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For Military Students and Their Families

Founded after World War II to serve the servicemen and women looking to transition through education, New England College has a 70-year history of helping those who serve our country. We offer:

  • A generous transfer policy that considers your experience, training, and prior coursework.
  • Discounts for active duty servicemembers, veterans, and their spouses
  • Highly affordable tuition rates on over 100 different programs
  • Online and on-campus associate, bachelor’s, and master’s degree options
  • Unique military partnerships and offerings, like:

CDET MARSOC JSOU CCAF GEM

Plus Some Academic Programs Uniquely Designed for Servicemembers:

Please call your New England College point of contact (POC), France Miserere at 603.428.2333 to discuss application requirements and credit transfers. You may be able to complete your degree faster and at less cost to you.

We are a Yellow Ribbon Program College and can also offer additional assistance to Pre-9/11 eligible veterans with our unique military scholarship program (Russell Durgin Military Scholarship) named in honor of one of our own local heroes who paid the ultimate sacrifice on the battlefield in Afghanistan.

It is our commitment to serve the educational needs of those who serve our country that has earned us the label of being a “military friendly school” by the G.I. Jobs magazine.

Readmission

Active duty service members whose attendance was interrupted by military service, are readmitted to New England College and their degree program in a way that complies with FSA Guidelines for readmission of service members.

Your New England College POC

Enter your contact information in the inquiry box above or contact France Miserere, Graduate Admission Counselor, directly at tmiserere@nec.edu or 603.428.2333.

Compliance

New England College meets or exceeds requirements of the Department of Defense Voluntary Education Partnership Memorandum of Understanding (DoD MOU) regarding the recruitment and enrollment of active duty service members.  NEC does not provide commission or bonus payments to anyone involved with recruitment, enrollment, or awarding of financial assistance.  Further, NEC recruiters do not make multiple unsolicited contacts, or engage in same-day recruitment and registration tactics for the purpose of securing Service member enrollments.

GI Bill® is a registered trademark of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). More information about education benefits offered by VA is available at the official U.S. government Web site at http://www.benefits.va.gov/gibill.


Brigadier General Donald Bolduc Joins New England College As “Scholar in Residence” – 32-Year U.S. Army Veteran, War Hero, Champion of Eliminating Stigma Surrounding Post-Traumatic Stress Will Teach at NEC in 2019/20.

Serving Those Who Serve: Honoring Our Heritage – NEC Celebrates 73rd Founders Day; Military Students Find Community