2015-16 Expenses for New Hampshire Residents

Savings for New Hampshire Residents

Like the other New England states, New Hampshire residents may take part in the NEBHE program and save $6,408 if the declared major is not offered in their home state. Learn more about NEBHE.

Northern New Hampshire/Good Neighbor Scholarship

Residents of many northern New Hampshire towns may receive a waiver that reduces tuition by $6,408 regardless of degree program or GPA. See below for list of towns. These savings can be stacked with the Lyndon Scholars Award to save up to another $5,500 for a total savings of up to $11,908.

Good Neighbor RateOut-of-State
Room & Board9,6969,696
Mandatory Fees1,0341,034

Good neighbor students must be residents of these northern New Hampshire towns to qualify: Barrett, Bath, Berlin, Bethlehem, Bungy, Cascade, Colebrook, Columbia, Coos Junction, Crystal, Dalton, Dummer, Errol, Factory Village, Franconia, Gorham, Grange, Groveton, Jefferson, Jefferson Highlands, Kidderville, Lancaster, Landaff, Lisbon, Littleton, Lost Nation, Lyman, Maplewood, Meadows, Milan, Monroe, North Stratford, Northumberland, Percy, Pierce Bridge, Pittsburg, Randolph, Stark, Starr King, Stewartstown, Stratford Sugar Hill, Swiftwater, Tinkerville, Twin Mountain, Wentworth Location, West Milan, Whitefield, and Woodsville. (Haverhill residents are eligible only if they are students at Woodsville High School.)



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