New England Tech freezes tuition for 30th year

Posted 11/20/12

WARWICK – The New England Institute of Technology will freeze tuition to all student who enroll by Dec. 31, the school announced.

This is the 30th consecutive year New England Tech, which has the lowest tuition of any private college in Rhode Island, is offering the tuition freeze.

“Individuals who enroll in any one of the college’s associate or bachelor degree programs and remains continuously enrolled in their chosen program until graduation, will have their tuition frozen for their entire course of study at NEIT,” said a release from the school.

New England Tech offers more than 35 associate in science, bachelor of science and master of science degree programs at its three Rhode Island campuses.

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