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New England College    
 
    
 
  Dec 16, 2017
 
2017-2018 Graduate and Professional Studies Programs

Tuition and Financial Aid Policies


Tuition

Tuition for students in the School for Graduate and Professional Studies is assessed on a per‐credit basis and is set by the Board of Trustees. Current tuition is listed on the NEC website http://www.nec.edu/admission/financial-aid/graduate-sfs/cost-of-attendance/

All payments and or questions regarding student bills should be addressed to:
New England College
Student Financial Services

98 Bridge Street
Henniker, NH 03242‐3500
Telephone: 603.428.2226
FAX: 603.428.2266

sfs@nec.edu

Financial Aid

Entering students should apply for financial assistance when applying for admission. Aid offers are made only after a student is accepted for admission and the Office of Student Financial Services has received all required forms. Students who are U.S. citizens or eligible non-citizen may apply for financial aid by submitting a Free Application for Federal Student Assistance (FAFSA) at www.fafsa.ed.gov.

NEC also offers graduate assistantships for qualified graduate students. These positions offer students unparalleled leadership opportunities in the NEC community. The positions are competitive, and are based on prior academic record and practical experience. Assistantships are compensated through a scholarship credited to current tuition. Current assistantships include opportunities in Undergraduate Admissions, The Center for Civic Engagement, Project Pericles, International Programs, Information Technology, NEC Athletics (hockey, lacrosse, and soccer), and the NEC Office of Public Information.

In general, most financial aid programs available to graduate students are those offered through the Federal government, such as the Federal Direct Stafford Loan Program (see Financial Aid section in the Undergraduate Catalog for a full description of this program as it relates to graduate students). A student must reapply for financial aid each academic year.

Financial aid awards are credited directly to student accounts upon registration each semester. All required forms must have been received and verified by this time. If a student’s account with the College is paid in full, the student may request a refund of any excess funds to cover other educational costs such as books and supplies.

Refund Procedure: If a student officially withdraws during a term, a portion of any refund calculated under the College’s withdrawal policy will be returned to federal, state, and College programs. Details of this pro‐rated policy are available from Student Financial Services. For complete information and application forms, contact:

New England College
Student Financial Services

98 Bridge Street
Henniker, NH 03242‐3500
Telephone: 603.428.2226
FAX: 603.428.2266

sfs@nec.edu