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1 new england board of higher education s for new england residents Annual report on the benefit of the Regional Student Program (RSP) to the participating residents and state colleges and universities in Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island and Vermont. NEW ENGL AND REGIONAL STUDENT PROGRAM A N N U A L R E P O R T

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3 New England Board of Higher Education s Tuition Break for New England Residents New England Regional Student Program ANNUAL REPORT Published April 2017 (online only) NEW ENGLAND BOARD OF HIGHER EDUCATION 45 Temple Place, Boston, MA Tel Fax

4 Regional Student Program Annual Report Table of Contents Executive Summary... 3 Highlights of Participation in the RSP by State: Connecticut... 5 Maine... 6 Massachusetts... 7 New Hampshire... 8 Rhode Island... 9 Vermont Summary of Regional Student Program Data Index of Figures 1. RSP Tuition Savings and Revenue and Enrollment by State: RSP Tuition and Fee Revenue and Enrollment by Institution: RSP Enrollment at Participating Institutions by State of Residence: Total Regional Student Program (RSP) Enrollment: RSP Enrollment at Community Colleges: Undergraduate RSP Enrollment at State Colleges and Universities: Graduate RSP Enrollment at State Colleges and Universities: RSP Migration by State: A Decade of RSP Enrollment by Institution and State: through RSP Enrollment History: through RSP Tuition Rates and Savings: Regional Student Program Participating Institutions and Representatives New England Board of Higher Education Member-State Board Delegates Appendix RSP Enrollment by Program at Individual Participating Institutions: A-1 NEW ENGLAND BOARD OF HIGHER EDUCATION'S REGIONAL STUDENT PROGRAM (RSP) ANNUAL REPORT 2

5 New England Board of Higher Education s Tuition Break for New England Residents New England Regional Student Program Annual Report Executive Summary This academic year, a total of 9,002 New England residents were enrolled under the New England Board of Higher Education s Regional Student Program (RSP) and saved an estimated $60 million on their tuition bills. A full-time student saved an average of $8,033. Because of NEBHE and its RSP, New England residents are eligible for a tuition discount when they enroll at out-of-state public colleges and universities in the six-state region and pursue approved degree programs not offered by their home-state public institutions. At some colleges, eligibility also extends to students whose home is closer to an out-of-state college than to an in-state college. Academic year marks the 59 th year of enrollment in the RSP, which NEBHE established in to fulfill the purposes of the congressionally authorized New England Higher Education Compact expanding educational opportunities for New England residents and sharing higher education resources. Since it was established, the RSP has provided New England residents with discounts on 298,000 annual college tuition bills. NEBHE s Tuition Break program not only provides much-needed tuition relief to New England students and families but also fosters cost-efficient resource sharing among the six New England states. The RSP eliminates the need to duplicate academic programs offered by public colleges and universities in other New England states and therefore helps the individual New England states and their public higher education institutions avoid billions of dollars in capital and operating expenditures. The region s public colleges and universities received more than $94 million in tuition revenue (and an estimated $24 million in fee revenue) from the RSP students enrolled at their campuses in The RSP helps participating campuses in a competitive admissions environment to attract and retain out-of-state New England students who would have likely attended college elsewhere if the RSP tuition discount were not available. NEW ENGLAND BOARD OF HIGHER EDUCATION'S REGIONAL STUDENT PROGRAM (RSP) ANNUAL REPORT 3

6 Expansion of RSP Program Offerings More than 850 undergraduate and graduate degree programs have been approved for eligibility under the RSP through an annual peer-review conducted by NEBHE, which engages all the RSP participating institutions. A significant number of RSP degree programs are in specialized or highdemand career areas, such as biomedical engineering, environmental engineering, allied health, pharmacy, energy services technology, advanced manufacturing technology and sustainability studies. The 2016 Annual Review resulted in the approval of 43 additional degree programs: Associate degree programs (9): Creative Writing, Forensic Science, Health, Fitness and Nutrition, Mobile Application Developer, Nutrition and Food Transfer Option, Photography, Product Technician, Sustainable Build and Design, Pulp and Paper Technician Bachelor s degree programs (18): Actuarial Science and Finance, Aquaculture (Biology), Elementary Education: Marine Biology, Entrepreneurship, Exercise Science (Clinical), Food Systems, Homeland Security, Human Dimensions of Climate Change, Labor Studies, Linguistics and Philosophy, Linguistics and Psychology, Music Technology, Neuropsychology, Professional Writing, Recreation Management and Policy, Social Entrepreneurship, Sustainability (dual major), Wildlife and Conservation Biology Graduate programs (16): Master s: Arts Administration (MFA), Biological Science: Agricultural Sciences (MS), Commerce and Technology (LLM/MCT), Energy and Environmental Management (MS), Health Care Administration (MS), Intellectual Property (LLM/MIP), International Criminal Law (LLM/MICLI), Marine Science (PSM), Operations Management (MS), Software Engineering (MS), Spatial Informatics (MS), STEM Education (MS) Doctoral: Biological Science: Agricultural Sciences (PhD), Educational Leadership (PhD), Psychology (PhD), Public Policy This report provides data on RSP enrollment and tuition revenue and savings for the academic year, as well as historical data. NEBHE thanks the campus officials who provided detailed fall 2016 RSP enrollment information, as well as the RSP representatives and administrators who oversee the ongoing participation of their institutions in the RSP. Michael K. Thomas President and CEO, NEBHE Wendy A. Lindsay Director, Regional Student Program NEW ENGLAND BOARD OF HIGHER EDUCATION'S REGIONAL STUDENT PROGRAM (RSP) ANNUAL REPORT 4

7 Highlights of Connecticut s Participation in the RSP: The RSP provides a tuition break to Connecticut residents enrolled in approved degree programs at public campuses in the five other New England states, and provides a reciprocal benefit to eligible New England residents enrolled at Connecticut s public institutions. Connecticut residents are eligible for more than 500 undergraduate and graduate degree programs with the RSP Tuition Break. RSP Tuition Benefit for Connecticut Average Annual Tuition Savings for Connecticut Residents $7,746 Total Annual Tuition Savings for Connecticut Residents $10.9 million Total Annual Tuition Revenue from RSP Enrollment $21.5 million Total Net Tuition Revenue from RSP Enrollment $9 million Total Annual Fee Revenue from RSP Enrollment $3.9 million RSP Enrollment Data for Connecticut Head Count FTE Number of Connecticut residents enrolled under the RSP 1, Number of RSP students enrolled at CT public colleges 1,262 1,229.8 Examples of Programs Enrolling Connecticut Residents in : Animation Aquaculture & Fishery Technology Criminal Justice Food Science Forestry Legal Studies Marine Engineering Marine Science Marine Transportation Mountain Recreation Management Nursing (Community Colleges-Proximity) Occupational Therapy Outdoor Education Performing Arts Social Thought and Political Economy Textiles, Fashion Merchandising and Design Visual Arts and Design Zoology NOTES REGARDING DATA: The full-time equivalent (FTE) enrollments were calculated using a modified version of the U.S. Dept. of Ed's methodology. Specifically, the FTE was determined by adding 40 percent of an institution's reported part-time enrollment to its reported full-time enrollment [(Part-time Enrollment x 0.4) + Full-time Enrollment = FTE]. Tuition savings equals the discount on out-of-state tuition that Connecticut residents receive because of the RSP. Revenue figures represent the tuition paid by incoming RSP students. Net revenue equals the RSP surcharge above the in-state rate. All tuition revenue and savings figures are estimates based on annual tuition rates and FTE figures for the fall 2016 semester. Average annual tuition savings is based on fulltime enrollment. NEW ENGLAND BOARD OF HIGHER EDUCATION'S REGIONAL STUDENT PROGRAM (RSP) ANNUAL REPORT 5

8 Highlights of Maine s Participation in the RSP: The RSP provides a tuition break to Maine residents enrolled in approved degree programs at public campuses in the five other New England states, and provides a reciprocal benefit to eligible New England residents enrolled at Maine s public institutions. Maine residents are eligible for more than 700 undergraduate and graduate degree programs with the RSP Tuition Break. RSP Tuition Benefit for Maine Average Annual Tuition Savings for Maine Residents $6,675 Total Annual Tuition Savings for Maine Residents $2.2 million Total Annual Tuition Revenue from RSP Enrollment $11.5 million Total Net Tuition Revenue from RSP Enrollment $3.8 million Total Annual Fee Revenue from RSP Enrollment $1.9 million RSP Enrollment Data for Maine Head Count FTE Number of Maine residents enrolled under the RSP Number of RSP students enrolled at Maine public colleges 1, Examples of Programs Enrolling Maine Residents in : Atmospheric Sciences Biomedical Engineering Cognitive Science Communications/Media Dental Medicine Equine Studies Fashion Design Health Management and Policy Illustration Mountain Recreation Management Nursing (Community Colleges-Proximity) Ocean Engineering Performing Arts Pharmacy/Pharmaceutical Sciences Physiology and Neurobiology Public Health Sciences Veterinary Technology and Animal Science Visual Design NOTES REGARDING DATA: The full-time equivalent (FTE) enrollments were calculated using a modified version of the U.S. Dept. of Ed's methodology. Specifically, the FTE was determined by adding 40 percent of an institution's reported part-time enrollment to its reported full-time enrollment [(Part-time Enrollment x 0.4) + Full-time Enrollment = FTE]. Tuition savings equals the discount on out-of-state tuition that Maine residents receive because of the RSP. Revenue figures represent the tuition paid by incoming RSP students. Net revenue equals the RSP surcharge above the in-state rate. All tuition revenue and savings figures are estimates based on annual tuition rates and FTE figures for the fall 2016 semester. Average annual tuition savings is based on fulltime enrollment. NEW ENGLAND BOARD OF HIGHER EDUCATION'S REGIONAL STUDENT PROGRAM (RSP) ANNUAL REPORT 6

9 Highlights of Massachusetts Participation in the RSP: The RSP provides a tuition break to Massachusetts residents enrolled in approved degree programs at public campuses in the five other New England states, and provides a reciprocal benefit to eligible New England residents enrolled at Massachusetts public institutions. Massachusetts residents are eligible for more than 400 undergraduate and graduate degree programs with the RSP Tuition Break. RSP Tuition Benefit for Massachusetts Average Annual Tuition Savings for Massachusetts Residents $9,214 Total Annual Tuition Savings for Massachusetts Residents $22.3 million Total Annual Tuition Revenue from RSP Enrollment $27.9 million Total Net Tuition Revenue from RSP Enrollment $12.5 million Total Annual Fee Revenue from RSP Enrollment $15.3 million RSP Enrollment Data for Massachusetts Head Count FTE Number of Mass. residents enrolled under the RSP 2,772 2,415 Number of RSP students enrolled at Mass. public colleges 4,035 3,122.4 Examples of Programs Enrolling Massachusetts Residents in : Actuarial Science Atmospheric Sciences Biomedical Engineering Cognitive Science Forestry Health Management and Policy Human Development and Family Studies Marine Affairs, Marine Science Materials Science and Engineering Mechanical Engineering Technology Ocean Engineering Outdoor Education Pharmacy & Pharmaceutical Science Physiology and Neurobiology Recreation and Leisure Studies Supply Chain Management Therapeutic Recreation Zoology NOTES REGARDING DATA: The full-time equivalent (FTE) enrollments were calculated using a modified version of the U.S. Dept. of Ed's methodology. Specifically, the FTE was determined by adding 40 percent of an institution's reported part-time enrollment to its reported full-time enrollment [(Part-time Enrollment x 0.4) + Full-time Enrollment = FTE]. Tuition savings equals the discount on out-of-state tuition that Massachusetts residents receive because of the RSP. Revenue figures represent the tuition paid by incoming RSP students. Net revenue equals the RSP surcharge above the in-state rate. All tuition revenue and savings figures are estimates based on annual tuition rates and FTE figures for the fall 2016 semester. Average annual tuition savings is based on full-time enrollment. NEW ENGLAND BOARD OF HIGHER EDUCATION'S REGIONAL STUDENT PROGRAM (RSP) ANNUAL REPORT 7

10 Highlights of New Hampshire s Participation in the RSP: The RSP provides a tuition break to New Hampshire residents enrolled in approved degree programs at public campuses in the five other New England states, and provides a reciprocal benefit to eligible New England residents enrolled at New Hampshire s public institutions. New Hampshire residents are eligible for more than 700 undergraduate and graduate degree programs with the RSP Tuition Break. RSP Tuition Benefit for New Hampshire Average Annual Tuition Savings for New Hampshire Residents $7,156 Total Annual Tuition Savings for New Hampshire Residents $14.1 million Total Annual Tuition Revenue from RSP Enrollment $9.8 million Total Net Tuition Revenue from RSP Enrollment $3.6 million Total Annual Fee Revenue from RSP Enrollment $1.2 million RSP Enrollment Data for New Hampshire Head Count FTE Number of NH residents enrolled under the RSP 2,514 1,972.6 Number of RSP students enrolled at NH public colleges Examples of Programs Enrolling New Hampshire Residents in : Atmospheric Sciences (Meteorology) Biomedical Engineering Business Administration (proximity) Communications/Media Criminology Digital Media Electrical Engineering Exercise Physiology Food Science Health Information Systems Marine Engineering Mechanical Engineering Technology Nursing (proximity) Pharmacy (PharmD) Physiology and Neurobiology Real Estate and Urban Economic Studies NOTES REGARDING DATA: The full-time equivalent (FTE) enrollments were calculated using a modified version of the U.S. Dept. of Ed's methodology. Specifically, the FTE was determined by adding 40 percent of an institution's reported part-time enrollment to its reported full-time enrollment [(Part-time Enrollment x 0.4) + Full-time Enrollment = FTE]. Tuition savings equals the discount on out-of-state tuition that New Hampshire residents receive because of the RSP. Revenue figures represent the tuition paid by incoming RSP students. Net revenue equals the RSP surcharge above the in-state rate. All tuition revenue and savings figures are estimates based on annual tuition rates and FTE figures for the fall 2016 semester. Average annual tuition savings is based on full-time enrollment. NEW ENGLAND BOARD OF HIGHER EDUCATION'S REGIONAL STUDENT PROGRAM (RSP) ANNUAL REPORT 8

11 Highlights of Rhode Island s Participation in the RSP: The RSP provides a tuition break to Rhode Island residents enrolled in approved degree programs at public campuses in the five other New England states, and provides a reciprocal benefit to eligible New England residents enrolled at Rhode Island s public institutions. Rhode Island residents are eligible for more than 1,000 undergraduate and graduate degree programs with the RSP Tuition Break. RSP Tuition Benefit for Rhode Island Average Annual Tuition Savings for Rhode Island Residents $8,277 Total Annual Tuition Savings for Rhode Island Residents $7.8 million Total Annual Tuition Revenue from RSP Enrollment $14.8 million Total Net Tuition Revenue from RSP Enrollment $6 million Total Annual Fee Revenue from RSP Enrollment $1.3 million RSP Enrollment Data for Rhode Island Head Count FTE Number of RI residents enrolled under the RSP 1, Number of RSP students enrolled at RI public colleges 1, Examples of Programs Enrolling Rhode Island Residents in : Architecture Athletic Training Cognitive Science Computer Information Systems Communications/Media Criminal Justice Criminology Health & Life Science Law (JD) Legal Studies Marine Transportation Materials Science and Engineering Mechanical Engineering Technology Meteorology Occupational Therapy Physiology and Neurobiology Sport and Leisure Management Visual Design NOTES REGARDING DATA: The full-time equivalent (FTE) enrollments were calculated using a modified version of the U.S. Dept. of Ed's methodology. Specifically, the FTE was determined by adding 40 percent of an institution's reported part-time enrollment to its reported full-time enrollment [(Part-time Enrollment x 0.4) + Full-time Enrollment = FTE]. Tuition savings equals the discount on out-of-state tuition that Rhode Island residents receive because of the RSP. Revenue figures represent the tuition paid by incoming RSP students. Net revenue equals the RSP surcharge above the in-state rate. All tuition revenue and savings figures are estimates based on annual tuition rates and FTE figures for the fall 2016 semester. Average annual tuition savings is based on full-time enrollment. NEW ENGLAND BOARD OF HIGHER EDUCATION'S REGIONAL STUDENT PROGRAM (RSP) ANNUAL REPORT 9

12 Highlights of Vermont s Participation in the RSP: The RSP provides a tuition break to Vermont residents enrolled in approved degree programs at public campuses in the five other New England states, and provides a reciprocal benefit to eligible New England residents enrolled at Vermont s public institutions. Vermont residents are eligible for more than 1,000 undergraduate and graduate degree programs with the RSP Tuition Break. RSP Tuition Benefit for Vermont Average Annual Tuition Savings for Vermont Residents $6,879 Total Annual Tuition Savings for Vermont Residents $2.9 million Total Annual Tuition Revenue from RSP Enrollment $8.9 million Total Net Tuition Revenue from RSP Enrollment $3.1 million Total Annual Fee Revenue from RSP Enrollment $698,957 RSP Enrollment Data for Vermont Head Count FTE Number of Vermont residents enrolled under the RSP Number of RSP students enrolled at Vermont public colleges Examples of Programs Enrolling Vermont Residents in : Astronomy Biomedical Engineering Chemical Engineering Early Childhood Education Financial Economics Food and Nutrition Health Education Health Management and Policy Marine Biology/Marine Science Marine Engineering Mechanical Engineering Technology Nursing Occupational Therapy Pharmaceutical Sciences Radiography Respiratory Therapy Visual Design NOTES REGARDING DATA: The full-time equivalent (FTE) enrollments were calculated using a modified version of the U.S. Dept. of Ed's methodology. Specifically, the FTE was determined by adding 40 percent of an institution's reported part-time enrollment to its reported full-time enrollment [(Part-time Enrollment x 0.4) + Full-time Enrollment = FTE]. Tuition savings equals the discount on out-of-state tuition that Vermont residents receive because of the RSP. Revenue figures represent the tuition paid by incoming RSP students. Net revenue equals the RSP surcharge above the in-state rate. All tuition revenue and savings figures are estimates based on annual tuition rates and FTE figures for the fall 2016 semester. Average annual tuition savings is based on fulltime enrollment. NEW ENGLAND BOARD OF HIGHER EDUCATION'S REGIONAL STUDENT PROGRAM (RSP) ANNUAL REPORT 10

13 RSP Tuition Savings and Revenue Summary of Regional Student Program (RSP) Data The New England Board of Higher Education s Regional Student Program (RSP) Tuition Break provided New England residents an estimated total of $60 million in savings on their tuition bills. The weightedaverage savings per full-time student was $8,033. Meanwhile, the RSP participating institutions received an estimated total of more than $94 million in tuition revenue from RSP students in RSP Enrollment Data reported for Fall 2016 Total RSP enrollment reported for Fall 2016 was a headcount of 9,002, up slightly (0.5%) over Fall 2015, following two years of modest decreases (3% each year). RSP Enrollment by Institution Type: Fall 2016 vs Fall 2015 Degree Type % of Total RSP Enrollment Annual Change Fall 2015 vs Fall 2014 All Institutions 100% increase of 0.5% decrease of 3% Undergraduate 58% increase of 6.8% decrease of 0.1% Community College 37% decrease of 5% decrease of 7% Graduate 5% decrease of 17.6% decrease of 3% Incoming and Outgoing RSP Enrollments by State Most of the New England states saw an increase in incoming RSP enrollment and a decrease in outgoing RSP enrollment. In terms of incoming students, New Hampshire was the only state to enroll RSP students primarily at its community colleges. The other five states enrolled the majority of RSP students at their bachelor s degree-granting institutions. Residents of New Hampshire and Vermont enrolled primarily in community colleges, whereas residents of the other four states enrolled primarily in bachelor s programs. Enrollment breakdowns by type of institution and state are provided in Figs. 1 through 8. Migration data by degree level for each state is included on the states individual highlights pages (pages 5-10). RSP Enrollment Migration by State: Fall 2016 vs Fall 2015 State Incoming Enrollment Outgoing Enrollment Outgoing enrollment trend Connecticut increase of 7% decrease of 2% 76% at undergrad colleges Maine increase of 8% decrease of 4% 56% at undergrad colleges Massachusetts decrease of 4% increase of 4% 65% at undergrad colleges New Hampshire increase of 3% decrease of 5% 52% at community colleges Rhode Island increase of 1% increase of 5% 52% at undergrad colleges Vermont decrease of 1% decrease of 7% 49% at community colleges Enrollment numbers for individual degree programs are provided in the Appendix. NEW ENGLAND BOARD OF HIGHER EDUCATION'S REGIONAL STUDENT PROGRAM (RSP) ANNUAL REPORT 11

14 Snapshot of Overall Enrollment Trends NEBHE compared RSP enrollment trends against general Fall 2016 enrollment data reported by the National Student Clearinghouse (NSC) in its December 2016 report. Four states Connecticut, Maine, New Hampshire and Rhode Island saw increases in RSP enrollment but decreases in overall enrollment (public and independent). The NSC report found that total enrollment nationally at two-year and four-year public institutions saw a decrease, whereas total RSP enrollment saw a slight increase. Enrollment Change by State of Attendance: Fall 2016 vs Fall 2015 Total Enrollment (Public + Independent)* RSP Enrollment Connecticut decrease of 3.3% increase of 7% Maine decrease of 2.5% increase of 8% Massachusetts decrease of 2.9% decrease of 4% New Hampshire increase of 17.4%** increase of 3% Rhode Island decrease of 1.4% increase of 1% Vermont increase of 1.3% decrease of 1% Nationally, total undergraduate four-year enrollment saw a decrease of 0.3%, whereas; RSP undergraduate four-year enrollment saw an increase of 6.8%. Enrollment Change by Institution Type: Fall 2016 vs Fall 2015 Enrollment by Institution Type National Enrollment* RSP Enrollment Total 2-yr & 4-yr publics decrease of 1.0% increase of 0.5% 2-yr publics decrease of 2.6% decrease of 5.4% Undergrad 4--yr publics decrease of 0.3% increase of 6.8% Graduate 4-yr publics increase of 2.7% decrease of 17.6% *Source: National Student Clearinghouse (NSC): Current Term Enrollment Estimates, Fall 2016, Dec ** Note: Combined total enrollment for Keene State College, Plymouth State University and University of New Hampshire decreased 1.5% (NEBHE analysis of Common Data Sets and institutional research reports). Data Source The New England Board of Higher Education surveyed all of the RSP participating institutions for Fall 2016 enrollment data and student characteristics. NEBHE calculated annual enrollment and tuition savings and revenue data, based on fall 2016 enrollment data and annual tuition rates. NEW ENGLAND BOARD OF HIGHER EDUCATION'S REGIONAL STUDENT PROGRAM (RSP) ANNUAL REPORT 12

15 Fig. 1. RSP Tuition Savings and Revenue and Enrollment by State: NEBHE's Regional Student Program (RSP) provided New England residents an estimated total of $60 million in savings on their tuition bills. The average annual tuition discount for a full-time RSP student was $9,740. The RSP participating institutions received an estimated total of $94.5 million in tuition revenue from RSP students. RSP Tuition Savings by State of Residence: State of Residence Tuition Savings Avg. Savings/FTE FTE Enrollment # Students Connecticut $10,930,091 $7,746 1, ,595 Maine $2,229,420 $6, Massachusetts $22,250,966 $9,214 2, ,772 New Hampshire $14,116,159 $7,156 1, ,514 Rhode Island $7,787,022 $8, ,203 Vermont $2,936,027 $6, New England $60,249,684 $8,033 7, ,002 RSP Tuition Revenue by State of Attendance: State of Attendance Tuition Revenue Fee Revenue FTE Enrollment # Students Net Revenue Total Tuition & Fee Revenue Connecticut $21,489,627 $3,939,009 1, ,262 $9,041,924 $25,428,636 Maine $11,496,862 $1,892, ,013 $3,848,087 $13,388,990 Massachusetts $27,865,639 $15,260,067 3, ,035 $12,423,647 $43,125,706 New Hampshire $9,802,105 $1,159, $3,614,318 $10,961,505 Rhode Island $14,799,644 $1,264, ,353 $6,017,327 $16,064,029 Vermont $8,912,803 $698, $3,127,680 $9,611,760 New England $94,366,679 $24,213,946 7, ,002 $38,072,983 $118,580,625 NOTES: The RSP tuition savings figures represent the discount on out-of-state tuition received by eligible residents. Revenue figures represent the total tuition and estimated mandatory fees paid by RSP students to participating institutions. Net revenue equals the RSP surcharge above the in-state tuition rate. The revenue figures are calculated based on annual tuition rates and mandatory fees and FTE figures reported for the fall 2016 semester. The fulltime equivalent (FTE) enrollments were calculated using a modified version of the U.S. Department of Education's methodology. Specifically, the FTE was determined by adding 40 percent of an institution's reported part-time enrollment to its reported full-time enrollment [(Part-time Enrollment x 0.4) + Full-time Enrollment = FTE]. Total numbers may vary slightly due to rounding. NEW ENGLAND BOARD OF HIGHER EDUCATION'S REGIONAL STUDENT PROGRAM (RSP) ANNUAL REPORT 13

16 Fig. 2. RSP Tuition and Fee Revenue and Enrollment by Institution: During the academic year, New England public colleges and universities received an estimated $94.4 in tuition revenue and $24.2 million in fee revenue from 9,002 students enrolled under the RSP. Revenue Enrollment CONNECTICUT Institutions Tuition Fees Total FTE Head Count Asnuntuck Community College $395,064 $71,366 $466, Gateway Community College $7,812 $941 $8, Northwestern Connecticut Community College $32,364 $3,898 $36, Quinebaug Valley Community College $34,596 $4,166 $38, Three Rivers Community College $22,320 $2,688 $25, Connecticut Community College Totals $492,156 $83,059 $575, Central Connecticut State University (Undergraduate) $164,304 $115,332 $279, Central Connecticut State University (Graduate) $116,946 $65,112 $182, Eastern Connecticut State University $1,228,368 $974,656 $2,203, Southern Connecticut State University $70,416 $52,128 $122, Western Connecticut State University $86,064 $62,788 $148, Connecticut State University Totals $1,666,098 $1,270,016 $2,936, University of Connecticut (Undergraduate) $14,762,927 $2,200,685 $16,963, University of Connecticut (Graduate) $3,441,943 $251,855 $3,693, University of Connecticut School of Dental Medicine $697,684 $86,853 $784, University of Connecticut School of Law $87,005 $1,541 $88, University of Connecticut School of Medicine $341,814 $45,000 $386, University of Connecticut Totals $19,331,373 $2,585,934 $21,917, CONNECTICUT TOTALS $21,489,627 $3,939,009 $25,428,636 1, ,262 MAINE Institutions Tuition Fees Total FTE Head Count Central Maine Community College $191,268 $38,808 $230, Kennebec Valley Community College $3,312 $475 $3, Northern Maine Community College $16,560 $3,896 $20, Southern Maine Community College $180,504 $43,600 $224, Washington County Community College $24,840 $5,400 $30, York County Community College $8,280 $1,800 $10, Maine Community College Totals $424,764 $93,979 $518, Maine Maritime Academy $1,517,890 $354,276 $1,872, University of Maine (Undergraduate) $6,902,496 $1,228,176 $8,130, University of Maine (Graduate) $108,864 $12,858 $121, University of Maine at Augusta $57,258 $7,316 $64, University of Maine at Farmington $1,288,224 $85,981 $1,374, University of Maine at Machias $208,464 $17,574 $226, University of Southern Maine (Undergraduate) $689,136 $77,938 $767, University of Southern Maine (Graduate) $208,506 $11,210 $219, University of Maine School of Law $91,260 $2,820 $94, University of Maine Totals $9,554,208 $1,443,873 $10,998, MAINE TOTALS $11,496,862 $1,892,128 $13,388, ,013 NEW ENGLAND BOARD OF HIGHER EDUCATION'S REGIONAL STUDENT PROGRAM (RSP) ANNUAL REPORT 14

17 Fig. 2. RSP Tuition Revenue and Enrollment by Institution: (continued) MASSACHUSETTS Institutions Tuition Fees Total FTE Head Count Berkshire Community College $16,848 $77,328 $94, Bristol Community College $193,392 $1,194,464 $1,387, Bunker Hill Community College $3,024 $11,592 $14, Greenfield Community College $86,814 $429,692 $516, Holyoke Community College $41,040 $306,660 $347, Massachusetts Bay Community College $3,888 $17,280 $21, Middlesex Community College $166,968 $751,356 $918, Mount Wachusett Community College $79,425 $374,886 $454, North Shore Community College $31,725 $138,744 $170, Northern Essex Community College $530,556 $2,313,038 $2,843, Quinsigamond Community College $10,152 $46,248 $56, Springfield Technical Community College $72,000 $512,640 $584, Massachusetts Community College Totals $1,235,832 $6,173,928 $7,409,760 1, ,909 Bridgewater State University $77,634 $487,051 $564, Fitchburg State University $134,151 $826,573 $960, Framingham State University $20,661 $109,766 $130, Massachusetts College of Art and Design $3,418,250 $3,071,750 $6,490, Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts $97,953 $571,868 $669, Massachusetts Maritime Academy $254,075 $863,446 $1,117, Salem State University $7,371 $49,129 $56, Westfield State University $372,771 $2,121,903 $2,494, Worcester State University $85,845 $465,333 $551, Massachusetts State University Totals $4,468,711 $8,566,819 $13,035, ,034 University of Massachusetts Amherst (Undergraduate) $3,075,910 $47,092 $3,123, University of Massachusetts Amherst (Graduate) $909,830 $77,979 $987, University of Massachusetts Boston (Undergraduate) $313,741 $12,710 $326, University of Massachusetts Boston (Graduate) $81,120 $2,310 $83, University of Massachusetts Dartmouth (Undergraduate) $3,133,310 $73,567 $3,206, University of Massachusetts Dartmouth (Graduate) $194,317 $4,134 $198, University of Massachusetts School of Law Dartmouth $223,468 $2,520 $225, University of Massachusetts Lowell (Undergraduate) $13,045,674 $202,875 $13,248, University of Massachusetts Lowell (Graduate) $1,085,446 $18,600 $1,104, UMass Worcester Graduate School of Nursing $98,280 $77,532 $175, University of Massachusetts Totals $22,161,096 $519,320 $22,680, ,092 MASSACHUSETTS TOTALS $27,865,639 $15,260,067 $43,125,706 3, ,035 NEW ENGLAND BOARD OF HIGHER EDUCATION'S REGIONAL STUDENT PROGRAM (RSP) ANNUAL REPORT 15

18 Fig. 2. RSP Tuition Revenue and Enrollment by Institution: (continued) NEW HAMPSHIRE Institutions Tuition Fees Total FTE Head Count Great Bay Community College $440,640 $32,314 $472, Lakes Region Community College $146,880 $5,814 $152, Manchester Community College $131,040 $8,081 $139, Nashua Community College $246,240 $17,613 $263, NHTI, Concord's Community College $136,800 $10,032 $146, River Valley Community College $436,320 $27,573 $463, White Mountains Community College $403,200 $32,088 $435, Community College System of New Hampshire Totals $1,941,120 $133,515 $2,074, Keene State College $849,362 $128,018 $977, Plymouth State University $996,000 $183,900 $1,179, University of New Hampshire (Undergraduate) $4,756,021 $606,160 $5,362, University of New Hampshire (Graduate) $1,038,000 $104,000 $1,142, University of New Hampshire at Manchester $221,603 $3,807 $225, University System of New Hampshire Totals $7,860,985 $1,025,885 $8,886, NEW HAMPSHIRE TOTALS $9,802,105 $1,159,400 $10,961, RHODE ISLAND Institutions Tuition Fees Total FTE Head Count Community College of Rhode Island $2,178,398 $123,514 $2,301, Rhode Island College $363,018 $36,992 $400, University of Rhode Island (Undergraduate) $11,380,606 $1,026,206 $12,406, University of Rhode Island (Graduate) $877,622 $77,674 $955, University of Rhode Island Totals $12,258,228 $1,103,880 $13,362, RHODE ISLAND TOTALS $14,799,644 $1,264,386 $16,064,029 1, ,353 VERMONT Institutions Tuition Fees Total FTE Head Count Community College of Vermont $176,088 $28,449 $204, Castleton University $46,224 $3,888 $50, Johnson State College $619,574 $68,720 $688, Lyndon State College $4,079,376 $283,556 $4,362, Vermont Technical College $1,730,160 $128,249 $1,858, Vermont State College System Totals $6,651,422 $512,862 $7,164, University of Vermont $2,261,381 $186,094 $2,447, VERMONT TOTALS $8,912,803 $698,956 $9,611, NEW ENGLAND TOTALS $94,366,679 $24,213,946 $118,580,626 7, ,002 The following institutions did not report any enrollment under the RSP: In Connecticut: Capital, Housatonic, Manchester, Middlesex, Naugatuck Valley, Norwalk and Tunxis community colleges. In Maine: Eastern Maine Community College; University of Maine at Fort Kent and University of Maine at Presque Isle (because they have institutional policies allowing all out-of-state students to pay lower tuition). In Massachusetts: Cape Cod, Massasoit and Roxbury community colleges. NOTES: The revenue figures are calculated based on annual tuition rates and mandatory fees and FTE figures reported for the fall 2016 semester. The full-time equivalent (FTE) enrollments were calculated using a modified version of the U.S. Department of Education's methodology. Specifically, the FTE was determined by adding 40 percent of an institution's reported part-time enrollment to its reported full-time enrollment [(Part-time Enrollment x 0.4) + Full-time Enrollment = FTE]. Total numbers may vary slightly due to rounding. NEW ENGLAND BOARD OF HIGHER EDUCATION'S REGIONAL STUDENT PROGRAM (RSP) ANNUAL REPORT 16

19 Fig. 3. RSP Enrollment at Participating Institutions by State of Residence: CONNECTICUT Institutions: CT ME MA NH RI VT TOTALS Asnuntuck Community College Gateway Community College Northwestern Connecticut Community College Quinebaug Valley Community College Three Rivers Community College Connecticut Community College Totals Central Connecticut State University (Undergraduate) Central Connecticut State University (Graduate) Eastern Connecticut State University Southern Connecticut State University Western Connecticut State University Connecticut State University Totals University of Connecticut (Undergraduate) University of Connecticut (Graduate) University of Connecticut School of Dental Medicine University of Connecticut School of Law University of Connecticut School of Medicine University of Connecticut Totals CONNECTICUT TOTALS ,262 MAINE Institutions: CT ME MA NH RI VT TOTALS Central Maine Community College Kennebec Valley Community College Northern Maine Community College Southern Maine Community College Washington County Community College York County Community College Maine Community College Totals Maine Maritime Academy University of Maine (Undergraduate) University of Maine (Graduate) University of Maine at Augusta University of Maine at Farmington University of Maine at Machias University of Southern Maine (Undergraduate) University of Southern Maine (Graduate) University of Maine School of Law University of Maine Totals MAINE TOTALS ,013 NEW ENGLAND BOARD OF HIGHER EDUCATION'S REGIONAL STUDENT PROGRAM (RSP) ANNUAL REPORT 17

20 Fig. 3. RSP Enrollment at Participating Institutions by State of Residence: (continued) MASSACHUSETTS Institutions: CT ME MA NH RI VT TOTALS Berkshire Community College Bristol Community College Bunker Hill Community College Greenfield Community College Holyoke Community College Massachusetts Bay Community College Middlesex Community College Mount Wachusett Community College North Shore Community College Northern Essex Community College Quinsigamond Community College Springfield Technical Community College Massachusetts Community College Totals , ,909 Bridgewater State University Fitchburg State University Framingham State University Massachusetts College of Art and Design Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts Massachusetts Maritime Academy Salem State University Westfield State University (Undergraduate) Westfield State University (Graduate) Worcester State University Massachusetts State University Totals ,034 University of Massachusetts Amherst (Undergraduate) University of Massachusetts Amherst (Graduate) University of Massachusetts Boston (Undergraduate) University of Massachusetts Boston (Graduate) University of Massachusetts Dartmouth (Undergraduate) University of Massachusetts Dartmouth (Graduate) University of Massachusetts School of Law Dartmouth University of Massachusetts Lowell (Undergraduate) University of Massachusetts Lowell (Graduate) UMass Worcester Graduate School of Nursing University of Massachusetts Totals ,092 MASSACHUSETTS TOTALS , ,035 NEW ENGLAND BOARD OF HIGHER EDUCATION'S REGIONAL STUDENT PROGRAM (RSP) ANNUAL REPORT 18

21 Fig. 3. RSP Enrollment at Participating Institutions by State of Residence: (continued) NEW HAMPSHIRE Institutions: CT ME MA NH RI VT TOTALS Great Bay Community College Lakes Region Community College Manchester Community College Nashua Community College NHTI, Concord's Community College River Valley Community College White Mountains Community College Community College System of New Hampshire Totals Keene State College Plymouth State University University of New Hampshire (Undergraduate) University of New Hampshire (Graduate) University of New Hampshire at Manchester University System of New Hampshire Totals NEW HAMPSHIRE TOTALS RHODE ISLAND Institutions: CT ME MA NH RI VT TOTALS Community College of Rhode Island Rhode Island College University of Rhode Island (Undergraduate) University of Rhode Island (Graduate) RHODE ISLAND TOTALS ,353 VERMONT Institutions: CT ME MA NH RI VT TOTALS Community College of Vermont Castleton University Johnson State College Lyndon State College Vermont Technical College Vermont State College Totals University of Vermont (Undergraduate) University of Vermont (Graduate) University of Vermont Totals VERMONT TOTALS CT ME MA NH RI VT TOTALS NEW ENGLAND TOTALS 1, ,772 2,514 1, ,002 NOTES: The following institutions did not report any enrollment under the RSP: In Connecticut: Capital, Gateway, Housatonic, Manchester, Middlesex, Norwalk and Tunxis community colleges. In Maine: Eastern Maine and Kennebec Valley community colleges; University of Maine at Fort Kent and University of Maine at Presque Isle (because they have institutional policies allowing all out-ofstate students to pay reduced tuition, effective starting Fall 2015). In Massachusetts: Cape Cod, Massasoit, Roxbury community colleges. NEW ENGLAND BOARD OF HIGHER EDUCATION'S REGIONAL STUDENT PROGRAM (RSP) ANNUAL REPORT 19

22 Fig. 4. Total RSP Enrollment: (headcount) Fig 8. RSP Migration: STATE CT OUT ME OUT MA OUT NH OUT RI OUT VT OUT TOTALS IN Net Flow of Total RSP Enrollment: CT IN ,262 CT ME MA NH RI VT ME IN , ,263 1, MA IN , ,035 OUT IN IN OUT IN IN NH IN RI IN ,353 KEY: IN = Incoming RSP enrollment to public colleges/universities. VT IN OUT = Outgoing RSP Enrollment of residents. TOTALS OUT 1, ,772 2,514 1, ,002 Fig. 5. RSP Enrollment at Community Colleges: (37% of total enrollment) RSP Enrollment at Community Colleges: IN OUT STATE CT OUT ME OUT MA OUT NH OUT RI OUT VT OUT TOTALS IN CT IN ME IN MA IN , ,909 NH IN RI IN VT IN TOTALS OUT , ,291 CT ME MA NH RI VT , , Fig. 6. Undergraduate RSP Enrollment at State Colleges and Universities: (58% of total enrollment) RSP Undergraduate Enrollment at State Colleges and Universities: IN OUT STATE CT OUT ME OUT MA OUT NH OUT RI OUT VT OUT TOTALS IN CT IN ME IN MA IN ,959 NH IN RI IN VT IN TOTALS OUT 1, ,800 1, ,232 CT ME MA NH RI VT , ,154 1, , Fig. 7. Graduate RSP Enrollment: (5% of total enrollment) RSP Graduate Enrollment: IN OUT STATE CT OUT ME OUT MA OUT NH OUT RI OUT VT OUT TOTALS IN CT IN ME IN MA IN NH IN RI IN VT IN TOTALS OUT CT ME MA NH RI VT NEW ENGLAND BOARD OF HIGHER EDUCATION'S REGIONAL STUDENT PROGRAM (RSP) ANNUAL REPORT 20

23 Fig. 9. RSP Enrollment by Institution and State: through (headcount) CONNECTICUT Asnuntuck Community College Capital Community College Gateway Community College Housatonic Community College Manchester Community College Middlesex Community College Naugatuck Valley Community College Northwestern Connecticut Community College Norwalk Community College Quinebaug Valley Community College Three Rivers Community College Tunxis Community College Connecticut Community College Totals Central Connecticut State University Eastern Connecticut State University Southern Connecticut State University Western Connecticut State University Connecticut State University Totals University of Connecticut University of Connecticut School of Dental Medicine University of Connecticut School of Law University of Connecticut School of Medicine University of Connecticut Totals CONNECTICUT TOTALS ,018 1,109 1,179 1,262 MAINE Central Maine Community College Eastern Maine Community College Kennebec Valley Community College Northern Maine Community College Southern Maine Community College Washington County Community College York County Community College Maine Community College Totals Maine Maritime Academy University of Maine University of Maine at Augusta University of Maine Farmington University of Maine at Fort Kent na na University of Maine at Machias University of Maine at Presque Isle na na University of Southern Maine University of Maine School of Law University of Maine Totals MAINE TOTALS ,013 NEW ENGLAND BOARD OF HIGHER EDUCATION'S REGIONAL STUDENT PROGRAM (RSP) ANNUAL REPORT 21

24 Fig. 9. RSP Enrollment by Institution and State: through (continued) MASSACHUSETTS Berkshire Community College Bristol Community College Bunker Hill Community College Cape Cod Community College Greenfield Community College Holyoke Community College Massachusetts Bay Community College Massasoit Community College Middlesex Community College Mount Wachusett Community College North Shore Community College Northern Essex Community College , ,157 1,179 1,086 1, Quinsigamond Community College Roxbury Community College Springfield Technical Community College Massachusetts Community College Totals 2,417 2,510 2,604 2,725 2,683 2,552 2,504 2,274 2,128 1,909 MASSACHUSETTS Bridgewater State University Fitchburg State University Framingham State University Massachusetts College of Art and Design Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts Massachusetts Maritime Academy Salem State University Westfield State University Worcester State University Massachusetts State University Totals ,025 1,062 1, ,034 University of Massachusetts Amherst University of Massachusetts Boston University of Massachusetts Dartmouth UMass School of Law Dartmouth University of Massachusetts Lowell University of Massachusetts Worcester University of Massachusetts Totals 799 1,094 1,353 1,423 1,438 1,491 1,369 1,158 1,091 1,092 MASSACHUSETTS TOTALS 4,058 4,469 4,887 5,059 5,118 5,068 4,935 4,467 4,183 4,035 NEW ENGLAND BOARD OF HIGHER EDUCATION'S REGIONAL STUDENT PROGRAM (RSP) ANNUAL REPORT 22

25 Fig. 9. RSP Enrollment by Institution and State: through (continued) NEW HAMPSHIRE Great Bay Community College (Stratham) Lakes Region Community College (Laconia) Manchester Community College Nashua Community College NHTI, Concord's Community College River Valley Community College (Claremont) White Mountains Community College (Berlin) Community College System of NH Totals Keene State College Plymouth State University University of New Hampshire University of New Hampshire at Manchester University System of New Hampshire Totals NEW HAMPSHIRE TOTALS RHODE ISLAND Community College of Rhode Island Rhode Island College University of Rhode Island RHODE ISLAND TOTALS 1, ,031 1,069 1,289 1,388 1,337 1,353 VERMONT Community College of Vermont Castleton University Johnson State College Lyndon State College Vermont Technical College Vermont State College Totals University of Vermont VERMONT TOTALS NEW ENGLAND TOTALS 7,967 8,202 8,777 9,161 9,293 9,338 9,533 9,242 8,958 9,002 NOTES: The following institutions did not report any enrollment under the RSP in : In Connecticut: Capital, Gateway, Housatonic, Manchester, Middlesex, Naugatuck Valley, Norwalk and Tunxis community colleges. In Maine: Eastern Maine Community College; University of Maine at Fort Kent and University of Maine at Presque Isle (because they have institutional policies allowing all out-of-state students to pay reduced tuition, effective starting Fall 2015). In Massachusetts: Cape Cod, Massasoit, Roxbury community colleges. NEW ENGLAND BOARD OF HIGHER EDUCATION'S REGIONAL STUDENT PROGRAM (RSP) ANNUAL REPORT 23

26 Fig. 10. RSP Enrollment History Total Number of Regional Student Program Exchanges: through CONNECTICUT MAINE MASSACHUSETTS NEW HAMPSHIRE RHODE ISLAND VERMONT *N.E. ALL YEARS IN OUT IN OUT IN OUT IN OUT IN OUT IN OUT TOTALS GRAND TOTALS 33,719 52,059 23,560 21, ,758 85,925 32,302 75,520 55,925 37,363 21,738 25, ,002 Total RSP Enrollment: through ,533 9,161 9,293 9,338 9,242 8,777 8,202 7,967 8,958 9,002 *N.E. TOTALS equal the total number of RSP participants in a given year. GRAND TOTALS equal the number of RSP exchanges (or the total number of annual discounted tuition bills) for all enrollment years, from to present. OUT IN Outgoing RSP enrollment of residents. Incoming RSP enrollment to public colleges/universities. Connecticut: through ,206 1,278 1,375 1,458 1,609 1,660 1,660 1,620 1,529 1, ,018 1,109 1,179 1,262 New Hampshire: through ,440 2,848 3,076 3,104 3,114 3,144 3,176 2,834 2,636 2, Maine: through ,013 Rhode Island: through ,035 1,189 1,246 1,214 1,168 1,156 1,120 1,148 1,203 1, ,031 1,069 1,289 1,388 1,337 1,353 Massachusetts: through Vermont: through ,079 1,820 1,913 2,054 2,048 2,147 2,430 2,649 2,673 2, ,058 4,469 4,887 5,059 5,118 5,068 4,935 4,467 4,183 4, NEW ENGLAND BOARD OF HIGHER EDUCATION'S REGIONAL STUDENT PROGRAM (RSP) ANNUAL REPORT 24

27 Fig. 11. RSP Annual Full-Time Tuition Rates and Savings: CONNECTICUT RSP Rate Savings Connecticut Community Colleges: $5,580 $5,580 Asnuntuck, Capital, Gateway, Housatonic, Manchester, Middlesex, Naugatuck Valley, Northwestern Conn., Norwalk, Quinebaug Valley, Three Rivers, Tunxis Connecticut State University System $7,824 $9,058 Central, Eastern, Southern, Western University of Connecticut $19,642 $13,374 UConn Graduate School $24,220 $10,566 UConn School of Dental Medicine $53,668 $11,571 UConn School of Law $48,336 $9,610 UConn School of Medicine $56,969 $6,793 MAINE Maine Community Colleges $4,140 $1,380 Central Maine, Eastern Maine, Kennebec Valley, Northern Maine, Southern Maine, Washington County, York County Maine Maritime Academy $15,080 $8,050 University of Maine $12,960 $14,280 University of Maine at Augusta $9,750 $6,000 University of Maine at Farmington $12,960 $4,480 University of Maine at Machias $10,320 $8,160 University of Southern Maine $11,760 $8,190 University of Maine Graduate $19,440 $21,390 University of Southern Maine Graduate $17,670 $13,110 University of Maine Law School $30,420 $2,940 MASSACHUSETTS RSP Rate Savings Berkshire Community College $1,170 $6,630 Bristol Community College $1,080 $5,820 Bunker Hill Community College $1,080 $5,820 Cape Cod Community College $1,080 $5,820 Greenfield Community College $1,170 $7,260 Holyoke Community College $1,080 $5,820 Massachusetts Bay Community College $1,080 $5,820 Massasoit Community College $1,080 $5,820 Middlesex Community College $1,080 $5,820 Mount Wachusett Community College $1,125 $5,775 North Shore Community College $1,125 $6,585 Northern Essex Community College $1,140 $6,840 Quinsigamond Community College $1,080 $5,820 Roxbury Community College $1,170 $6,240 Springfield Technical Community College $1,125 $6,135 MASSACHUSETTS RSP Rate Savings Bridgewater State University $1,710 $7,110 Fitchburg State University $1,455 $5,595 Framingham State University $1,455 $5,595 Massachusetts College of Art and Design $12,430 $9,200 Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts $1,545 $8,430 Massachusetts Maritime Academy $2,856 $15,372 Salem State University $1,365 $5,685 Westfield State University $1,455 $5,595 Worcester State University $1,455 $5,595 University of Massachusetts Amherst $24,886 $6,937 University of Massachusetts Boston $24,511 $7,187 University of Massachusetts Dartmouth $17,292 $9,776 University of Massachusetts Lowell $24,114 $6,386 UMass Amherst Graduate $24,327 $5,317 UMass Boston Graduate $27,040 $5,873 UMass Dartmouth Graduate $14,288 $6,012 UMass Lowell Graduate $21,884 $3,969 UMass School of Law Dartmouth $27,934 $6,055 UMass Worcester School of Nursing Varies by program NEW HAMPSHIRE Community College System of NH $7,200 $3,720 Great Bay, Lakes Region, Manchester, Nashua, NHTI Keene State College $17,549 $1,803 Plymouth State University $13,280 $6,000 University of New Hampshire $25,218 $2,993 UNH at Manchester $23,352 $2,976 University of New Hampshire Graduate $24,623 $3,248 RHODE ISLAND Community College of Rhode Island $5,925 $5,255 Rhode Island College $10,677 $8,102 University of Rhode Island $19,474 $7,644 Rhode Island College Graduate $10,602 $3,154 University of Rhode Island Graduate $17,694 $6,512 VERMONT Community College of Vermont $6,072 $6,072 Castleton State College $15,408 $10,248 Johnson State College $15,336 $7,344 Lyndon State College $15,336 $6,576 Vermont Technical College $19,440 $5,352 University of Vermont* $26,418 $11,742 ** Please note that tuition rates and fees are subject to change by institution NEW ENGLAND BOARD OF HIGHER EDUCATION'S REGIONAL STUDENT PROGRAM (RSP) ANNUAL REPORT 25

28 Regional Student Program, Tuition Break, Participating Institutions and Representatives CONNECTICUT CONNECTICUT COMMUNITY COLLEGES Asnuntuck Community College Jennifer Anilowski, Interim Director of Admissions Capital Community College Greg Gorneault, Director of Admissions Gateway Community College Tony Carberry, Director of Enrollment Management Housatonic Community College Earl Graham, Director of Admissions William Brown, Acting Dean of Academic Affairs Manchester Community College Peter Harris, Director of Enrollment Management Middlesex Community College Gayle Barrett, Director of Admissions Naugatuck Valley Community College Linda Stango, Director of Admissions Northwestern Connecticut Community College Joanne Nardi, Director of Admissions Norwalk Community College William Chagnon, Director of Admissions Quinebaug Valley Community College Sarah Hendrick, Associate Director of Admissions Three Rivers Community College Margaret Stroup, Director of Admissions Tunxis Community College Tamika Davis, Director of Admissions CONNECTICUT STATE UNIVERSITIES Central Connecticut State University Larry Hall, Director of Recruitment and Admissions Patricia Gardner, Associate Director of Graduate Recruitment and Admissions Eastern Connecticut State University Christopher P. Dorsey, Director of Admissions Patricia A. Kleine, Dean of Education/Professional Studies & Graduate Program Southern Connecticut State University Alexis S. Haakonsen, Director of Admissions Western Connecticut State University Jay Murray, Interim Associate Vice President for Enrollment Services Christopher Shankle, Associate Director of Graduate Admissions University of Connecticut Nathan Fuerst, Director of Undergraduate Admissions Anne Lanzit, Program Administrator, Graduate School UConn School of Dental Medicine Donna Paolella, Associate Dean for Admissions UConn School of Law Karen DeMeola, Assistant Dean of Students Timothy S. Fisher, Dean UConn School of Medicine Richard A. Zeff, Assistant Dean for Admissions MAINE MAINE COMMUNITY COLLEGE SYSTEM Central Maine Community College Andrew Morong, Director of Admissions Eastern Maine Community College Stacy Green, Interim Director of Admissions Kennebec Valley Community College Erica Mazzeo, Academic Dean Northern Maine Community College Eugene McCluskey, Director of Admissions Southern Maine Community College Amy N. Lee, Director of Enrollment Management Jeremy Dill, Assistant Dean of Enrollment and Registration/Registrar Washington County Community College Susan Mingo, Dean of Enrollment Management and Student Services York County Community College Fred Quistgard, Director of Admissions Maine Maritime Academy Kelly Gualtieri, Director of Admissions UNIVERSITY OF MAINE SYSTEM University of Maine Jeffrey St. John, Associate Provost for Academic Affairs Scott Delcourt, Assistant Vice President for Graduate Studies and Senior Associate Dean University of Maine at Augusta Tricia Dyer, Director of Academic Advising University of Maine Farmington Lisa Ellrich, Associate Director of Admissions University of Maine at Machias Karen Kimball, Interim Provost University of Southern Maine Sara Cookie Treible, Associate Director of Undergraduate Admissions Andrew King, Director of Admissions Mary Sloan, Director of Office of Graduate Studies University of Maine School of Law Caroline Wilshusen, Director of Admissions Danielle Conway, Dean MASSACHUSETTS MASSACHUSETTS COMMUNITY COLLEGES Berkshire Community College Michael F. Bullock, Vice President for Student Affairs & Enrollment Services Bristol Community College John McLaughlin, Dean of Admissions Bunker Hill Community College Kim Buckwalter, Registrar/Director of Enrollment Services Cape Cod Community College Matthew Cormier, Director of Admissions Greenfield Community College Mark Hudgik, Admission Coordinator Holyoke Community College Renee Tastad, Dean of Enrollment Management Mass Bay Community College Lisa Slavin, Assistant Vice President of Enrollment Management Massasoit Community College Michelle Hughes, Director of Admissions Middlesex Community College Maryilynn Gallagan, Dean of Admissions Mount Wachusett Community College Ralph L. Hogan, Asst. Director of Enrollment Management Marcia Rosbury-Henne, Dean of Admissions and Enrollment Management North Shore Community College John Duff, Dean of Enrollment Northern Essex Community College Sue Shain, Associate Dean, Registrar Quinsigamond Community College Michelle Tufau, Associate Dean of Enrollment NEW ENGLAND BOARD OF HIGHER EDUCATION'S REGIONAL STUDENT PROGRAM (RSP) ANNUAL REPORT 26

29 Roxbury Community College Carrie Monestime, Interim Dean of Admissions Springfield Technical Community College Louisa M. Davis Freeman, Dean of Admissions MASSACHUSETTS STATE UNIVERSITIES Bridgewater State University Gregg A. Meyer, Dean of University Admissions Fitchburg State University Sean Ganas, Director of Admissions Framingham State University Jeremy Spencer, Dean of Enrollment Management Shayna Eddy, Associate Dean of Admissions/Director of Undergraduate Admissions Massachusetts College of Art & Design Laura Wilshusen, Director of Admissions Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts Denise Richardello, Vice President of Enrollment and External Relations Massachusetts Maritime Academy Marlene Clapp, Director of Institutional Effectiveness Salem State University Mary E. Dunn, Assistant Dean of Undergraduate Admissions Westfield State University Carlton Pickron, Vice President of Student Affairs Kelly Hart, Director of Admissions Worcester State University Joseph DiCarlo, Director of Admissions Ryan G. Forsythe, Vice President of Enrollment Management UNIVERSITY OF MASSACHUSETTS SYSTEM University of Massachusetts Amherst James Roche, Associate Provost for Enrollment Management Patrick Sullivan, Deputy University Registrar University of Massachusetts Boston Corey Ford, Director of Undergraduate Admissions Zong-Guo Xia, Vice Provost for Research and Dean of Graduate Studies University of Massachusetts Dartmouth Hanan Khamis, Director of Undergraduate Admissions Tesfay Meressi, Associate Provost for Graduate Studies and Research University of Massachusetts Lowell Michael L. Belcher, Director of Outreach and Recruitment Linda Southworth, Director of Graduate Admissions University of Massachusetts School of Law Dartmouth Eric Mitnick, Interim Dean and Professor of Law University of Massachusetts Worcester Graduate School of Nursing Diane Brescia, Director of Student Affairs NEW HAMPSHIRE COMMUNITY COLLEGE SYSTEM OF NEW HAMPSHIRE (CCSNH) Great Bay Community College Carey Walker, Director of Admissions Lakes Region Community College Larissa Baia, Vice President of Student Services & Enrollment Management Wayne Fraser, Director of Admissions Manchester Community College Miho Bean, Director of Admissions Nashua Community College Lizbeth Gonzalez, Vice President Student and Community Affairs NHTI, Concord s Community College Charles Lloyd, Associate VP of Student Affairs River Valley Community College Michael O Connell, Interim Associate Vice President of Academic A airs White Mountains Community College Kristen Miller, Admissions Counselor UNIVERSITY SYSTEM OF NEW HAMPSHIRE Keene State College Thomas Richard, Registrar Plymouth State University Tony Trodella, Director of Undergraduate Recruitment University of New Hampshire Robert H. McGann, Assistant VP for Student & Academic Services/ Director of Admissions Chelsea Walker, Admissions Counselor Dovev Levine, Assistant Dean, Graduate School University of New Hampshire School of Law Jordan Budd, Interim Dean University of New Hampshire- Manchester Kim DeRego, Associate Dean for Enrollment Management RHODE ISLAND Community College of Rhode Island Robert A. Giovino, Associate Director of Admissions Jude A. Tomasino, Associate Director of Records Rhode Island College Holly Shadoian, Assistant Vice President, Academic Affairs University of Rhode Island Cynthia L. Bonn, Dean of Undergraduate Admissions Joanne Lynch, Assistant Dean of Undergraduate Admissions Nasser H. Zawia, Dean, Graduate School Andrea Rushnack, Associate Dean, Graduate School VERMONT VERMONT STATE COLLEGES Castleton State College Maurice D. Ouimet Jr., Dean of Enrollment Community College of Vermont Deborah Steward, Dean of Academic Affairs/Executive Director Adam Warrington, Director of Admissions Johnson State College Penny R. Howrigan, Associate Dean of Admissions and Enrollment Services Lyndon State College Vincent Maloney, Director of Admissions Vermont Technical College Jessica Van Deren, Director of Admissions University of Vermont Keith Williams, Registrar Stacey Kostell, Vice President for Enrollment Management Cynthia Forehand, Dean of the Graduate College NEW ENGLAND BOARD OF HIGHER EDUCATION'S REGIONAL STUDENT PROGRAM (RSP) ANNUAL REPORT 27

30 New England Board of Higher Education: Member-State Board Delegates CONNECTICUT Sen. Beth Bye Rep. Gregg Haddad Marc S. Herzog Robert E. Miller Mark Ojakian Angel B. Perez Sally Reis Jennifer Widness MAINE Rep. Matthea Daughtry Robert Hasson Sen. Brian D. Langley Wanda L. Lincoln The Hon. Joan M. Nass James Page Karen T. Pardue James C. Q. Weggler Connecticut General Assembly Connecticut General Assembly Canton, Connecticut Pomfret Center, Connecticut President, Connecticut Board of Regents for Higher Education Vice President of Enrollment and Student Success, Trinity College Vice Provost for Academic Affairs, University of Connecticut President, Connecticut Conference of Independent Colleges Maine State Legislature Acting Commissioner, Maine Department of Education Maine State Legislature Old Town Former Maine State legislator Chancellor, University of Maine System Associate Dean of Academic Affairs, University of New England Carrabeck High School, Madison, Maine MASSACHUSETTS M. Howard Jacobson Westboro, Massachusetts The Hon. Joan Menard Former Massachusetts State Senator Sen. Marc Pacheco Senate President Pro Tempore, Massachusetts General Court Carlos Santiago Commissioner, Massachusetts Department of Higher Education David J. Wahr The CW Companies, Inc., Andover, Massachusetts NEW HAMPSHIRE Sen. Louis D Allesandro Ross Gittell Thomas B. Horgan Todd Leach Edward R. MacKay Michele D. Perkins The Hon. Andrew R. Peterson RHODE ISLAND Sen. Louis DiPalma Daniel P. Egan Sen. Hanna M. Gallo William H. Hurry, Jr. Rep. Joseph McNamara Rep. Jeremiah O Grady Brenda Dan-Messier Naomi Thompson VERMONT Joyce Judy Rep. Alice Miller Sen. Kevin Mullin Jeb Spaulding Thomas Sullivan Michael Wool New Hampshire General Court Chancellor, Community College System of New Hampshire President and CEO, New Hampshire College & University Council Chancellor, University System of New Hampshire Director, Higher Education Division, New Hampshire Department of Education President, New England College Former New Hampshire state representative Rhode Island General Assembly President, Association of Independent Colleges & Universities of Rhode Island Rhode Island General Assembly North Scituate, Rhode Island Rhode Island General Assembly Rhode Island General Assembly Acting Commissioner, Rhode Island Board of Governors for Higher Education Associate Vice President for Community, Equity & Diversity, University of Rhode Island President, Community College of Vermont Vermont General Assembly Vermont General Assembly Chancellor, Vermont State Colleges President, University of Vermont Charlotte, Vermont NEW ENGLAND BOARD OF HIGHER EDUCATION'S REGIONAL STUDENT PROGRAM (RSP) ANNUAL REPORT 28

31 Regional Student Program Annual Report Appendix Table of Contents RSP Enrollment by Program at Individual Participating Institutions: Index of Institutions... A-2 RSP Enrollment by Program at Connecticut Institutions... A-3 RSP Enrollment by Program at Maine Institutions... A-9 RSP Enrollment by Program at Massachusetts Institutions... A-14 RSP Enrollment by Program at New Hampshire Institutions... A-33 RSP Enrollment by Program at Rhode Island Institutions... A-40 RSP Enrollment by Program at Vermont Institutions... A-43 NEW ENGLAND BOARD OF HIGHER EDUCATION'S REGIONAL STUDENT PROGRAM (RSP) ANNUAL REPORT A-1

32 Regional Student Program Annual Report: Appendix RSP Enrollment by Program at Individual Participating Institutions Index of Institutions Asnuntuck Community College, CT... A-3 Berkshire Community College, MA... A-14 Bridgewater State University, MA... A-23 Bristol Community College, MA... A-14 Bunker Hill Community College, MA... A-15 Cape Cod Community College, MA...* Capital Community College, CT...* Castleton University, VT... A-43 Central Connecticut State University... A-5 Central Maine Community College... A-9 Community College of Rhode Island... A-40 Community College of Vermont... A-43 Eastern Connecticut State University... A-5 Eastern Maine Community College...* Fitchburg State University, MA... A-23 Framingham State University, MA... A-23 Gateway Community College, CT... A-3 Great Bay Community College, NH... A-33 Greenfield Community College, MA... A-16 Holyoke Community College, MA... A-16 Housatonic Community College, CT...* Johnson State College, VT... A-43 Keene State College, NH... A-37 Kennebec Valley Community College, ME... A-9 Lakes Region Community College, NH... A-33 Lyndon State College, VT... A-43 Maine Maritime Academy... A-10 Manchester Community College, CT...* Manchester Community College, NH... A-34 Massachusetts Bay Community College... A-17 Massachusetts College of Art & Design... A-23 Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts... A-24 Massachusetts Maritime Academy... A-24 Massasoit Community College, MA...* Middlesex Community College, CT...* Middlesex Community College, MA... A-17 Mt. Wachusett Community College, MA... A-18 Nashua Community College, NH... A-34 Naugatuck Valley Community College, CT...* NHTI, Concord's Community College... A-35 North Shore Community College, MA... A-19 Northern Essex Community College, MA... A-19 Northern Maine Community College... A-9 Northwestern Connecticut Community College... A-3 Norwalk Community College, CT...* Plymouth State University, NH... A-37 Quinebaug Valley Community College, CT... A-4 Quinsigamond Community College, MA... A-21 Rhode Island College... A-42 River Valley Community College, NH... A-35 Roxbury Community College, MA...* Salem State University, MA... A-24 Southern Connecticut State University... A-6 Southern Maine Community College... A-9 Springfield Technical Community College, MA... A-21 Three Rivers Community College, CT... A-4 Tunxis Community College, CT...* University of Connecticut... A-7 University of Connecticut School of Dental Medicine... A-8 University of Connecticut School of Law... A-8 University of Connecticut School of Medicine... A-8 University of Maine (Orono)... A-11 University of Maine at Augusta... A-12 University of Maine Farmington... A-12 University of Maine at Machias... A-12 University of Maine School of Law... A-13 University of Massachusetts Amherst... A-27 University of Massachusetts Boston... A-28 University of Massachusetts Dartmouth... A-29 University of Massachusetts Lowell... A-30 Univ. of Massachusetts School of Law Dartmouth... A-30 Univ. of Massachusetts Worcester School of Nursing. A-32 University of New Hampshire... A-37 University of New Hampshire at Manchester... A-39 University of Rhode Island... A-41 University of Southern Maine... A-12 University of Vermont... A-45 Vermont Technical College... A-42 Washington County Community College, ME... A-10 Western Connecticut State University... A-6 Westfield State University, MA... A-25 White Mountains Community College, NH... A-35 Worcester State University, MA... A-26 York County Community College, ME... A-10 *No RSP enrollment reported for NEW ENGLAND BOARD OF HIGHER EDUCATION'S REGIONAL STUDENT PROGRAM (RSP) ANNUAL REPORT A-2

33 RSP Enrollment by Program at Individual Participating Institutions: RSP Enrollment at Connecticut Community Colleges: Connecticut Institutions Asnuntuck Community College CT ME MA NH RI VT TOTALS Accounting 3 3 Advanced Manufacturing Machine Technology (Certificate) Advanced Manufacturing Welding Technology (Certificate) 2 2 Biology Studies 1 1 Business Administration 9 9 Communications 4 4 Criminal Justice 5 5 Early Childhood Education 6 6 Early Childhood Education (Certificate) 2 2 Electro-Mechanical Maintenance 2 2 Engineering Science 2 2 General Studies Human Services 2 2 Human Services Management (Certificate) 1 1 Information Systems Technology 2 2 Liberal Arts Manufacturing Electronics Fundamentals (Certificate) 3 3 Manufacturing Electronics Systems and Controls Technology 1 1 Manufacturing Welding Technology (Certificate) 3 3 Non-Degree/Matric Political Science 1 1 Technology Studies 4 4 Technology Studies: Electro-Mechanical Maintenance 2 2 Technology Studies: Machine Technology 3 3 Technology Studies: Manufacturing Electronic Controls 1 1 Technology Studies: Manufacturing Welding Technology Web Design (Certificate) 1 1 Asnuntuck Community College TOTALS Gateway Community College CT ME MA NH RI VT TOTALS Railroad Engineering Technology 2 2 Gateway Community College TOTALS Northwestern Connecticut Community College CT ME MA NH RI VT TOTALS Early Childhood Education 1 1 General Studies 2 2 Human Services 1 1 Liberal Arts and Science 3 3 Non Degree 1 1 Nursing - CT- CCNP 1 1 Veterinary Technology 1 1 Northwestern Connecticut Community College TOTALS NEW ENGLAND BOARD OF HIGHER EDUCATION'S REGIONAL STUDENT PROGRAM (RSP) ANNUAL REPORT A-3

34 Connecticut Institutions Quinebaug Valley Community College CT ME MA NH RI VT TOTALS Business Administration Computer Networking 1 1 Computer Services: Web Development 1 1 Fine Arts 1 1 General Studies Liberal Arts and Sciences 1 1 Technology Studies 1 1 Quinebaug Valley Community College TOTALS Three Rivers Community College CT ME MA NH RI VT TOTALS Exercise Science 1 1 General Engineering Technology 1 1 General Studies 1 1 Library Technology (Certificate) Pathway to Teaching Careers 1 1 Three Rivers Community College TOTALS Connecticut Community College TOTALS The following institutions reported no RSP Enrollment in : Capital, Housatonic, Manchester, Middlesex, Naugatuck, Norwalk, Tunxis community colleges. NEW ENGLAND BOARD OF HIGHER EDUCATION'S REGIONAL STUDENT PROGRAM (RSP) ANNUAL REPORT A-4

35 RSP Enrollment at Connecticut State University Campuses: Connecticut Institutions Central Connecticut State University CT ME MA NH RI VT TOTALS BACHELOR'S DEGREE PROGRAMS Athletic Training 3 3 Construction Management Technology Digital Printing and Graphics Technology 3 3 Mathematics 1 1 Mechanical Engineering Technology Networking Information Technology 1 1 Robotics and Mechatronics Engineering Technology Undergraduate TOTALS MASTER'S DEGREE PROGRAMS Biological Sciences: Anesthesia Graduate TOTALS Central Connecticut State University TOTALS Eastern Connecticut State University CT ME MA NH RI VT TOTALS BACHELOR'S DEGREE PROGRAMS Accounting Biochemistry 3 3 Biology Business Administration Business Information Systems Communications Computer Science Economics 1 1 English Environmental Earth Science Exploratory-Social Science Exploratory STEM, Professional Studies Finance 2 2 General Studies 1 1 Health Sciences History 2 2 Labor Relations and Human Resource Management 1 1 Liberal Studies 2 2 Mathematics Music 1 1 New Media Studies Physical Education Political Science 1 1 Psychology NEW ENGLAND BOARD OF HIGHER EDUCATION'S REGIONAL STUDENT PROGRAM (RSP) ANNUAL REPORT A-5

36 Connecticut Institutions Eastern Connecticut State University (continued) CT ME MA NH RI VT TOTALS Social Work Sociology/Applied Social Relations Sport and Leisure Management Visual Arts 3 3 Eastern Connecticut State University TOTALS Southern Connecticut State University CT ME MA NH RI VT TOTALS BACHELOR'S DEGREE PROGRAMS Library & Information Science 1 1 Public Health Recreation and Leisure Studies 4 4 Sports Management 1 1 Southern Connecticut State University TOTALS Western Connecticut State University CT ME MA NH RI VT TOTALS BACHELOR'S DEGREE PROGRAMS Health Promotion Studies Justice and Law Administration 1 1 Meteorology Pre-Interdisciplinary Elementary Education 1 1 Western Connecticut State University TOTALS Connecticut State University UNDERGRADUATE TOTALS Connecticut State University GRADUATE TOTALS Connecticut State University TOTALS NEW ENGLAND BOARD OF HIGHER EDUCATION'S REGIONAL STUDENT PROGRAM (RSP) ANNUAL REPORT A-6

37 RSP Enrollment at the University of Connecticut: Connecticut Institutions University of Connecticut CT ME MA NH RI VT TOTALS ASSOCIATE DEGREE PROGRAMS Animal Science 1 1 Ornamental Horticulture and Turfgrass Management 1 1 BACHELOR'S DEGREE PROGRAMS Acting (BFA) Actuarial Finance Actuarial Science Africana Studies 1 1 Allied Health Sciences Animal Science 1 1 Anthropology 1 1 Applied Mathematical Sciences Biological Sciences 3 3 Biomedical Engineering Chemical Engineering Cognitive Science Communication, Journalism Design/Technical Theater 1 1 Diagnostic Genetic Sciences 2 2 Digital Media and Design Economics Engineering Physics Environmental Studies 1 1 Exploratory 3 3 Foreign Languages: French, Spanish German Health Care Management 3 3 History 1 1 Human Development and Family Studies Human Rights 1 1 Latino and American Studies 1 1 Management and Engineering for Manufacturing Marine Sciences Materials Science and Engineering Mechanical Engineering Nursing 1 1 Pathobiology Pharmacy Studies (BS) Physics 2 2 Physiology and Neurobiology Political Science 4 4 Psychology, Sociology 5 5 NEW ENGLAND BOARD OF HIGHER EDUCATION'S REGIONAL STUDENT PROGRAM (RSP) ANNUAL REPORT A-7

38 Connecticut Institutions University of Connecticut (continued) CT ME MA NH RI VT TOTALS Puppetry 2 2 Real Estate and Urban Economics Speech, Language and Hearing Science Sport Management 1 1 Statistics Structural Biology/Biophysics Women's Gender & Sexuality Studies 1 1 UConn Undergraduate Totals MASTER'S DEGREE PROGRAMS Biomedical Engineering 8 8 College Instruction (certificate) 1 1 Geographic Information Systems (certificate) Mathematics Music 1 1 Social Work (MSW) DOCTORAL DEGREE PROGRAMS Biomedical Engineering 2 2 Biomedical Science 6 6 Comparative Literature 1 1 Ecology and Evolutionary Biology 2 2 Educational Psychology 2 2 Geological Sciences 1 1 History Human Development and Family Studies 1 1 Linguistics 2 2 Medieval Studies 2 2 Molecular and Cell Biology 2 2 Nursing 1 1 Pharmacy (PharmD) Physical Therapy (DPT) 4 4 Social Work (PhD) Spanish Speech, Language and Hearing UConn Graduate School Totals University of Connecticut School of Dental Medicine University of Connecticut School of Medicine University of Connecticut School of Law University of Connecticut TOTALS CONNECTICUT TOTALS ,262 NEW ENGLAND BOARD OF HIGHER EDUCATION'S REGIONAL STUDENT PROGRAM (RSP) ANNUAL REPORT A-8

39 RSP Enrollment at Maine Community Colleges: Maine Institutions Central Maine Community College CT ME MA NH RI VT TOTALS Accounting 1 1 Architectural and Civil Engineering Technology Automotive Technology, Auto Tech Ford ASSET Building and Construction Technology 1 1 Business Administration and Management Criminal Justice Early Childhood Education 1 1 General Studies Graphic Communications 1 1 Human Services 1 1 Medical Assistant 1 1 Medical Coding & Electronic Health Records 2 2 Physical Fitness Specialist Precision Machining Technology Central Maine Community College TOTALS Kennebec Valley Community College CT ME MA NH RI VT TOTALS Occupational Therapy 1 1 Physical Therapist Assistant 1 1 Kennebec Valley Community College TOTALS Northern Maine Community College CT ME MA NH RI VT TOTALS Auto Collision Repair 1 1 Building Construction Technology 1 1 Electrical Construction and Maintenance 1 1 Wind Power Technology 1 1 Northern Maine Community College TOTALS Southern Maine Community College CT ME MA NH RI VT TOTALS Cardiovascular Technology 4 4 Communications and New Media 2 2 Construction Technology 1 1 Culinary Arts Cyber Security 1 1 Emergency Medical Services/Para medicine Fire Science Heating, Ventilation & Air Conditioning 1 1 Heavy Equipment Operations (Certificate) Horticulture 1 1 Marine Science Plumbing and Heating Precision Machining & Manufacturing Southern Maine Community College TOTALS NEW ENGLAND BOARD OF HIGHER EDUCATION'S REGIONAL STUDENT PROGRAM (RSP) ANNUAL REPORT A-9

40 Maine Institutions Washington County Community College CT ME MA NH RI VT TOTALS Adventure Recreation 1 1 Heavy Equipment Maintenance 2 2 Heavy Equipment Operations (Certificate) Washington County Community College TOTALS York County Community College CT ME MA NH RI VT TOTALS Criminal Justice 1 1 Culinary Arts 3 3 Web Development 1 1 York County Community College TOTALS Maine Community College TOTALS RSP Enrollment at Maine Maritime Academy: Maine Institutions Maine Maritime Academy CT ME MA NH RI VT TOTALS ASSOCIATE DEGREE PROGRAMS Small Vessel Operations 1 1 BACHELOR'S DEGREE PROGRAMS International Business and Logistics Marine Biology 1 1 Marine Engineering Operations* Marine Engineering Technology* Marine Science 1 1 Marine Science Small Vessel Operations Marine Systems Engineering Design 1 1 Marine Systems Engineering* Marine Transportation Operations* Power Engineering Operations 1 1 Power Engineering Technology Vessel Operations and Technology Maine Maritime Undergraduate Totals MASTER'S DEGREE PROGRAMS Global Logistics and Maritime Management 1 1 Maine Maritime Graduate Totals Maine Maritime Academy TOTALS NEW ENGLAND BOARD OF HIGHER EDUCATION'S REGIONAL STUDENT PROGRAM (RSP) ANNUAL REPORT A-10

41 RSP Enrollment at University of Maine System: Maine Institutions University of Maine CT ME MA NH RI VT TOTALS BACHELOR'S DEGREE PROGRAMS Athletic Training 3 3 Bioengineering Botany 5 5 Chemical Engineering 1 1 Child Development and Family Relations Computer Science 1 1 Construction Engineering Technology Electrical Engineering Technology Elementary Education 1 1 Engineering Physics Financial Economics 1 1 Food Science and Human Nutrition Forest Operations, Bioproducts and Bioenergy Forestry Marine Science Mass Communication 1 1 Mechanical Engineering Technology Medical Laboratory Sciences 1 1 New Media Non-Degree 1 1 Parks, Recreation and Tourism Survey Engineering Technology Sustainable Agriculture Wildlife Ecology Zoology UMaine Undergraduate Totals MASTER'S DEGREE PROGRAMS Biological Engineering 1 1 Food Science & Nutrition 1 1 Global Policy Marine Policy 1 1 Quaternary and Climate Studies DOCTORAL DEGREE PROGRAMS Biomedical Sciences 2 2 Chemical Engineering 1 1 Earth & Climate Sciences 1 1 History 1 1 UMaine Graduate Totals University of Maine TOTALS NEW ENGLAND BOARD OF HIGHER EDUCATION'S REGIONAL STUDENT PROGRAM (RSP) ANNUAL REPORT A-11

42 Maine Institutions University of Maine at Augusta CT ME MA NH RI VT TOTALS Dental Hygiene (bachelor's) 1 1 Information and Library Services (associate) Information and Library Services (bachelor's) Mental Health & Human Services (bachelor's) 1 1 University of Maine at Augusta TOTALS University of Maine at Farmington CT ME MA NH RI VT TOTALS BACHELOR'S DEGREE PROGRAMS Actuarial Science Business Psychology Community Health Education Creative Writing (BFA) Early Childhood Special Education Environmental Planning and Policy 1 1 Health Information Systems Interactive Media 1 1 Outdoor Recreation Business Rehabilitation Services Special Education Visual & Performing Arts 1 1 University of Maine at Farmington TOTALS University of Maine at Machias CT ME MA NH RI VT TOTALS BACHELOR'S DEGREE PROGRAMS English, Creative Writing & Book Arts Environmental Recreation and Tourism Management Marine Biology University of Maine at Machias TOTALS University of Southern Maine CT ME MA NH RI VT TOTALS BACHELOR'S DEGREE PROGRAMS Athletic Training / Exercise Science 2 2 Criminology Cyber Security General Management Industrial Technology Linguistics Musical Theatre 3 3 Nursing 1 1 Therapeutic Recreation/Recreation and Leisure Studies Tourism and Hospitality Management 1 1 University of Southern Maine Undergraduate Totals NEW ENGLAND BOARD OF HIGHER EDUCATION'S REGIONAL STUDENT PROGRAM (RSP) ANNUAL REPORT A-12

43 Maine Institutions University of Southern Maine (continued) CT ME MA NH RI VT TOTALS GRADUATE DEGREE PROGRAMS Adult Education 1 1 Nursing (Master's) Occupational Therapy (Master's) School Psychology (Doctoral) 1 1 USM Graduate Totals University of Southern Maine TOTALS University of Maine School of Law University of Maine System UNDERGRADUATE TOTALS University of Maine System GRADUATE TOTALS University of Maine System TOTALS MAINE TOTALS ,013 NEW ENGLAND BOARD OF HIGHER EDUCATION'S REGIONAL STUDENT PROGRAM (RSP) ANNUAL REPORT A-13

44 RSP Enrollment at Massachusetts Community Colleges: Massachusetts Institutions Berkshire Community College CT ME MA NH RI VT TOTALS Business Administration 1 1 CIS-Computer Science 1 1 Criminal Justice 1 1 Culinary Arts 1 1 Early Childhood Education 1 1 Environmental Science 1 1 Health Science Health Science & Physical Fitness 2 2 Human Services 1 1 Liberal Arts Nursing/Pre-Nursing Physical Therapist Assistant 1 1 Berkshire Community College TOTALS Bristol Community College CT ME MA NH RI VT TOTALS CERTIFICATE PROGRAMS Accounting 3 3 Emergency Medical Technology 1 1 Graphic Design 1 1 Human Services 1 1 Java Programmer 1 1 Medical Administrative Practices 2 2 Medical Coding Practices 2 2 Non-Degree 1 1 Office Assistant 1 1 Office Technology Management 1 1 Paralegal Studies 2 2 Spanish/English Interpreting 1 1 Thanatology 3 3 Web Design 1 1 ASSOCIATE DEGREE PROGRAMS Accounting 9 9 Administration 2 2 Animation 2 2 Art Transfer 3 3 Behavioral & Social Sciences 6 6 Biotech and Biomedical Technology 3 3 Business Administration Transfer Civil Engineering 4 4 Communication 5 5 Computer Game Developer 3 3 NEW ENGLAND BOARD OF HIGHER EDUCATION'S REGIONAL STUDENT PROGRAM (RSP) ANNUAL REPORT A-14

45 Massachusetts Institutions Bristol Community College (continued) CT ME MA NH RI VT TOTALS Computer Information Systems Criminal Justice Criminal Justice Transfer 9 9 Culinary Arts 9 9 Deaf Studies 3 3 Dental Hygiene 4 4 Early Childhood Education 6 6 Electro-Mechanical Operations 3 3 Elementary Education 5 5 Engineering Science Technology Entrepreneurship 3 3 Environmental Science 1 1 Fire Science Technology 8 8 Game Creation 3 3 General Studies General Studies 4 4 General Studies Transfer Graphic Design 5 5 Health and Life Science Human Services Humanities 3 3 Leisure Service Management 6 6 Liberal Arts 3 3 Management 4 4 Math and Science 4 4 Mechanical Wind Power Technology 3 3 Medical Administration 3 3 Non-Degree Nursing 5 5 Occupational Therapy Assistant 3 3 Paralegal Studies 4 4 Real Estate & Insurance 1 1 Sustainable Agriculture 2 2 Veterinary Health Care 7 7 Web Design 1 1 Bristol Community College TOTALS Bunker Hill Community College CT ME MA NH RI VT TOTALS Cardiac Sonography 1 1 Communication 1 1 Computer Science Transfer 1 1 General Concentration 1 1 Bunker Hill Community College TOTALS NEW ENGLAND BOARD OF HIGHER EDUCATION'S REGIONAL STUDENT PROGRAM (RSP) ANNUAL REPORT A-15

46 Massachusetts Institutions Greenfield Community College CT ME MA NH RI VT TOTALS Accounting Art/Visual Arts Athletic Facility Administrations 1 1 Business Administration Transfer Computer Assisted Bookkeeping 1 1 Computer Information Systems 6 6 Criminal Justice Dance 1 1 Early Childhood Education Education Engineering Science 3 3 English Environmental Science/Natural Resources 2 2 Farm and Food Systems Gender and Women's Studies 1 1 Health Science Hospitality and Tourism Management 1 1 Human Services 2 2 Liberal Arts Marketing 1 1 Math-Science 1 1 Media Arts & Technology 2 2 Medical Assistant (Certificate) 1 1 Nursing/Practical Nursing Outdoor Leadership Paramedic Plant and Soil Science 1 1 Renewable Energy/Energy Efficiency 2 2 Social Sciences Theater 1 1 Undeclared Greenfield Community College TOTALS Holyoke Community College CT ME MA NH RI VT TOTALS Accounting 1 1 Biology 3 3 Business Administration 2 2 Business Administration Transfer 6 6 CMTA Integrated Studies 1 1 Communications Criminal Justice Developmental Disabilities Direct Support 1 1 Electronic Media 1 1 Foundations of Health Graphics 1 1 NEW ENGLAND BOARD OF HIGHER EDUCATION'S REGIONAL STUDENT PROGRAM (RSP) ANNUAL REPORT A-16

47 Massachusetts Institutions Holyoke Community College (continued) CT ME MA NH RI VT TOTALS Hospitality Management 1 1 Music 2 2 Nutrition and Foods 1 1 Paralegal Business Administration 1 1 Practical Nursing (Certificate) 2 2 Pre-Veterinary 1 1 Psychology 3 3 Secondary Education 1 1 Sociology 1 1 Sport Management 2 2 Veterinarian Technician Visual Art 1 1 Holyoke Community College TOTALS Massachusetts Bay Community College CT ME MA NH RI VT TOTALS Automotive Technology: BMW 2 2 Automotive Technology: Chrysler 2 2 Automotive Technology: General Motors 1 1 Automotive Technology: Toyota 2 2 Biotechnology - Forensic Science 1 1 Community Health 1 1 Massachusetts Bay Community College TOTALS Middlesex Community College CT ME MA NH RI VT TOTALS Alcohol/Substance Abuse (Certificate) 1 1 Aviation Maintenance Technology Biotechnology 9 9 Biotechnology (Certificate) 3 3 Business Administration 9 9 Business Administration - Accounting 2 2 Business Administration - Hospitality Management 2 2 Business Administration - Transfer Communication 2 2 Computer Forensics 2 2 Computer Science 8 8 Criminal Justice - Law Enforcement 5 5 Criminal Justice - Transfer 5 5 Culinary Arts Dental Assisting (Certificate) 1 1 Early Childhood Education 7 7 Early Childhood Education - Transfer 1 1 Elementary Education 6 6 Energy Utility Technology 1 1 Engineering Science 3 3 Engineering Science Mechanical 3 3 NEW ENGLAND BOARD OF HIGHER EDUCATION'S REGIONAL STUDENT PROGRAM (RSP) ANNUAL REPORT A-17

48 Massachusetts Institutions Middlesex Community College (continued) CT ME MA NH RI VT TOTALS Engineering Science Technology CAD Fine & Performing Arts - Music 5 5 Fine & Performing Arts - Theater 4 4 Fire Protection and Safety Technology 1 1 Graphic Design 1 1 Graphic Design (Certificate) 1 1 History & Politics 3 3 Human Services 7 7 Human Services Transfer 2 2 Information Technology Cyber Security 6 6 Liberal Arts and Sciences Liberal Studies Life Science 4 4 Medical Assisting Certificate 2 2 Medical Laboratory Technician 3 3 Nursing 2 2 Paralegal Studies Psychology Studio Arts 1 1 Undecided 5 5 Middlesex Community College TOTALS Mount Wachusett Community College CT ME MA NH RI VT TOTALS Accounting 3 3 Allied Health Audio 2 2 Automotive Technology 2 2 Biological Science 1 1 Biotechnology 1 1 Business Administration 7 7 Chemical Sciences 1 1 Communications 1 1 Computer Information Systems 2 2 Criminal Justice 1 1 Dental Hygiene 3 3 Early Childhood Education 5 5 Elementary Education 1 1 Fire Science Technology 1 1 Graphic Design 2 2 History & Political Science 1 1 Human Services 3 3 Interdisciplinary Studies 3 3 Legal Studies 1 1 Liberal Arts & Sciences 6 6 Media Arts & Technology 2 2 NEW ENGLAND BOARD OF HIGHER EDUCATION'S REGIONAL STUDENT PROGRAM (RSP) ANNUAL REPORT A-18

49 Massachusetts Institutions Mount Wachusett Community College (continued) CT ME MA NH RI VT TOTALS Medical Assisting 3 3 Medical Coding and Billing (Certificate) 3 3 Natural Resources & Environmental Studies 1 1 Nursing Paralegal 1 1 Physics/Pre-Engineering 1 1 Undecided 3 3 Video/Film 1 1 Mount Wachusett Community College TOTALS North Shore Community College CT ME MA NH RI VT TOTALS Animal Care Specialist Aviation Science (Management/Professional Pilot) 2 2 Business Administration 1 1 Drug & Alcohol Rehabilitation 1 1 Early Childhood Education 2 2 Environmental Studies 1 1 Executive Administrative Assistant 1 1 Fire Protection and Safety 1 1 Health Science Human Services Practitioner 1 1 Interdisciplinary Studies 1 1 Legal Office Support 1 1 Liberal Arts Management 1 1 Nursing Occupational Therapy Assistant Paralegal 1 1 Physical Therapist Assistant Radiologic Technology 2 2 Respiratory Care 1 1 North Shore Community College TOTALS Northern Essex Community College CT ME MA NH RI VT TOTALS CERTIFICATE PROGRAMS Alcohol Drug Abuse Counseling 9 9 Community Support Human Services 1 1 Computed Tomography 1 1 Computer Aided Drafting 3 3 Computer Applications 2 2 Dance Education 1 1 Dental Assisting 4 4 Direct Support 1 1 Electronic Equipment Technology 1 1 Healthcare Technician 4 4 NEW ENGLAND BOARD OF HIGHER EDUCATION'S REGIONAL STUDENT PROGRAM (RSP) ANNUAL REPORT A-19

50 Massachusetts Institutions Northern Essex Community College (contiued) CT ME MA NH RI VT TOTALS Help Desk 1 1 Law Enforcement 1 1 Medical Assistant 6 6 Medical Billing 2 2 Medical Coding 3 3 Medical Office Assistant 1 1 Music Technology 3 3 Nursing 1 1 Ophthalmic Assistant 1 1 Paramedic Technology 3 3 Radiologic Technology 6 6 Sleep Technologist ASSOCIATE DEGREE PROGRAMS Accounting Art Biology Business Management Business Management: Computer Applications 3 3 Business Management: Healthcare Practice 4 4 Business Transfer Computer Information Systems: Applications Option Computer Information Systems: Transfer Option Computer Information Technology Criminal Justice Dance 3 3 Deaf Studies 4 4 Deaf Studies: Interpreting Transfer 7 7 Early Childhood Education Electronic Technology 1 1 Elementary Education Engineering Science Engineering Science Technology Option 4 4 General Studies 7 7 Health Specialization History 4 4 Human Services Individualized Option Journalism/Communication Laboratory Science 9 9 Liberal Arts Medical Laboratory Technology 4 4 Middle/HS Teaching 9 9 Movement Science 9 9 Music NEW ENGLAND BOARD OF HIGHER EDUCATION'S REGIONAL STUDENT PROGRAM (RSP) ANNUAL REPORT A-20

51 Massachusetts Institutions Northern Essex Community College (contiued) CT ME MA NH RI VT TOTALS Nursing Paramedic (EMT-P) Technology 2 2 Philosophy 1 1 Physical Sciences 6 6 Psychology Radiologic Technology Respiratory Care Theater 7 7 Writing 6 6 Northern Essex Community College TOTALS Quinsigamond Community College CT ME MA NH RI VT TOTALS Computer Systems Engineering 1 1 Dental Hygiene 1 1 Electronic Engineering Technology 1 1 EMT Paramedic (Certificate) 1 1 General Studies: Healthcare 1 1 Nursing Education 7 7 Respiratory Therapy 1 1 Quinsigamond Community College TOTALS Springfield Technical Community College CT ME MA NH RI VT TOTALS Architecture & Building Technology 1 1 Automotive Technology Biology Transfer 1 1 Biotechnology 1 1 Business Management 1 1 Civil Engineering Technology 1 1 Computer Aided Drafting (Certificate) 1 1 Computer and Information Technologies Security 4 4 Computer Science Transfer 2 2 Computer Systems Engineering Technology 4 4 Construction Management (Certificate) Cosmetology (Certificate) 2 2 Dental Hygiene 7 7 Digital Photography 2 2 Electrical Engineering Technology 1 1 Energy Systems Technology 2 2 Engineering Transfer 2 2 Entrepreneurship 1 1 Fire Protection and Safety Technology 5 5 Fire Science Technology 1 1 Graphic Design 2 2 NEW ENGLAND BOARD OF HIGHER EDUCATION'S REGIONAL STUDENT PROGRAM (RSP) ANNUAL REPORT A-21

52 Massachusetts Institutions Springfield Technical Community College (continued) CT ME MA NH RI VT TOTALS Heating, Ventilation & Air Conditioning (Certificate) 2 2 Landscape Design & Management Technology 2 2 Laser Electro-Optics Technology 1 1 Marketing 1 1 Mechanical Engineering Technology 4 4 Medical Assistant 2 2 Medical Coding and Billing Specialist 1 1 Medical Laboratory Technician 1 1 Nursing 5 5 Occupational Therapy Assistant 1 1 Physical Therapist Assistant 5 5 Pre-Health 2 2 Project Management 2 2 Sonography 5 5 Sports and Entertainment Management 1 1 Surgical Technology 4 4 Teacher Education Transfer Elementary 1 1 Teleproduction Technology 1 1 Springfield Technical Community College TOTALS Massachusetts Community College TOTALS , ,909 The following institutions reported no RSP Enrollment in : Massachusetts: Cape Cod, Massasoit, Roxbury community colleges. NEW ENGLAND BOARD OF HIGHER EDUCATION'S REGIONAL STUDENT PROGRAM (RSP) ANNUAL REPORT A-22

53 RSP Enrollment at Massachusetts State Universities: Massachusetts Institutions Bridgewater State University CT ME MA NH RI VT TOTALS BACHELOR'S DEGREE PROGRAMS Athletic Training 6 6 Aviation Science-Flight Training Aviation Science-Management Criminal Justice 6 6 Bridgewater State University TOTALS Fitchburg State University CT ME MA NH RI VT TOTALS BACHELOR'S DEGREE PROGRAMS Communications Media Criminal Justice 1 1 Game Design Industrial Technology Photography 1 1 Special Education Technology Education 2 2 Fitchburg State University TOTALS Framingham State University CT ME MA NH RI VT TOTALS BACHELOR'S DEGREE PROGRAMS Communication Arts Criminology Fashion Design and Retailing Food and Nutrition 1 1 Food Science Sociology 1 1 Framingham State University TOTALS Massachusetts College of Art and Design CT ME MA NH RI VT TOTALS BACHELOR'S DEGREE PROGRAMS (BFA) Animation Art Education-Museum and Teacher Education Art History 2 2 Ceramics Fashion Design Fiber 4 4 Film and Video Glass Graphic Design Illustration Industrial Design Interrelated Media Metals/Jewelry NEW ENGLAND BOARD OF HIGHER EDUCATION'S REGIONAL STUDENT PROGRAM (RSP) ANNUAL REPORT A-23

54 Massachusetts Institutions Massachusetts College of Art and Design (continued) CT ME MA NH RI VT TOTALS Painting Photography Printmaking Sculpture Undeclared Massachusetts College of Art and Design TOTALS Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts CT ME MA NH RI VT TOTALS BACHELOR'S DEGREE PROGRAMS Arts Management/Art Athletic Training Biology 5 5 Business Administration Chemistry 2 2 Computer Science 1 1 English Fine & Performing Arts 1 1 History 1 1 Interdisciplinary Studies 4 4 Mathematics 2 2 Psychology 7 7 Sociology 5 5 Undeclared 4 4 Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts TOTALS Massachusetts Maritime Academy CT ME MA NH RI VT TOTALS BACHELOR'S DEGREE PROGRAMS Emergency Management Energy Systems Engineering Facilities Engineering International Maritime Business Marine Engineering Marine Safety and Environmental Protection Marine Transportation Massachusetts Maritime Academy TOTALS Salem State University CT ME MA NH RI VT TOTALS BACHELOR'S DEGREE PROGRAMS Art and Design 1 1 Biology - Nuclear Medicine Technology 1 1 Mathematics 1 1 Sport and Movement Science Theater Arts 1 1 Salem State University TOTALS NEW ENGLAND BOARD OF HIGHER EDUCATION'S REGIONAL STUDENT PROGRAM (RSP) ANNUAL REPORT A-24

55 Massachusetts Institutions Westfield State University CT ME MA NH RI VT TOTALS BACHELOR'S DEGREE PROGRAMS Art 1 1 Athletic Training 4 4 Biology Business Management Chemistry 1 1 Communication 7 7 Computer Information Systems 5 5 Computer Science 2 2 Criminal Justice Early Childhood Education 6 6 Economics 2 2 Elementary Education English 1 1 Environmental Science 7 7 Ethnic and Gender Studies 3 3 Exploratory General Science 1 1 History 6 6 Liberal Studies 9 9 Mathematics 3 3 Movement Science Music 3 3 Nursing Political Science 4 4 Psychology Social Work 5 5 Sociology 2 2 Special Education Undeclared Westfield State University Undergraduate TOTALS MASTER'S DEGREE PROGRAMS Accounting 1 1 Applied Behavior Analysis 2 2 Biology 1 1 Counseling Criminal Justice 1 1 Early Childhood Education 2 2 Elementary Education 2 2 English 1 1 Mathematics 1 1 Moderate Disabilities Pre-K Public Administration Reading Education 3 3 Social Work (MSW) NEW ENGLAND BOARD OF HIGHER EDUCATION'S REGIONAL STUDENT PROGRAM (RSP) ANNUAL REPORT A-25

56 Massachusetts Institutions Westfield State University (continued) CT ME MA NH RI VT TOTALS MASTER'S DEGREE PROGRAMS Special Education 2 2 Undeclared 1 1 Vocational Education 1 1 Westfield State University Graduate Totals Westfield State University TOTALS Worcester State University CT ME MA NH RI VT TOTALS BACHELOR'S DEGREE PROGRAMS Biotechnology 3 3 Business Administration 5 5 Communication Communication Sciences and Disorders 1 1 Criminal Justice Elementary Education 1 1 Geography 1 1 Health Education 2 2 Nursing 3 3 Occupational Studies Psychology 1 1 Sociology 1 1 Speech-Language Pathology 1 1 Urban Studies Worcester State University Undergraduate TOTALS GRADUATE DEGREE PROGRAMS Occupational Therapy (Master's) Worcester State University Graduate TOTALS Worcester State University TOTALS Massachusetts State Universities UNDERGRADUATE TOTALS Massachusetts State Universities GRADUATE TOTALS Massachusetts State Universities TOTALS ,034 NEW ENGLAND BOARD OF HIGHER EDUCATION'S REGIONAL STUDENT PROGRAM (RSP) ANNUAL REPORT A-26

57 RSP Enrollment at the University of Massachusetts: Massachusetts Institutions University of Massachusetts Amherst CT ME MA NH RI VT TOTALS ASSOCIATE DEGREE PROGRAMS Landscape Contracting 1 1 UMass Amherst Associate Totals BACHELOR'S DEGREE PROGRAMS Africana/Afro-American Studies 1 1 Architecture (BFA) Astronomy Building and Construction Technology Chemical Engineering 1 1 Chinese Computer Systems Engineering Dance Food Science Japanese Landscape Architecture Legal Studies Linguistics 1 1 Middle Eastern Studies 1 1 Natural Resources Conservation 1 1 Public Health Social Thought and Political Economy Sustainable Community Development Sustainable Food and Farming 3 3 UMass Amherst Bachelor's Totals UMass Amherst Undergraduate Totals MASTER'S DEGREE PROGRAMS Architecture 2 2 Art 1 1 English 1 1 Five College History 1 1 Geography 1 1 Hispanic Literature and Linguistics 1 1 Landscape Architecture Public Health Regional Planning Sustainability Science 1 1 NEW ENGLAND BOARD OF HIGHER EDUCATION'S REGIONAL STUDENT PROGRAM (RSP) ANNUAL REPORT A-27

58 Massachusetts Institutions University of Massachusetts Amherst (continued) CT ME MA NH RI VT TOTALS DOCTORAL DEGREE PROGRAMS Anthropology Astronomy 1 1 Communication 1 1 Communication Disorders Comparative Literature Education Five College History German and Scandinavian Studies 1 1 Hispanic Literature and Linguistics 1 1 Nursing Polymer Science and Engineering 1 1 Regional Planning 1 1 Sociology 1 1 UMass Amherst Graduate Totals University of Massachusetts Amherst TOTALS University of Massachusetts Boston CT ME MA NH RI VT TOTALS BACHELOR'S DEGREE PROGRAMS American Studies Applied Linguistics 1 1 Archaeology and History Classical Studies 1 1 Community Development Criminology 1 1 Early Education and Care in Inclusive Communities 1 1 Environmental Sciences Management 1 1 UMass Boston Undergraduate Totals GRADUATE PROGRAMS Applied Linguistics 1 1 Higher Education EdD 1 1 Higher Education PhD 1 1 Unknown 1 1 Vision Studies (MEd) UMass Boston Graduate Totals University of Massachusetts Boston TOTALS NEW ENGLAND BOARD OF HIGHER EDUCATION'S REGIONAL STUDENT PROGRAM (RSP) ANNUAL REPORT A-28

59 Massachusetts Institutions University of Massachusetts Dartmouth CT ME MA NH RI VT TOTALS BACHELOR'S DEGREE PROGRAMS Accounting 9 9 Art Education 2 2 Art History 1 1 Artisanry: Ceramics/Textile Design/Fiber Arts (BFA) Bioengineering Biology 4 4 Business - General 4 4 Chemistry 2 2 Civil Engineering 2 2 Computer Engineering Computer Science 5 5 Crime and Justice Studies 8 8 Data Science Economics 3 3 Electrical Engineering 6 6 English 2 2 Finance 3 3 History 2 2 Liberal Arts 7 7 Management-Leadership 5 5 Management-Small Business Entrepreneurship 5 5 Marketing 2 2 Mathematics 3 3 Mechanical Engineering 8 8 Medical Laboratory Science-Biotechnology 0 Medical Laboratory Science-Clinical Multidisciplinary Studies 1 1 Music 2 2 Non-Degree 1 1 Nursing 8 8 Operations Management Painting/2D Studies (BFA) 1 1 Political Science 2 2 Psychology Sculpture/3D Studies (BFA) 1 1 Sociology & Anthropology 2 2 Spanish 2 2 Undeclared Arts and Sciences, Business Visual Design-Digital Media Visual Design: Graphic Design (BFA) Visual Design: Illustration (BFA) Visual Design: Photography (BFA) UMass Dartmouth Undergraduate Totals NEW ENGLAND BOARD OF HIGHER EDUCATION'S REGIONAL STUDENT PROGRAM (RSP) ANNUAL REPORT A-29

60 Massachusetts Institutions University of Massachusetts Dartmouth (continued) CT ME MA NH RI VT TOTALS MASTER'S DEGREE PROGRAMS Art Education 3 3 Artisanry: Ceramics & Jewelry/Metals (MFA) Business Administration 2 2 Computer Science 1 1 Fine Arts: Drawing & Painting (MFA) 1 1 Nursing 1 1 Psychology 2 2 Premedical Preparation (Certificate) 1 1 Teaching 1 1 Non Degree 1 1 DOCTORAL DEGREE PROGRAMS Computer Engineering (PhD) 1 1 Electrical Engineering 1 1 Mathematics Education 1 1 Nursing (DNP) 4 4 Nursing (PhD) 1 1 UMass Dartmouth Graduate Totals University of Massachusetts Dartmouth TOTALS UMass School of Law Dartmouth University of Massachusetts Lowell CT ME MA NH RI VT TOTALS BACHELOR'S DEGREE PROGRAMS American Studies 1 1 Art 9 9 Biology Biomedical Engineering 8 8 Business Administration Chemical Engineering Chemistry 9 9 Civil Engineering 7 7 Clinical Laboratory Sciences 9 9 Computer Engineering Computer Science Criminal Justice Economics 5 5 Electrical Engineering Engineering 3 3 English 9 9 Environmental Science 7 7 Exercise Physiology NEW ENGLAND BOARD OF HIGHER EDUCATION'S REGIONAL STUDENT PROGRAM (RSP) ANNUAL REPORT A-30

61 Massachusetts Institutions University of Massachusetts Lowell (continued) CT ME MA NH RI VT TOTALS History 2 2 Liberal Arts Mathematics Mechanical Engineering Music Business Music Performance Music Studies 2 2 Nursing Nutritional Science 6 6 Peace and Conflict Studies 2 2 Philosophy 3 3 Physics Plastics Engineering Political Science 5 5 Psychology Public Health Sociology 1 1 Sound Recording Technology World Languages 2 2 UMass Lowell Undergraduate Totals GRADUATE CERTIFICATE PROGRAMS Behavioral Intervention Autism Composites Materials 1 1 Plastics Engineering Fundamentals Teaching ESL 1 1 MASTER'S DEGREE PROGRAMS Accounting 1 1 Biological Sciences 1 1 Biomedical Engineering and Biotechnology 1 1 Business Administration 4 4 Chemical Engineering 1 1 Chemistry 1 1 Civil Engineering 1 1 Community Social Psychology 2 2 Computer Science 3 3 Criminal Justice 3 3 Curriculum and Instruction 3 3 Education Administration 3 3 Electrical Engineering 2 2 Energy Engineering 1 1 Finance 1 1 Health Informatics & Management 3 3 Mathematics 1 1 NEW ENGLAND BOARD OF HIGHER EDUCATION'S REGIONAL STUDENT PROGRAM (RSP) ANNUAL REPORT A-31

62 Massachusetts Institutions University of Massachusetts Lowell (continued) CT ME MA NH RI VT TOTALS MASTER'S DEGREE PROGRAMS Mechanical Engineering 2 2 Nursing 2 2 Peace and Conflict Studies 1 1 Pharmaceutical Science 1 1 Plastics Engineering 3 3 Public Health 2 2 Radiological Sciences 1 1 Work Environment DOCTORAL DEGREE PROGRAMS Biomedical Engineering and Biotechnology Chemistry 1 1 Criminal Justice & Criminology Education 3 3 Electrical Engineering 2 2 Global Studies 1 1 Math and Science Education 1 1 Nursing (DNP) 1 1 Nursing (PHD) 3 3 Physical Therapy 9 9 Work Environment 1 1 UMass Lowell Graduate Totals University of Massachusetts Lowell TOTALS University of Massachusetts Worcester Graduate School of Nursing CT ME MA NH RI VT TOTALS Nursing (PhD) 1 1 Nursing (DNP) Nursing (MS) University of Massachusetts Worcester TOTALS University of Massachusetts System UNDERGRADUATE TOTALS University of Massachusetts System GRADUATE TOTALS University of Massachusetts System TOTALS ,092 MASSACHUSETTS TOTALS , ,035 NEW ENGLAND BOARD OF HIGHER EDUCATION'S REGIONAL STUDENT PROGRAM (RSP) ANNUAL REPORT A-32

63 RSP Enrollment at New Hampshire Community Colleges: New Hampshire Institutions Great Bay Community College CT ME MA NH RI VT TOTALS Accounting Advanced Composites Manufacturing (Certificate) Aviation Technology Helicopter 1 1 Biology 2 2 Biotechnology 1 1 Business Administration Computer Technologies Digital Media Technology 1 1 Early Childhood Education 3 3 Engineering Science English 1 1 Environmental Studies Event & Meeting Planning Management (Certificate) 1 1 Health Information Technology 1 1 Hospitality Management 3 3 Hotel/Restaurant Management 1 1 Information Systems Technology Liberal Arts Management 1 1 Marketing Massage Therapy (Certificate) 3 3 Medical Office Management 1 1 Nursing Psychology 1 1 Surgical Technology Teacher Preparation Technical Studies 1 1 Veterinary Technology Welding Technology (Certificate) 1 1 Great Bay Community College TOTALS Lakes Region Community College CT ME MA NH RI VT TOTALS Advanced Manufacturing 1 1 Automotive Technology-ASEP Business Management 2 2 Computer Technologies 1 1 Culinary Arts 1 1 Electrical Systems Installation and Maintenance Technology 2 2 Fire Science Health Science 1 1 Liberal Arts Marine Technology 4 4 Lakes Region Community College TOTALS NEW ENGLAND BOARD OF HIGHER EDUCATION'S REGIONAL STUDENT PROGRAM (RSP) ANNUAL REPORT A-33

64 New Hampshire Institutions Manchester Community College CT ME MA NH RI VT TOTALS Accounting 1 1 Automotive Technology Behavior Science 1 1 Business Studies 2 2 Computer Science 1 1 Cyber Security 1 1 Early Childhood Education 1 1 Electrical Technology Exercise Science 1 1 Health Sciences 1 1 HVAC (Heating, Ventilation & AC) 3 3 Interior Design 1 1 Mathematics 1 1 Welding Manchester Community College TOTALS Nashua Community College CT ME MA NH RI VT TOTALS Advanced Machine Tool Technology 3 3 Automotive Technology 3 3 Aviation Technology Business Administration 3 3 Collision Repair Technology 1 1 Communications 1 1 Computer Networking 3 3 Criminal Justice 1 1 Cyber Security (Certificate) 1 1 Early Childhood Education 5 5 Educator Preparation 1 1 Electronics Engineering Technology 2 2 English 1 1 General Studies 2 2 History and Political Science 1 1 Liberal Arts Machine Tool CNC Programming (Certificate) 2 2 Massage Therapy (Certificate) 1 1 Mechanical Design Technology 1 1 Nursing 1 1 Paralegal Studies (Certificate) 1 1 Precision Manufacturing 1 1 Psychology 1 1 Sign Language (Certificate) 1 1 Software Development 1 1 Speech Language Pathology Assistant 2 2 Web Application Development 1 1 Nashua Community College TOTALS NEW ENGLAND BOARD OF HIGHER EDUCATION'S REGIONAL STUDENT PROGRAM (RSP) ANNUAL REPORT A-34

65 New Hampshire Institutions NHTI, Concord's Community College CT ME MA NH RI VT TOTALS Business Administration 1 1 Dental Hygiene 1 1 Diagnostic Medical Sonography (Certificate) Electronic Engineering Technology 1 1 General Studies 1 1 Industrial Design Technology 1 1 Landscape & Environmental Design 1 1 Manufacturing Engineering Technology 1 1 Mechanical Engineering Technology 1 1 Paramedic Emergency Medicine Radiation Therapy Radiologic Technology 2 2 NHTI, Concord's Community College TOTALS River Valley Community College CT ME MA NH RI VT TOTALS Accounting 1 1 Advanced Machine Tool Technology (Certificate) 4 4 Business Management Computer Technology 3 3 Computer Technology (Certificate) 1 1 Cybersecurity and Healthcare Information Technology 2 2 Early Childhood Education 3 3 Exploratory General Studies 1 1 Human Services 1 1 Liberal Arts 3 3 Massage Therapy Math and Sciences 1 1 Medical Assistant (Certificate) 3 3 Nursing 3 3 Occupational Therapy Assistant 7 7 Phlebotomy 3 3 Physical Therapist Assistant Radiography 6 6 Respiratory Therapy Teacher Education 1 1 River Valley Community College TOTALS White Mountains Community College CT ME MA NH RI VT TOTALS Advanced Welding Technology Autism Education 1 1 Automotive Technology Baking and Pastry Arts (Certificate) Business Administration 1 1 NEW ENGLAND BOARD OF HIGHER EDUCATION'S REGIONAL STUDENT PROGRAM (RSP) ANNUAL REPORT A-35

66 New Hampshire Institutions White Mountains Community College (continued) CT ME MA NH RI VT TOTALS Commercial Driver Training 1 1 Culinary Arts Early Childhood Education 1 1 Environmental Sciences General Studies 2 2 Health & Wellness 1 1 Health Science Heavy Equipment Technology Homeland Security 2 2 Industrial Maintenance 4 4 Information Technology 2 2 Interdisciplinary Studies 1 1 Massage Therapy (Certificate) 3 3 Medical Assistant Medical Coding 1 1 Mobile Equipment Technology 1 1 Nursing Special Education 1 1 Teacher Education White Mountains Community College TOTALS Community College System of New Hampshire TOTALS NEW ENGLAND BOARD OF HIGHER EDUCATION'S REGIONAL STUDENT PROGRAM (RSP) ANNUAL REPORT A-36

67 RSP Enrollment at University System of New Hampshire: New Hampshire Institutions Keene State College CT ME MA NH RI VT TOTALS BACHELOR'S DEGREE PROGRAMS American Studies 2 2 Chemistry/Physics 1 1 Holocaust and Genocide Studies Sustainable Product Design and Innovation Keene State College TOTALS Plymouth State University CT ME MA NH RI VT TOTALS BACHELOR'S DEGREE PROGRAMS Adventure Education Athletic Training 6 6 Elementary Education 1 1 Environmental Planning 1 1 Fine Arts Health Education Management 1 1 Meteorology Music 1 1 Public Management Theater Arts 7 7 Tourism Management and Policy 1 1 Plymouth State University TOTALS University of New Hampshire CT ME MA NH RI VT TOTALS ASSOCIATE DEGREE PROGRAMS Applied Animal Science 4 4 Civil Technology 1 1 Culinary Arts & Nutrition Forest Technology 1 1 UNH Associate Totals BACHELOR'S DEGREE PROGRAMS Biochemistry 1 1 Biology 1 1 Business Administration - Entrepreneurial Studies 1 1 Community and Environmental Planning 1 1 Dairy Management Environmental Engineering Equine Studies Forestry Genetics Health Management and Policy History 1 1 NEW ENGLAND BOARD OF HIGHER EDUCATION'S REGIONAL STUDENT PROGRAM (RSP) ANNUAL REPORT A-37

68 New Hampshire Institutions University of New Hampshire (continued) CT ME MA NH RI VT TOTALS Hospitality Management Human Development & Family Studies 1 1 Information Technology 1 1 Linguistics 1 1 Marine, Estuarine and Freshwater Biology Neuroscience Nutrition & Wellness Occupational Therapy Ocean Engineering Outdoor Education Political Science 5 5 Psychology Recreation Management Russian 1 1 Sociology Sustainable Agriculture and Food Systems Tourism Planning & Development 1 1 Undeclared 1 1 Zoology UNH Bachelor's Totals MASTERS DEGREE PROGRAMS Community & Environmental Planning 1 1 Justice Studies Kinesiology Language and Linguistics 2 2 Marriage and Family Therapy Nursing Occupational Therapy Recreational Management 1 1 Social Work Sociology Writing DOCTORAL DEGREE PROGRAMS Earth & Environmental Science 1 1 Economics 1 1 English 1 1 History Mathematics/Mathematics Education 2 2 Natural Resources & Environmental Study Sociology UNH Graduate TOTALS University of New Hampshire TOTALS NEW ENGLAND BOARD OF HIGHER EDUCATION'S REGIONAL STUDENT PROGRAM (RSP) ANNUAL REPORT A-38

69 New Hampshire Institutions University of New Hampshire at Manchester CT ME MA NH RI VT TOTALS BACHELOR'S DEGREE PROGRAMS Biotechnology 1 1 Sign Language Interpretation University of New Hampshire at Manchester TOTALS University System of New Hampshire UNDERGRADUATE TOTALS University System of New Hampshire GRADUATE TOTALS University System of New Hampshire TOTALS NEW HAMPSHIRE TOTALS NEW ENGLAND BOARD OF HIGHER EDUCATION'S REGIONAL STUDENT PROGRAM (RSP) ANNUAL REPORT A-39

70 RSP Enrollment at Rhode Island Institutions: Rhode Island Institutions Community College of Rhode Island CT ME MA NH RI VT TOTALS Administrative Assistant Business Chemical Technology 1 1 Computer and Networking Technology Computer Science Cyber Security 1 1 Dental Assisting Dental Hygiene 5 5 Diagnostic Medical Sonography Education Engineering Engineering Systems Technology 6 6 Fine Arts Fire Science General Studies Histotechnician 3 3 Hospitality 1 1 Human Services 2 2 Legal Studies Liberal Arts Magnetic Resonance Imaging (Certificate) 3 3 Medical Laboratory Technician 4 4 Nursing Occupational Therapy Assistant 4 4 Opticianry 1 1 Phlebotomy (Certificate) 3 3 Physical Therapist Assistant Radiography Renal Dialysis Technology (Certificate) 1 1 Respiratory Therapy 3 3 Science Social Services (Certificate) Therapeutic Massage Undeclared 3 3 Community College of Rhode Island TOTALS NEW ENGLAND BOARD OF HIGHER EDUCATION'S REGIONAL STUDENT PROGRAM (RSP) ANNUAL REPORT A-40

71 Rhode Island Institutions Rhode Island College CT ME MA NH RI VT TOTALS BACHELOR'S DEGREE PROGRAMS Community Health and Wellness 1 1 Dance Performance 3 3 Film Studies 1 1 Health Care Administration 2 2 Marketing 1 1 Medical Imaging Technology Education 1 1 Theater 1 1 Youth Development Rhode Island College TOTALS University of Rhode Island CT ME MA NH RI VT TOTALS BACHELOR'S DEGREE PROGRAMS Accounting 1 1 Animal Science & Technology 1 1 Anthropology 1 1 Aquaculture and Fishery Technology Art 1 1 Biological Sciences 1 1 Biology 1 1 Biomedical Engineering Business 1 1 Chemical Engineering 3 3 Chinese Communication Studies Economics 1 1 Education Engineering English 1 1 Film Media Geology and Geological Oceanography German 1 1 Global Business Management 3 3 Health Studies 1 1 Human Development & Family Services 1 1 Industrial and Systems Engineering Italian 1 1 Journalism 1 1 Kinesiology Landscape Architecture Marine Affairs Marine Biology 1 1 Ocean Engineering NEW ENGLAND BOARD OF HIGHER EDUCATION'S REGIONAL STUDENT PROGRAM (RSP) ANNUAL REPORT A-41

72 Rhode Island Institutions University of Rhode Island (continued) CT ME MA NH RI VT TOTALS Pharmaceutical Sciences Pharmacy (PharmD) Political Science 1 1 Psychology 1 1 Public Relations 1 1 Spanish 1 1 Supply Chain Management Textile Marketing Textiles, Fashion Merchandising and Design Wildlife Conservation Biology 1 1 Writing and Rhetoric 4 4 URI Undergraduate Totals MASTERS DEGREE PROGRAMS Accounting 1 1 Business 1 1 Education 3 3 History Human Development & Family Studies 1 1 Kinesiology 1 1 Labor Relations and Human Resources Library and Information Studies Marine Affairs (MAMA, MMA) Ocean Engineering Political Science 1 1 Textiles, Fashion Merchandising and Design DOCTORAL DEGREE PROGRAMS Neuroscience 1 1 Pharmaceutical Sciences Psychology (PHD) 1 1 URI Graduate Totals University of Rhode Island UNDERGRADUATE TOTALS University of Rhode Island GRADUATE TOTALS University of Rhode Island TOTALS RHODE ISLAND TOTALS ,353 NEW ENGLAND BOARD OF HIGHER EDUCATION'S REGIONAL STUDENT PROGRAM (RSP) ANNUAL REPORT A-42

73 RSP Enrollment at Vermont State Colleges: Vermont Institutions Community College of Vermont CT ME MA NH RI VT TOTALS Accounting 1 1 Administrative Management 2 2 Allied Health Sciences Preparation (Certificate) Business 4 4 Computer Systems Management Criminal Justice 3 3 Early Childhood Education 2 2 Environmental Studies 1 1 Graphic Design 1 1 Human Services 5 5 Liberal Studies 8 8 Medical Assisting STEM Studies Undeclared Community College of Vermont TOTALS Castleton University CT ME MA NH RI VT TOTALS BACHELOR'S DEGREE PROGRAMS Athletic Training 2 2 Criminal Justice 1 1 Castleton State College TOTALS Johnson State College CT ME MA NH RI VT TOTALS ASSOCIATE DEGREE PROGRAMS Technical Theater 1 1 BACHELOR'S DEGREE PROGRAMS Creative Writing (BFA) Hospitality and Tourism Management Outdoor Education Wellness and Alternative Medicine Johnson State College TOTALS Lyndon State College CT ME MA NH RI VT TOTALS ASSOCIATE DEGREE PROGRAMS Electronic Journalism Arts/New Media 1 1 BACHELOR'S DEGREE PROGRAMS Animation and Illustration Applied Psychology Atmospheric Sciences (Meteorology) Cinema Production NEW ENGLAND BOARD OF HIGHER EDUCATION'S REGIONAL STUDENT PROGRAM (RSP) ANNUAL REPORT A-43

74 Vermont Institutions Lyndon State College (continued) CT ME MA NH RI VT TOTALS Design (Graphic and Web) Electronic Journalism Arts Mountain Recreation Management Music Business and Industry Sustainability Studies Lyndon State College TOTALS Vermont Technical College CT ME MA NH RI VT TOTALS ASSOCIATE DEGREE PROGRAMS Automotive Technology Civil & Environmental Engineering Technology Construction Practice and Management Dairy Farm Management Diesel Power Technology Electrical Engineering Technology 1 1 Equine Studies Fire Science 2 2 Mechanical Engineering Technology 1 1 Nursing Practical Nursing (Certificate) Respiratory Therapy 2 2 Veterinary Technology and Animal Science 9 9 Vermont Technical College Associate Totals BACHELOR'S DEGREE PROGRAMS Architectural and Building Engineering Technology Computer Engineering Technology 1 1 Construction Practice and Management Dental Hygiene 2 2 Diversified Agriculture Electromechanical Engineering Technology Entrepreneurship 2 2 Manufacturing Engineering Technology Professional Pilot Technology Software Engineering 1 1 Vermont Technical College Bachelor's Totals Vermont Technical College TOTALS Vermont State Colleges TOTALS NEW ENGLAND BOARD OF HIGHER EDUCATION'S REGIONAL STUDENT PROGRAM (RSP) ANNUAL REPORT A-44

75 RSP Enrollment at the University of Vermont: Vermont Institutions University of Vermont CT ME MA NH RI VT TOTALS BACHELOR'S DEGREE PROGRAMS Anthropology 1 1 Dietetics, Nutrition & Food Science 1 1 Environmental Engineering 1 1 Environmental Sciences 2 2 Forestry Global Studies Greek History 1 1 Latin Neuroscience 1 1 Plant Biology Political Science 1 1 Russian Wildlife and Fisheries Biology UVM Undergraduate TOTALS GRADUATE PROGRAMS Historic Preservation (Master's) Physical Therapy (Doctoral) UVM Graduate TOTALS University of Vermont TOTALS VERMONT TOTALS CT ME MA NH RI VT TOTALS NEW ENGLAND TOTALS 1, ,772 2,514 1, ,002 NEW ENGLAND BOARD OF HIGHER EDUCATION'S REGIONAL STUDENT PROGRAM (RSP) ANNUAL REPORT A-45

76 Regional Student Program (RSP) Tuition Break Participating Colleges and Universities CONNECTICUT Connecticut Community Colleges (Asnuntuck, Capital, Gateway, Housatonic, Manchester, Middlesex, Naugatuck Valley, Northwestern Connecticut, Norwalk, Quinebaug Valley, Three Rivers, Tunxis) Connecticut State University System (Central, Eastern, Southern, Western) University of Connecticut (UConn Undergraduate and Graduate, UConn School of Dental Medicine, UConn School of Medicine, UConn School of Law) MAINE Maine Community Colleges (Central Maine, Eastern Maine, Kennebec Valley, Northern Maine, Southern Maine, Washington County, York County) Maine Maritime Academy University of Maine System (University of Maine, University of Maine at Augusta, University of Maine at Farmington, University of Maine at Machias, University of Southern Maine, UMaine School of Law MASSACHUSETTS Massachusetts Community Colleges (Berkshire, Bristol, Bunker Hill, Cape Cod, Greenfield, Holyoke, Massachusetts Bay, Massasoit, Middlesex, Mount Wachusett, North Shore, Northern Essex, Quinsigamond, Roxbury, Springfield Technical) Bridgewater State University Fitchburg State University Framingham State University Massachusetts College of Art and Design Massachusetts Maritime Academy Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts Salem State University Westfield State University Worcester State University University of Massachusetts (UMass Amherst, UMass Boston, UMass Dartmouth, UMass Lowell, UMass School of Law Dartmouth, UMass Worcester Graduate Schools of Biomedical Sciences and Nursing) NEW HAMPSHIRE Community College System of New Hampshire (Great Bay Community College, Lakes Region Community College, Manchester Community College, Nashua Community College, NHTI Concord s Community College, River Valley Community College, White Mountains Community College) University System of New Hampshire (Keene State College, Plymouth State University, University of New Hampshire, University of New Hampshire-Manchester, UNH School of Law) RHODE ISLAND Community College of Rhode Island Rhode Island College University of Rhode Island VERMONT Vermont State Colleges (Castleton University, Community College of Vermont, Johnson State College, Lyndon State College, Vermont Technical College) University of Vermont The New England Board of Higher Education (NEBHE) is a nonprofit, congressionally authorized, interstate agency whose mission is to foster cooperation and the efficient use of resources among New England s approximately 280 colleges and universities. NEBHE was created by the New England Higher Education Compact, a 1955 agreement among the states of Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island and Vermont. NEBHE is funded by the six New England states. NEW ENGLAND BOARD OF HIGHER EDUCATION 45 Temple Place, Boston, MA Tel or Fax

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