Top 10 Colleges for New England Students

on April 6, 2017

Students living in the New England, which includes Connecticut, Main, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island and Vermont, should consider these colleges when conducting their college search.

 

These institutions are among the top small colleges considered by Cappex students.

 

1. Massachusetts Institute of Technology

  • 4,285 undergraduate students
  • 10 percent of students admitted
  • $43,210 for tuition a year

2. Dartmouth College

  • 4,135 undergraduate students
  • 12 percent of students admitted
  • $45,444 for tuition a year

3. Providence College

  • 4,071 undergraduate students
  • 61 percent of student admitted
  • $42,385 for tuition a year

4. Roger Williams University  

  • 4,310 undergraduate students
  • 78 percent of student admitted
  • $29,976 for tuition a year

5. Worcester Polytechnic Institute

  • 4,177 undergraduate students
  • 48 percent of student admitted
  • $42,178 for tuition a year

6. Endicott College

  • 2,236 undergraduate students
  • 59 percent of student admitted
  • $28,426 for tuition a year

7. Bentley University

  • 4,191 undergraduate students
  • 45 percent of student admitted
  • $39,600 for tuition a year

8. Plymouth State University

  • 4,042 undergraduate students
  • 74 percent of student admitted
  • $11,020 for tuition a year

9. Fairfield University

  • 3,835 undergraduate students
  • 72 percent of student admitted
  • $42,320 for tuition a year

10. Stonehill College

  • 2,573 undergraduate students
  • 65 percent of student admitted
  • $36,160 for tuition a year

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