinois
    Illinois Board of Higher Education
    1 N. Old State Capitol Plaza, Suite 333,
    Springfield, IL 62701-1377
    complaints.ibhe.org/
    General Information: info@ibhe.org
    Institutional Complaint Hotline: 217-557-7359

    Illinois Attorney General
    Consumer Fraud Bureau
    500 South Second Street
    Springfield, IL 62701
    www.illinoisattorneygeneral.gov/consumers/conscomp.pdf
    ccformsubmission.ilattorneygeneral.net/
    Consumer Fraud Hotlines:
    Chicago 1-800-386-5438, 1-800-964-3013 (TTY)
    Springfield 1-800-243-0618, 1-877-844-5461 (TTY)
    Carbondale 1-800-243-0607, 1-877-675-9339 (TTY)

    Indiana
    Indiana Commission for Higher Education
    Attn: Complaints
    101 West Ohio Street, Suite 550
    Indianapolis, IN 46204-1984
    www.in.gov/che/2744.htm

    Iowa
    Iowa College Student Aid Commission
    430 E. Grand Ave., FL 3
    Des Moines, IA 50309
    www.iowacollegeaid.gov/StudentComplaintForm 

    Kansas

    Kansas Board of Regents
    1000 Southwest Jackson Street, Suite 520
    Topeka, KS 66612-1368
    www.kansasregents.org/academic_affairs/private_out_of_state/complaint_process

    Kentucky
    Council on Postsecondary Education
    1024 Capital Center Drive, Suite 320
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Email: cpeconsumercomplaint@ky.gov

    Kentucky Commission on Proprietary Education
    300 Sower Boulevard
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    kcpe.ky.gov
    http://cpe.ky.gov/campuses/consumer_complaint.html

    Office of the Attorney General
    Consumer Protection Division
    1024 Capital Center Drive
    Frankfort, KY 40601
    Consumer.protection@ag.ky.gov
    ag.ky.gov/Priorities/Protecting-Kentuckians/Pages/default.aspx

    Louisiana
    Louisiana Board of Regents
    PO Box 3677
    Baton Rouge, LA 70821-3677
    regents.la.gov/students-parents/

    Maine
    Maine Department of Education
    23 State House Station
    Augusta, ME 04333-0023
    www.maine.gov/doe/home

    Office of the Maine Attorney General
    Attorney General’s Consumer
    Information and Mediation Service
    6 State House Station
    Augusta, ME 04333
    consumer.mediation@maine.gov
    www.maine.gov/ag/consumer/complaints/complaint_form.shtml

    Maryland
    Maryland Higher Education Commission
    6 North Liberty Street, 10th Floor
    Baltimore, MD 21201
    mhec.maryland.gov/institutions_training/Pages/career/pcs/complaint.aspx

    Maryland Office of the Attorney General
    Consumer Protection Division
    200 St. Paul Place
    Baltimore, MD 21202
    marylandattorneygeneral.gov/Pages/CPD/Complaint.aspx

    Massachusetts
    Massachusetts Board of Higher Education
    One Ashburton Place
    Room 1401
    Boston, MA 02108
    www.mass.edu/forstufam/complaints/complaints.asp

    Michigan
    State of Michigan
    Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs
    Corporations, Securities & Commercial Licensing Bureau
    Administrative Services Section – Complaint Intake
    P.O. Box 30018
    Lansing, MI 48909
    www.michigan.gov/pss

    Minnesota
    Minnesota Office of Higher Education
    1450 Energy Park Drive, Suite 350
    St. Paul, MN 55108-5227
    (651)259-3975 or 1(800)657-3866
    info.ohe@state.mn.us
    www.ohe.state.mn.us/mPg.cfm?pageID=1078

    Minnesota Attorney General’s Office
    1400 Bremer Tower
    445 Minnesota Street
    St. Paul, MN 55101
    www.ohe.state.mn.us/mPg.cfm?pageID=1078

    Mississippi
    Mississippi Commission on College Accreditation
    3825 Ridgewood Road
    Jackson, MS 39211-6453
    www.mississippi.edu/mcca/ (MCCA website)
    www.mississippi.edu/mcca/downloads/studentcomplaintform.pdf (instructions & form)

    Mississippi Commission of Proprietary Schools and College Registration
    3825 Ridgewood Road
    Jackson, MS 39211 P: 601-432-6185
    www.sbcjc.cc.ms.us/pdfs/pg/PSComplaintForm.pdf

    Office of the Attorney General
    State of Mississippi
    PO Box 22947
    Jackson, MS 39205
    www.ago.state.ms.us/contact/
    www.ago.state.ms.us/forms/complaint-form/

    Missouri
    Missouri Department of Higher Education
    205 Jefferson Street
    PO Box 1469
    Jefferson City, MO 65102-1469
    (573)526-1577
    info@dhe.mo.gov (email)
    dhewd.mo.gov/contactus.php

    Montana
    Montana University System
    Office of the Commissioner of Higher Education
    2500 Broadway Street
    PO Box 203201
    Helena, MT 59620-3201
    mus.edu/che/arsa/StateAuthorization/Students.asp

    Montana Department of Justice
    Office of Consumer Protection
    PO Box 200151
    Helena, MT 59620-0151
    contactocp@mt.gov
    dojmt.gov/consumer/consumer-complaints/

    Nebraska
    Nebraska’s Coordinating Commission for Postsecondary Education

    P.O. Box 95005
    Lincoln, NE 68509-5005
    ccpe.nebraska.gov/student-complaints-against-postsecondary-institutions

    Office of the Attorney General
    2115 State Capitol
    Lincoln, NE 68509
    ago.consumer@nebraska.gov

    Nebraska Department of Education
    301 Centennial Mall South
    P.O. Box 94987
    Lincoln, NE 68509-4987
    www.education.ne.gov/cc/complaint-form/

    Nevada 
    Nevada Commission on Postsecondary Education
    8778 South Maryland Parkway
    Suite 115
    Las Vegas, Nevada 89123
    cpe.nv.gov/Students/Students_Home/

    New Hampshire
    New Hampshire Department of Education
    101 Pleasant Street
    Concord, NH 03301-3494
    www.education.nh.gov/highered/
    my.doe.nh.gov/ESSWEB/HigherEducation/Complaint.aspx

    New Jersey
    New Jersey Commission on Higher Education
    Office of the Secretary of Higher Education
    1 John Fitch Plaza
    10th Floor, PO Box 542
    Trenton, NJ 08625-0542
    www.state.nj.us/highereducation/
    www.state.nj.us/highereducation/OSHEComplaintInstructions.shtml

    New Jersey Division of Consumer Affairs
    124 Halsey Street
    Newark, New Jersey 07102
    www.njconsumeraffairs.gov/Pages/File-a-Complaint.aspx

    New Mexico
    New Mexico Higher Education Department
    Private Postsecondary Schools Division
    2048 Galisteo Street, Suite 4
    Santa Fe, NM 87505-2100
    hed.state.nm.us/students-parents/student-complaints

    New York
    Office of College and University Evaluation
    New York State Education Department
    89 Washington Avenue
    Room 960 EBA
    Albany, NY  12234
    ocueinfo@nysed.gov
    www.nysed.gov/college-university-evaluation/filing-complaint-about-college-or-university

    New York State Education Department
    116 West 32nd Street, 5th Floor
    New York, New York 10001
    www.acces.nysed.gov/bpss/student-rights

    New York State Department of State
    Division of Consumer Protection
    Consumer Assistance Unit
    99 Washington Avenue
    Albany, New York 12231-0001
    Consumer Assistance Hotline: 518-474-8583 or 800-697-1220
    www.dos.ny.gov/consumerprotection/form/ComplaintForm1.asp

    North Carolina
    North Carolina Community College System Office of Proprietary Schools
    200 West Jones St.
    Raleigh, North Carolina 27603
    www.nccommunitycolleges.edu/proprietary-schools

    North Carolina Department of Justice
    Consumer Protection Division
    Attorney General’s Office
    Mail Service Center 9001
    Raleigh, NC 27699-9001
    ncdoj.gov/file-a-complaint/consumer-complaint/
    ncdoj.gov/file-a-complaint/consumer-complaint/

    North Dakota
    North Dakota University System
    State Authorization
    1815 Shafer Street, Ste. 202
    Bismarck, ND 58501-1217
    ndus.edu/state-authorization-sara/

    North Dakota Consumer Protection Division
    Office of Attorney General
    Gateway Professional Center
    1050 E. Interstate Ave. Suite 200
    Bismarck, ND 58503-5574
    attorneygeneral.nd.gov/sites/ag/files/documents/ConsumerComplaint-SFN7418.pdf

    Ohio
    Ohio State Board of Career Colleges and Schools
    30 East Broad Street, Suite 2481
    Columbus, OHIO 43215-31414
    scr.ohio.gov/
    scr.ohio.gov/Portals/0/PDFs/psr63.pdf?ver=2012-01-19-110616-257

    Ohio Department of Higher Education
    25 South Front Street
    Columbus, OH 43215
    www.ohiohighered.org/students/complaints

    Ohio Attorney General
    Consumer Protection Section
    30 East Broad Street, 14th Floor
    Columbus, OH 43215
    www.ohioattorneygeneral.gov

    Oklahoma
    Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education
    655 Research Parkway, Suite 200
    Oklahoma City, OK 73104
    (405) 225-9100
    www.okhighered.org/current-college-students/complaints

    State of Oklahoma
    Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education
    3700 N.W. Classen Boulevard, Suite 250
    Oklahoma City, OK 73118
    www.okhighered.org/current-college-students/complaints.shtml

    Oklahoma Office of the Attorney General
    Public Protection Unit
    Attn: Investigative Analyst
    313 N.E. 21st Street
    Oklahoma City, OK 73105
    www.oag.ok.gov/

    Oregon
    Higher Education Coordinating Commission
    Private Postsecondary Education
    Office of Degree Authorization
    255 Capitol St NE, Salem, OR 97310
    https://www.oregon.gov/highered/about/Pages/complaints.aspx

    Higher Education Coordinating Commission
    Office of Private Postsecondary Education: Private Career Schools
    775 Court Street NE Salem, OR 97301-3827
    www.oregon.gov/highered/about/Pages/complaints.aspx

    Oregon Department of Justice
    Consumer Protection
    help@oregonconsumer.gov
    justice.oregon.gov/consumercomplaints/OnlineComplaints/OnlineComplaintForm/en

    Pennsylvania
    Pennsylvania Department of Education
    333 Market Street, 12th floor
    Harrisburg, PA 17126
    www.education.pa.gov/Documents/Postsecondary-Adult/College%20and%20Career%20Education/Colleges%20and%20Universities/Higher%20Education%20Complaint%20Form.pdf

    Pennsylvania Office of Attorney General
    Bureau of Consumer Protection
    15th Floor, Strawberry Square
    Harrisburg, PA 17120
    www.attorneygeneral.gov/submit-a-complaint

    Puerto Rico
    Puerto Rico Council on Higher Education
    PO Box 1900
    San Juan, PR 00910-1900
    www.agencias.pr.gov/agencias/cepr/inicio/Pages/default.aspx

    Puerto Rico Department of Justice
    Apartado 9020192
    San Juan, PR 00902-0192
    www.justicia.pr.gov/

    Rhode Island
    Rhode Island Office of the Postsecondary Commissioner
    560 Jefferson Boulevard
    Warwick, Rhode Island 02886-1304
    401.736.1100
    Kimberly.Bright@riopc.edu

    Rhode Island Department of Attorney General
    Consumer Protection Unit
    150 South Main Street
    Providence, RI 02903
    (401) 274-4400
    www.riag.ri.gov/ConsumerProtection/About.php

    South Carolina
    South Carolina Commission on Higher Education
    1122 Lady Street, Suite 300
    Columbia, SC 29201
    www.che.sc.gov/
    https://www.che.sc.gov/CHE_Docs/AcademicAffairs/License/Complaint_procedures_and_form.pdf

    South Dakota
    South Dakota Board of Regents
    306 East Capitol Ave, Suite 200
    Pierre, SD 57501
    info@sdbor.edu
    www.sdbor.edu/Pages/default.aspx

    South Dakota Office of Attorney General
    Division of Consumer Protection
    1302 E Hwy 14, Suite 3
    Pierre, SD 57501-8053
    consumer.sd.gov/complaintform.aspx

    Tennessee
    Tennessee Higher Education Commission
    404 James Robertson Parkway
    Suite 1900
    Nashville, TN 37243
    www.tn.gov/thec/

    Texas
    Texas Workforce Commission
    Career Schools and Colleges
    101 East 15th Street, Room 226-T
    Austin, TX 78778-0001
    twc.texas.gov/partners/career-schools-colleges-forms-publications

    Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board
    1200 E. Anderson Lane
    Austin, Texas 78752
    www.thecb.state.tx.us/

    Office of Attorney General
    Consumer Protection Division
    P.O. Box 12548 Austin, TX 78711-2548
    www.texasattorneygeneral.gov/consumer-protection/file-consumer-complaint

    Utah

    Utah Department of Commerce
    Division of Consumer Protection
    160 East 300 South
    Salt Lake City, UT 84111
    consumerprotection@utah.gov
    dcp.utah.gov/complaints/index.html

    Vermont
    Vermont Agency of Education
    219 North Main Street, Suite 402
    Barre, VT 05641
    aoe.edinfo@vermont.gov
    education.vermont.gov/documents/EDU-VTAOE-Complaint_Resolution_for_Postsecondary_Education.pdf

    Vermont Attorney General’s Office
    109 State Street
    Montpelier, VT 05609
    AGO.CAP@vermont.gov
    www.uvm.edu/consumer?Page=complaint.html

    Virginia
    State Council of Higher Education for Virginia
    101 North 14th Street, 10th Floor
    James Monroe Building
    Richmond, VA 23219
    communications@schev.edu
    www.schev.edu/index/students-and-parents/resources/student-complaints

    Washington
    Washington Student Achievement Council
    917 Lakeridge Way SW
    Olympia, WA 98502
    info@wsac.wa.gov
    www.wsac.wa.gov/protecting-education-consumers

    Washington Workforce Training and Education Coordinating Board
    128 10th Avenue SW
    P.O. Box 43105
    Olympia, WA 98504-3105
    360-709-4600 workforce@wtb.wa.gov
    www.wtb.wa.gov/private-career-schools/

    Washington State
    Office of the Attorney General
    1125 Washington Street SE
    PO Box 40100
    Olympia, WA 98504-0100 fortress.wa.gov/atg/formhandler/ago/ContactForm.aspx?subject=Consumer%20Protection fortress.wa.gov/atg/formhandler/ago/ComplaintForm.aspx

    West Virginia
    West Virginia Higher Education Policy Commission
    1018 Kanawha Blvd, East, Suite 700
    Charleston, WV 25301

    West Virginia Office of the Attorney General
    Consumer Protection Division
    PO Box 1789
    Charleston, WV 25326-1789
    Consumer Protection Hotline:(800) 368-8808
    complaint@wvago.gov
    ago.wv.gov/consumerprotection/Pages/default.aspx 

    Wisconsin
    State of Wisconsin Educational Approval Board
    431 Charmany Drive, Suite 102
    Madison, WI 53719
    eabmail@eab.wisconsin.gov
    dsps.wi.gov/Pages/Programs/EducationalApproval/Student.aspx

    Wyoming
    Wyoming Department of Education
    Hathaway Building, 2nd Floor
    2300 Capitol Avenue
    Cheyenne, WY 82002
    edu.wyoming.gov
    edu.wyoming.gov/in-the-classroom/health-safety/facilities-safety/

    Office of the Attorney General
    Consumer Protection Unit
    Kendrick Building
    2320 Capitol Avenue
    Cheyenne, WY 82002
    ag.wyo.gov/cpu/consumer-complaints

    This list includes contact information for all 50 states, the District of Columbia, and Puerto Rico and should not be construed as informative of what agencies regulate the institution or in what states NEIT is licensed or required to be licensed.

    NEIT strives to keep this list current but it is possible that a state’s complaint process or contact information may change without NEIT’s awareness. If the information given for your state is inaccurate, or if you are having difficulty contacting an agency in your state, please contact NEIT’s Office of Student Support Services (401) 739-5000 Ext. 3441 for assistance.

  • Student Conduct

    Rules and regulations for student conduct

    STUDENTS’ RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES

    University policies, rules, and procedures setting forth student rights and responsibilities are published in the catalog and the Student Handbook. It is the student’s responsibility to review these publications. Copies of the most recent versions of these publications are available on the New England Tech Student Home Page http://students.neit.edu/.

    Student Conduct

    It is expected that each member of the university community will responsibly participate in a cooperative learning experience. To ensure the success of this experience, the university requires a community which encourages mutual respect. Students who have concerns of any kind are urged to consult immediately with an appropriate member of the university community. Students who are unclear as to who may best resolve their concerns should consult the Office of Student Support Services. This office will refer the student to the appropriate department and will assist the student as necessary.

    Students who have conflicts involving staff, other students, academic matters or any other aspect of their university experience should follow the procedures outlined in the Student Handbook entitled “Student Conflict Resolution Procedure.”

    Any student who feels he/she was unfairly disciplined or dismissed may petition in writing as published in the Student Conduct Policy and Disciplinary Procedures as described below.

    Student Conduct Policy and Disciplinary Procedures 

    It is a major objective at NEIT to protect and preserve the quality of the educational environment for everyone. This objective entails two basic expectations:

    a. That the NEIT community expects high standards of courtesy, integrity, and responsibility from all of its members.
    b. That each student is responsible for his/her conduct, and that continuation as a student is conditional upon compliance with the requirements expressed or implied in this policy.

    University officials are charged with the welfare of all students. It is in this regard that NEIT reserves the right to take necessary and appropriate action to protect the safety and well-being of the campus community.

    Disregard on the part of the student for the university’s rules, regulations or policies, or exhibition of behavior by a student, on- or off-campus, that in the sole judgment
    of university officials demonstrates a serious lack of respect for other members of the campus community or that could be considered a potential safety threat to the campus community, may require the immediate application of sanctions or disciplinary action up to and including dismissal.

    It is neither possible nor necessary to specify every instance of misconduct that could result in sanctions, disciplinary action or dismissal from the university. Grounds for sanctions, disciplinary action or dismissal include but are not limited to: the use, possession or sale of intoxicating beverages on campus; the use, possession or sale of illegal drugs on campus; gambling on campus; insubordination; nonpayment of financial obligations; the unauthorized use of school equipment including computers and computer systems; academic dishonesty; plagiarism; violation of copyright laws; assault; harassment; disruptive, disorderly or indecent behavior; serious criminal offenses; or failure to exhibit the highest quality of behavior, good citizenship and respect for the campus community, both on- and off-campus.

    Disciplinary action is based upon the nature and severity of the matter and on general principles of fair treatment. Disciplinary actions will take into account the effect of the conduct on the victim and/or college community, the student’s disciplinary history, and/or whether disciplinary actions such as warnings or probation are likely to change the student’s conduct. While every attempt will be made to fairly and consistently administer its disciplinary procedures, NEIT will also seek to be responsive to the facts and circumstances of each individual case. Some disciplinary actions may be more punitive than others due to the seriousness of the offense.

    Sanctions or dismissal of the student under this policy does not terminate the student’s or guarantor’s obligation to meet his or her financial obligations to NEIT.

    *This is intended to be a summary of NEIT’s Student Conduct Policy and Disciplinary Procedures. The entire policy is published in the Student Handbook and includes a listing of NEIT personnel with authority for imposing disciplinary action and the process for student appeals.

  • Student Consumer Information

    The School Disclosure Requirements of the United States Department of Education require colleges annually to distribute to all enrolled students a notice of the availability of information that is required to be made available to students.   In compliance with this requirement, New England Institute of Technology (NEIT) is distributing this document to each enrolled student.

    For each targeted area, the document includes a brief description; the office address where the information may be found; and a phone number.  It is NEIT’s intention to provide you with easy and complete access to any information you need as a student.  Please feel free to contact any of the offices indicated at any time.

    FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE INFORMATION

    Title IV and Availability of Individuals Responsible for Disseminating Information About Institutional Financial Assistance. – The Financial Aid Office is the primary source for information about institutional financial assistance at New England Institute of Technology.  Financial Aid staff are available to assist enrolled or prospective students in obtaining financial aid information.  Detailed information about the availability of financial aid, the application process, and each of the areas listed below, is available in the Financial Aid Office located in Room N110 on the first floor of the East Greenwich Campus, One New England Tech Boulevard, East Greenwich, RI  02818.  Tel. (401) 739-5000 Ext: 3354. Office hours: Monday –Thursday, 8 a.m.–8 p.m.; Friday, 8 a.m. – 4 p.m.; Saturday 9 a.m. – 12:00 pm. financialaid@neit.edu

    Financial Aid – Descriptions of available federal, state, institutional, and outside sources of assistance, eligibility criteria, methods of disbursement, terms and conditions of loans, and employment opportunities are available in various office publications and in the Financial Aid Office (see location above).

    Student Eligibility for Financial Aid – Financial aid at NEIT is available from a variety of sources.  Financial aid awards are not automatic. Applicants interested in any need-based financial aid programs at NEIT must complete a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) with NEIT for each academic year that they are in college.  FAFSA forms are available on-line.  Tips for filing the FAFSA online can be obtained in the Financial Aid Office (see location above).  (See location above).

    Sources of Financial Aid – A list of financial aid sources including Federal and State grants, loans, scholarships and institutional aid is available in NEIT’s Financial Aid Office (see location above).

    The Student Guidebook – This publication provides procedures and forms for applying for financial aid as well as student eligibility requirements. Copies are available in NEIT’s Financial Aid Office (see location above).

    NEIT’s Financial Aid Award Policy – NEIT’s Financial Aid Award Policy sets forth the criteria for selecting recipients and criteria for determining the amount of a student’s award. Copies of the policy are available in NEIT’s Financial Aid Office (see location above).

    Statement of Borrower-   A statement of the rights and responsibilities of students receiving financial aid is available in NEIT’s Financial Aid Office (see location above).

    Criteria for Continued Eligibility – Descriptions of the criteria for continued student eligibility under each financial aid program are available in NEIT’s Financial Aid Office (see location above).

    Award Letters – Award Letters describe the amount and method by which financial assistance disbursements will be made to students and the frequency of those disbursements.  Award letters are distributed by NEIT’s Financial Aid Office (see location above) to individuals who apply for financial aid.

    NEIT’s Satisfactory Academic Progress Policy – NEIT’s Satisfactory Academic Progress Policy provides the qualitative Grade Point Average (GPA) and quantitative (credits attempted) standards which a student must maintain in order to be considered to be making satisfactory academic progress in his or her course of study for the purpose of receiving financial assistance and the criteria by which the student who has failed to maintain satisfactory academic progress may re-establish his or her eligibility for financial assistance.  The Policy is published in the catalog and is also available in NEIT’s Financial Aid Office (see location above).

    Loan Terms – The terms of any loan for which a student applies as part of the student’s financial assistance package will be provided to the student at the time of loan application and are available in NEIT’s Financial Aid Office (see location above).

    Sample Loan Repayment Schedule – Sample loan repayment schedules are available in NEIT’s Financial Aid Office (see location above).

    Repaying Loans – A description of the necessity for repaying loans is available in NEIT’s Financial Aid Office (see location above).

    Federal Work Study Guide – The Federal Work Study Guide lists the general conditions and terms applicable to any employment provided to a student as part of the student’s financial assistance package. Copies of the Guide are available in NEIT’s Financial Aid Office (see location above).

    Work Description Forms – A listing of the job duties required in specific work study positions are provided to all work study students prior to beginning the program. Copies are available in NEIT’s Financial Aid Office (see location above).

    NEIT Federal-Work Study Selection and Placement Procedures – Procedures for the selection and placement for NEIT’s Federal Work-Study Program are available in NEIT’s Financial Aid Office (see location above).

     Entrance and Exit Counseling Information – NEIT’s Financial Aid Office (see location above) will assist students enrolled at NEIT who are receiving funds under the Federal Direct Stafford Loan Programs to complete the required online entrance and exit counseling.

    Financial aid Penalties for Drug Law Violations – A sheet explaining the consequences to the awarding of financial aid to Students Convicted of Possession or Sale of Drugs is provided to all students upon enrollment and is available in NEIT’s Financial Aid Office (see location above).

    Deferments for Performed Services –Borrowers in the Federal Direct Stafford Loan Programs may be eligible for deferred payment provisions as a result of service in the Peace Corps, service under the Domestic Volunteer Service Act of 1973, or comparable volunteer services for a tax-exempt organization in community service.  Borrowers should seek applications and detailed information from their lender. Any other questions should be directed to NEIT’s Financial Aid Office (see location above).

     Return of Title IV Funds – Federal financial aid is returned pursuant to regulations governing Title IV Funds. Information about the requirements for determining the treatment of Title IV funds when a student withdraws from NEIT is available in NEIT’s Financial Aid Office (see location above).

    Cost of Attending NEIT – Tuition and Fee Schedules providing a listing of tuition and fees charged to full-time and part-time students including estimates of necessary books and supplies, estimates of typical charges for room and board, transportation costs for commuting students or for students living on or off-campus and any additional cost of a program in which the student is enrolled or expresses a specific interest, are available in NEIT’s Financial Aid Office (see location above). Also available here.

    OTHER GENERAL INSTITUTIONAL INFORMATION

    Title and Availability of Individuals Responsible for Disseminating Information About Other Institutional Information. – The Offices listed below are the primary sources for information about other general institutional information concerning New England Institute of Technology.   Departmental staff are available to assist enrolled or prospective students in obtaining information.  Detailed information about the availability of information in each of the areas listed below is available Monday–Thursday, 8 a.m.–5 p.m.; Friday, 8 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

    Admission Procedures, Cost of Attendance, and Academic Programs  – Admission procedures and processes, average cost of attending NEIT, and information about academic programs may be obtained from the Admissions Office located in  Room N 100 on the first floor of the East Greenwich Campus, One New England Tech Boulevard, East Greenwich , RI  02818 Tel. (401) 739-5000 Ext. 3357 admissions@neit.edu

    Policy on Vaccinations – Applicants must provide a certificate, signed by a physician, confirming that they have been immunized against measles, mumps, rubella, and varicella, that they have received a booster dose of tetanus and diphtheria (Td) within the last 10 years, and 3 doses of Hepatitis B vaccine or a positive titer. Meningococcal conjugate vaccine in the last 5 years is required for students under the age of 22 who will live in the Residence Hall. Additional vaccination requirements may be required in the Health Sciences Programs. Speak with your Admission’s Officer. NEIT’s institutional policy on vaccinations may be obtained from the Admissions Office (see location above).

    Information about NEIT’s Student Drug and Alcohol Policy – Information about NEIT’s Student Drug and Alcohol Policy is available in the Office of Student Support Services, located in Room N 201 on the second floor, East Greenwich Campus, One New England Tech Boulevard, East Greenwich, RI  02818 Tel. (401) 739-5000 Ex. 3441.

    Withdrawal – Requirements for officially withdrawing from NEIT are outlined in the NEIT Catalog.  Withdrawal forms are available in the Registrar’s Office, located in Room N 116 on the first floor of the East Greenwich Campus, One New England Tech Boulevard, East Greenwich, RI  02818 Tel.  (401) 739-5000 Ext. 3300.

     Post-graduate Employment and Education – Information about the percentage of graduates employed in field, and types of employment obtained by graduates is available in the Career Services Office located in Room S 104 on the first floor of the East Greenwich Campus, One New England Tech Boulevard, East Greenwich, RI  02818 Tel.  (401) 739-5000 Ext. 3458.

    Services and Facilities for Students with Disabilities – Questions concerning services available to students with disabilities should be directed to NEIT’s 504 Coordinator, Lee Peebles, Director of Student Life located on the second floor of the East Greenwich Campus, One New England Tech Boulevard, East Greenwich , RI  02818, RI Tel. (401) 739-5000 Ex. 3414.

    Information on Student Body Diversity – Student body diversity including information on the percentage of enrolled full-time students who are male, female, receive Federal Pell Grants or who have self-identified as members of major racial or ethnic may be obtained at http://nces.ed.gov/IPEDS/.  Any questions related to this information should be directed to, Scott Freund, Executive Vice President, located on the third floor of the East Greenwich Campus, One New England Tech Boulevard, East Greenwich, RI  02818 Tel. (401) 739-5000 Ex. 3640.

    Accrediting and Licensing – Information about the accrediting and licensing agencies for NEIT’s academic programs is available in the Office of Teaching and Learning located on the third floor of the East Greenwich Campus, One New England Tech Boulevard, East Greenwich , RI  02818Tel. (401) 739-5000 Ex. 3438.

     Academic Program Listings – The NEIT Catalog provides a listing of the academic programs of the institution, including current degree programs and other educational and training programs, the instructional, laboratory, and other physical facilities which relate to the academic program, and the institution’s faculty and other instructional personnel.  Copies of specific academic programs may be obtained directly from the various academic departments on campus. A listing of the location of those departments can be obtained in NEIT’s Office of Teaching and Learning (see location above).

    Copyright Infringement (Peer to Peer File Sharing) – NEIT’s Policy on Computing and Network Resource Use sets forth the civil and criminal liabilities students may face for unauthorized distribution of copyrighted materials including peer-to-peer file sharing and prohibited use of the institution’s information technology system for those activities is available in NEIT’s Office of Teaching and Learning (see location above).

    Transfer of Credit/Articulation Agreements – Institutions participating in Title IV must publicly disclose their transfer of credit policies.  The policy must disclose, at a minimum, the criteria an institution uses regarding the transfer of credit earned at another higher education institution and a list of any institutions with which the institution has established an articulation agreement. Information regarding NEIT’s Transfer of Credit Policy can be obtained in NEIT’s Office of Teaching and Learning (see location above). 

    Voter Registration – The Board of Elections for the State of Rhode Island has created a web site from which individuals may obtain Rhode Island and National voter registration forms: http://www.elections.state.ri.us/registration/intro.htm

    Assistance with voter registration questions is available in the Student Activities Office located in S120B on the first floor of the East Greenwich Campus, One New England Tech Boulevard, East Greenwich, RI  02818 Tel (401) 739-5000 Ext. 3565.

    NEIT’s Institutional Refund Policy – NEIT’s Institutional Refund Policy sets forth the institution’s policy for the return of unearned tuition and fees or other refundable portion of costs paid to the institution and is published in the catalog.  Copies are also available by contacting the Business Office located in N119E on the first floor of the East Greenwich Campus, One New England Tech Boulevard, East Greenwich, RI  02818, Tel. (401) 739-5000 Ex. 3338.

    Graduation Rates – The graduation rates are available starting with the cohort for the fall term 1996-97. The graduation rates are calculated for the first-time, full-time, degree- or certificate-seeking students who completed their undergraduate program within 150 percent of normal completion time.  Copies of the graduation rates are available in the Business Office (see location above).

    Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) – The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) affords students certain rights with respect to their educational records. They include the right to: 1) inspect, review, and/or request an amendment to these records; 2) consent to disclosures of personally identifiable information in these records; 3) restrict disclosure of information designated as directory information that may be released without consent of the student; and 4) file a complaint with the U.S. Department of Education for alleged failure by NEIT to comply with FERPA requirements. Annual notification of student rights to privacy under the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 and procedures for obtaining this information is published in the Student Handbook available online at students.neit.edu and is distributed annually to all students by e-mail. You may also obtain a copy of this notification by contacting the Business Office (see location above).

    Campus Security Report, Drug Prevention Policy, & Crime Statistics – This publication includes statistics for the previous three years concerning reported crimes that occurred on campus and in certain off-campus buildings or property owned or controlled by NEIT and on public property within, or immediately adjacent to and accessible from, the campus.  The report also includes NEIT’s campus emergency response and institutional policies concerning campus security, such as policies concerning alcohol and drug use, crime prevention, the reporting of crimes, sexual assault, and other matters as well as standards of conduct prohibiting the unlawful possession, use or distribution of illegal drugs and alcohol by students and employees on campus.  It also includes a description of applicable laws, health risks and description of drug or alcohol counseling, treatment, rehabilitation or reentry programs.  You can obtain a copy of this report by contacting the Business Office (see location above).

    Missing Student Notification Policy – The purpose of this policy, in compliance with the Higher Education Opportunity Act of 2008, is to provide students with procedures and information for reporting a missing person. The policy applies specifically to students who reside in NEIT’s residence hall(s).  (See full policy in the Student Handbook.) You can obtain a copy of the policy by contacting the Office of Student Support Services, One New England Tech Boulevard, East Greenwich, RI  02818, RI Tel. (401) 739-5000 Ex. 3441.

    Timely Warnings NEIT will make timely reports to the campus community on potentially dangerous criminal activity on or near campus which represents a serious or continuing threat to students and employees on campus or in the immediate area. Names of victims in such reports shall be withheld as confidential. In addition to notification through ENS, NEIT, as appropriate, will issue timely warnings via the university e-mail system, in-class announcements, or other appropriate means (Reports). Any such Reports shall be provided to students and employees in a timely manner.  See policy on page 71 if the Student Handbook.

    Emergency Notification – In the event that a situation arises on campus that in the judgment of NEIT’s administration constitutes an ongoing or continuing threat to the health or safety of students and/or employees, the institution will, without delay, and taking into account the safety of the community, determine the content of the notification and initiate a campus wide “emergency notification” through NEIT’s Rave Emergency Notification System (ENS), unless the notification will, in the professional judgment of responsible authorities, compromise efforts to assist victims or to contain, respond to, or otherwise mitigate the emergency. See Annual Campus Security Report. You may also obtain a copy of this notification by contacting the Business Office (see location above).

    Fire Safety Procedures and Emergency Action Plan – All students must leave any facility where a fire alarm is activated as promptly as possible via the nearest available exit. No one is expected to endanger him/herself in order to assist with evacuation of others, but everyone has a duty to ensure that other occupants are aware of an emergency. It is expected that individuals, as long as they are not endangering themselves, will aid anyone requiring assistance to safely evacuate the building.

    NEIT tests its emergency response and evacuation procedures on at least an annual basis, including publicizing its procedures in conjunction with at least one test per calendar year, and documenting a description of the exercise as well as the date and time of the exercise and whether it was announced or unannounced.  See Fire Safety Procedures and Emergency Action Plan in Student Handbook. You can obtain a copy of the procedures by contacting the Office of Student Support Services, One New England Tech Boulevard, East Greenwich, RI  02818, RI Tel. (401) 739-5000 Ex. 3441.

    Crime Statistics – See NEIT’s Campus Security Report, Drug Prevention Policy, & Crime Statistics above.

    Student Handbook – The Student Handbook is applicable to all NEIT students.  The Student Conduct Policy and regulatory policies and procedures apply to all students. This Handbook provides information about student life resources and student activities at NEIT, and the applicable policies and procedures, including behavioral standards. Students are expected to become familiar with the contents of this Handbook, to act with careful consideration of its requirements, and to seek assistance whenever necessary and as directed.  In some instances, regulations governing a particular subject matter in the Handbook are also contained in the College catalogs or in other promulgated notices. The provisions of this Handbook are subject to revision by posting or otherwise published notice during the academic year. You can obtain a copy of the Student Handbook by contacting the Office of Student Support Services, One New England Tech Boulevard, East Greenwich, RI  02818, RI Tel. (401) 739-5000 Ex. 3441.

    Consumer Complaints – In accordance with Department of Education regulations, the Rhode Island Department of Attorney General has established the following complaint process related to receiving and resolving complaints. Complaints alleging violations of state consumer protection laws (e.g., laws related to fraud or false advertising) will be referred to the Consumer Protection Unit within the Department of Attorney General and shall be reviewed and handled by that Unit. Complaints alleging violations of state laws or rules related to approval to operate or licensure of postsecondary institutions will be referred to the appropriate Division within the Department of Attorney General and shall be reviewed and handled by that Division. Complaints related to quality of education or accreditation requirements shall be referred either to the New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC), the entity with primary responsibility for accreditation of Rhode Island institutions of higher education, or a specialized accreditor with oversight of particular programs. Contact the Attorney General’s Office By phone: General Helpline (401) 274-4400 By mail: Office of the Attorney General, 150 South Main Street, Providence, RI 02903 Online: http://www.riag.ri.gov/contact/

    Accreditation – New England Institute of Technology is accredited by the New England Commission of Higher Education (formerly the Commission on Institutions of Higher Education of the New England Association of Schools and Colleges, Inc.).

    Accreditation of an institution of higher education by the Commission indicates that it meets or exceeds criteria for the assessment of institutional quality periodically applied though a peer review process. An accredited college or university is one which has available the necessary resources to achieve its stated purposes through appropriate educational programs, is substantially doing so, and gives reasonable evidence that it will continue to do so in the foreseeable future. Institutional integrity is also addressed through accreditation.

    Accreditation by the Commission is not partial but applies to the institution as a whole. As such, it is not a guarantee of every course or program offered, or the competence of individual graduates. Rather, it provides reasonable assurance about the quality of opportunities available to students who attend the institution.

    Inquiries regarding the accreditation status by the Commission should be directed to the administrative staff of the institution. Individuals may also contact:

    New England Commission of Higher Education

    3 Burlington Woods Drive, Suite 100, Burlington, MA 01803-4514

    (781) 425-7785

    E-Mail: info@neche.org

    The programs listed below have specialized professional accreditations. Please check the program descriptions in the Curriculum section for details.

    • Electrical Engineering Technology, B.S.
    • Mechanical Engineering Technology, B.S.
    • Medical Laboratory Technology, A.S.
    • Nursing, A.S.
    • Occupational Therapy Assistant, A.S.
    • Occupational Therapy, M.S.
    • Paramedic Technology, A.S.
    • Physical Therapist Assistant, A.S.
    • Public Health, M.S.
    • Respiratory Care, A.S.
    • RN to BSN, B.S.
    • Surgical Technology, A.S.
    • Veterinary Technology, A.S

    Inquiries regarding the status of NEIT’s accreditation by these organizations should be directed to the Office of Teaching and Learning (see location above.)

    Professional Licensure or Certification Disclosures

    The programs listed below have licensure or certificate requirements. Please check the program descriptions in the curriculum section for details.

    • Medical Laboratory Technology, A.S.
    • Nursing, A.S.
    • Occupational Therapy Assistant, A.S.
    • Occupational Therapy, M.S.
    • Paramedic Technology, A.S.
    • Physical Therapist Assistant, A.S.
    • Public Health, M.S.
    • Respiratory Care, A.S.
    • RN to BSN, B.S.
    • Surgical Technology, A.S.
    • Veterinary Technology, A.S

    Inquiries regarding the requirements of licensing for these programs should be directed to the Office of Teaching and Learning (see location above.)

    Catalog – The catalog contains useful information about the College, including admission, enrollment, the academic calendar, degree requirements, course offerings, and academic policies and procedures. The catalog is available in an online version – https://www.neit.edu/About-Us/New-England-Institute-of-Technology-Catalog that is updated on a scheduled basis. The catalog is not intended to be and should not be relied upon as a statement NEIT’s contractual commitments between the University and its students. NEIT reserves the right in its sole discretion to make changes of any nature to this catalog, including but not limited to the policies, procedures, programs of instruction, academic calendar and schedule, fees, and personnel. The University reserves the right in its sole discretion to reschedule classes with or without extending the academic term, cancel scheduled courses and other academic activities, and require or afford alternatives for scheduled courses or other academic activities, with notice of such action provided as is reasonably practicable under the circumstances.  Copies of the catalog can be obtained from Admissions Office located in Room N 100 on the first floor of the East Greenwich Campus, One New England Tech Boulevard, East Greenwich, RI  02818 Tel. (401) 739-5000 Ext. 3357 http://www.neit.edu/Admissions

    Nondiscrimination – New England Institute of Technology admits qualified students of any race, color, religion, sex, age, disability or national and ethnic origin to all the rights and privileges, programs and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. New England Institute of Technology does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, disability, age, or national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and other school-administered programs nor does New England Institute of Technology discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, disability or national and ethnic origin in any phase of its employment process.

    The university has designated Scott Freund, Executive Vice President, to coordinate the university’s efforts to comply with Title IX of the Educational Amendments of 1972, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and other laws, orders and regulations governing discrimination. Any questions or concerns regarding Title IX, Section 504 or other state or local federal laws related to discrimination should be directed to Scott Freund, Executive Vice President, New England Institute of Technology, One New England Tech Boulevard East Greenwich, Rhode Island 02818, 401-739- 5000

    Individuals with disabilities who seek reasonable accommodations or information concerning accommodations should contact NEIT’s 504 Coordinator, Lee Peebles at One New England Tech Blvd., East Greenwich, RI; Tel. 401-739-5000; email lpeebles@neit.edu

    https://nces.ed.gov/pubs2010/2010831rev.pdf

    August 2020

  • Student Success

    Of the students who graduated in 2019, the most recent data available, over 93% of those who were available for employment obtained employment in their field. Those available for employment include graduates who obtained employment in their fields and graduates who submitted a resume for employment assistance to the Career Services Office who have not yet obtained employment in their field. Graduates who are not available for employment include those who are furthering their education, those who have entered the military, those with personal plans, those who do not desire to seek employment in their field, and those who do not want the assistance of the Career Services Office. Also included are graduates who cannot be reached by the Career Services Office. These graduates may be employed in their field; however, the Career Services Office is unable to obtain information about their employment status.

    Approximately 90% of NEIT students continue from term to term, and approximately 50% of the total student population graduate.

    For additional information regarding professional licensure pass rates, click on a program below:

    Medical Laboratory Technician
    Registered Nursing
    Occupational Therapy Assistant
    Paramedic Technology
    Physical Therapy Assistant
    Respiratory Care Assistant
    Surgical Technology Assistant

    For additional information on student outcomes click here.

  • Support Services

    Academic and Other Support Services

    Office of Student Support Services

    The Student Advisor is the student’s first point of contact regarding any questions the student may have regarding New England Tech including questions about degree requirements, NEIT policies and procedures, and campus resources. Student Advisors provide the information, support and encouragement necessary to assist students in reaching their educational goals.

    Students who are experiencing difficulties with their course work or who encounter problems that interfere with the successful completion of their programs are urged to contact their Student Advisor. The Student Advisors visit technology classrooms frequently and are available to help students with any problems that may affect their ability to be successful in school.

    Students with disabilities who wish to request accommodations must self identify, communicate their needs to their Student Advisor and provide current and comprehensive documentation concerning the nature and extent of their disability. Because course requirements can vary greatly, students must communicate their needs to their Student Advisor and request accommodations on a quarterly basis.

    Academic Skills Center

    The overall mission of the Academic Skills Center (ASC) is to address the learning needs, academic performance, and success of all our students.  The ASC provides academic support to New England Tech students throughout the entire course of their education. This support begins with assessment, placement and advisement of new students, and continues with our many learning assistance services and programs. In partnership with NEIT’s faculty and administrative staff, the ASC helps students prepare themselves to become more effective, self-directed, lifelong learners.

    A Study Skills Workshop is offered for all incoming students prior to the start of their classes. For those who need to build their basic skills, the ASC offers courses in pre-college reading, writing, and math.  A variety of enrichment courses are available and provide students with the opportunity to build their reading comprehension along with their writing, research, and language skills.

    In addition to providing one-on-one assistance to the entire NEIT student body, the ASC is dedicated to providing professional tutorial support and other learning strategies for students specifically in need of personalized instruction in:
    • Math and Physics
    • Reading and Writing
    • Science
    • Study Skills and Class Presentations
    • Internet Access, Canvas, and NEIT Email
    • MS Office Software Training

    Adaptive technology is also available for students who need alternative learning strategies to succeed in their courses.

    The ASC is open and available to students during business hours, Monday to Saturday. For more information about the Academic Skills Center, please call us at 401-739-5000, Ext. 3428 or visit us in Suite S103 at NEIT’s East Greenwich Campus.

    The Career Services Office

    The Career Services Office offers assistance to students and graduates in many aspects of the job search. Workshops are conducted to enhance students’ job seeking skills. Students are also encouraged to meet individually with members of the Career Services staff to perfect their resumes, interviewing skills, and job search techniques. Students are also invited to visit the Career Services Office, the Library, and the Library’s website (https://library.neit.edu) to review instructional job search materials.

    Many employers use NEIT as a resource when recruiting new employees. The Career Services staff also contacts employers to identify employment opportunities for students and graduates. Students and graduates may review the names of company contacts as well as other reference materials to identify job lead sources. Part-time employment listings are also available in the Career Services Office and posted on campus bulletin boards.

    A student is eligible to receive assistance in obtaining full-time employment in his/her field of study when he/she has fulfilled graduation requirements, has met all of his/her financial obligations, and has submitted a resume in the prescribed NEIT form to the Career Services Office. The resume will be circulated, as appropriate, to employers who are looking for candidates with technical skills. It is the university’s policy that a student who fails to submit a resume and/or keep appointments with prospective employers or with the Career Services staff is formally acknowledging that he/she is unavailable for employment assistance.

    Library and Information Commons

    The NEIT Library and Information Commons contains a unique collection of materials to support the research, professional and personal growth needs of the university community. Both print and digital resources are available in a welcoming environment with a variety of spaces for study and research.

    The Library provides a cultural center for the university through an annual all-university art show, rotating exhibits of class work in the fine and applied arts, and through lectures and presentations on wide-ranging topics.

    A comprehensive website (https://library.neit.edu) provides access to library resources such as the online catalog, full-text databases, and web pages pertaining to each program and all elective courses. These online resources are always available and are designed to support student success in class and in the workplace.

  • Title IX and Nondiscrimination Policy

    New England Institute of Technology does not discriminate on the basis of sex in the education program or activity that it operates, and is required by Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 not to discriminate in such a manner. The requirement not to discriminate in the education program or activity extends to admission and employment. Inquiries about the application of Title IX to New England Institute of Technology may be referred to the Title IX Coordinator or to the Office for Civil Rights, or both.

    Nondiscrimination Policy:

    New England Institute of Technology admits qualified students of any race, color, religion, sex, age, disability or national and ethnic origin to all the rights and privileges, programs and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the university. New England Institute of Technology does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, disability, age, or national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and other school-administered programs nor does New England Institute of Technology discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, disability or national and ethnic origin in any phase of its employment process.

    Title IX Coordinator

    Scott Freund, Executive Vice President
    New England Institute of Technology
    One New England Tech Boulevard
    East Greenwich, Rhode Island 02818
    401-739-5000
    sfreund@neit.edu

    Policy and Grievance Process

    New England Institute of Technology’s Title IX policy and grievance procedures provide for the prompt and equitable resolution of student and employee complaints alleging any action that would be prohibited by Title IX, as well as a grievance process that complies with the Title IX Regulations as they pertain to formal complaints. New England Institute of Technology’s Title IX policy and grievance procedures describe the grievance procedures and grievance process, including how to report or file a complaint of sex discrimination, how to report or file a formal complaint of sexual harassment, and how New England Institute of Technology will respond.

    Title IX policy and grievance and grievance procedures can be viewed here.

    Training Materials

    Training materials used to train Title IX personnel can be viewed here.

  • Transfer of Credit

    Requirements and procedures and policies related to the transfer of credit

    The transferability of NEIT credits to other institutions is determined by the institution to which the student transfers. An institution’s accreditation cannot guarantee that credits earned at that institution will be accepted for transfer by any other institution.

    A student who wishes to transfer credits to another college should consult his or her department chair and the Office of Teaching and Learning. Any college to which a student may wish to transfer will evaluate transfer credit on an individual basis, taking into consideration such matters as the student’s performance and the field the student wishes to enter. Graduates of NEIT associate degree programs have successfully transferred to bachelor’s programs at a number of colleges and universities.

    Admission with Advanced Standing

    Applicants may be admitted with advanced standing at the discretion of the Office of Teaching and Learning. Consideration is given to the following:

    1. Credits from an accredited post-secondary institution. An official transcript must be submitted to the Office of Teaching and Learning. Academic credit will be given only to courses in which a student earned a “C” or above (transfer credit). A grade of “B” or above is required for transfer of credits for the Master of Science Degree in Occupational Therapy.
    2.  Credits through CLEP and challenge exams (challenge credit authorized by department chairs or the Director of Academic Skills).
    3. Credit may be extended for past work experience which represents college-level skills or competencies, and can be properly documented, verified, and related to educational objectives through the submission of a portfolio (portfolio review credit).

    Contact the Office of Teaching and Learning, 888-913-2171 x 3438 for more detailed information.

    Institutions with which New England Institute of Technology has established articulation agreements.
    Bahamas Technical and Vocational Institute
    Bermuda College
    Boston Architectural Center
    Community College of Rhode Island
    H. Lavity Stout Community College
    Mercer County Community College
    Norges Kreative Fagskole
    Sunriver University

  • Typical Length of Study and Expected Amount of Student Debt Upon Graduation

    Typical Length of Study

    Most Associate in Science degree programs can be completed in as little as 18 months, and Bachelor of Science programs in as little as 3 years.

    The master’s program in Occupational Therapy can be completed in ten terms or approximately two-and-a-half years.

    The master’s programs in Information Technology, Cybersecurity Defense, Construction Management, and Engineering Management can be completed in as little as 18 months for qualified students.

    The master’s programs in Nursing and Public Health can be completed in as little as 2 years for qualified students.

    The Post-Professional Occupational Therapy Doctorate degree program can be completed in as little as 15 months.

    Expected Amount of Student Debt Upon Graduation

    The estimated amount of student debt for all graduates in the 2014-15 year is $25,808.00.

    The estimated amount of student debt for all graduates in master’s degree programs in the 2014-15 year is $44,833.00.