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North Bennet Street School Tuition & Costs

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$2,530 Annual Institutional Aid

Average Aid
90% of students receive aid
38% get federal aid ($2,963 avg)
19% get state aid ($400 avg)
29% get institn'l aid ($2,530 avg)
71% get loans ($9,150 avg)

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Financial Aid

Annual Aid Awarded
Average Amount Percent Awarded
Grant or Scholarship Aid $3,680 52%
Federal Grant Aid $2,963 38%
Pell Grants $2,963 38%
Other Federal Grants - 0%
Institution Grant Aid $2,530 29%
State Grant Aid $400 19%
Student Loans $9,150 71%
Federal Loans $6,683 71%
Other Loans $7,400 24%

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Does North Bennet Street School offer...
Prepaid Tuition Plan? Yes
Tuition Payment Plan? Yes
Financial Aid Contact Info
150 North Street
Boston, MA 02109
(617) 227-0155


Student Responses to Review Topic: Bang for the buck
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  • Anonymous
  • Aug-20-2013 I am a past student here

    Tuition costs are right in line with annual tuitions at US colleges, and cheaper than the rate at private schools ( both not for profit and for profit) The class sizes are small and a halfway decent student/teacher ratio, although you always want more. For the dedicated student, you get a lot of help from your teachers when you need it and usually can find someone to help out pretty quickly. I was in a class size of 8, which when I think back to the 200+ in undergraduate school, is a pretty good ratio.

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  • Anonymous
  • Dec-19-2009 I am a past student here

    Be prepared for hard, serious work. Just because you pay tuition doesn't mean you will do well or graduate. Just like any school there are test and standards. If you make good grades and work hard, it is absolutely worth the money. Employers will hire NBSS alumni because they know how high the standards are for graduation.

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  • Anonymous
  • Oct-16-2009 I am a past student here

    The semester cost me around $10,000. This included over $7,000 in tuition, the cost of tools, supplies, transportation, etc. For a school with a national accreditation with non-transferable credits which only offers a diploma but not a degree at the end of the course, I'd say the cost was WAY too much! Especially considering the way I was treated there.

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