- Boston, MA
- Size: Small
- Private University
- Degree: Two-year associate
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Average Net Price
Net price is what you’ll pay after subtracting scholarships and grants. For a more specific figure, based on your family’s finances, go to the college’s Net Price Calculator.
College's Average Net Price [i]
National Average Net Price
- College's Average Net Price
- National Average Net Price
Family income under $30,000 per year
Family income $30,001 to $48,000 per year
Family income $48,001 to $75,000 per year
Family income $75,001 to $110,000 per year
Family income over $110,001 per year
* Your preferences indicate that this matches your family income.
|Average Net Price||National Average Average Net Price|
|Family income under $30,000 per year||$15,881||$8,943|
|Family income $30,001 to $48,000 per year||$17,549||$9,868|
|Family income $48,001 to $75,000 per year||$19,828||$11,570|
|Family income $75,001 to $110,000 per year||$20,428||$12,978|
|Family income over $110,001 per year||$20,428||$13,361|
Going to college means getting a degree. The graduation rate is a good indicator of how long it might take to earn that diploma.
An unknown percentage of students transfer to another college before graduating.
Graduation Rate [i]
Debt Repayment & Earnings
Not all families need loans for college. For those that do, here is what the monthly payments might look like over 10 years compared with the graduate's average earnings.
Debt at Graduation [i]