Regional Student Program

Plymouth State University participates in a regional cooperative program administered by the New England Board of Higher Education (NEBHE). The Regional Student Program enables residents of New England to attend an out-of-state public college or university within New England at reduced tuition for certain degree programs that are not available within their own state’s institutions.

Eligible Plymouth State University programs are offered at a $6,000 per year discount.

 
ELIGIBLE PROGRAMS – Fall 2015

Connecticut

  • Adventure Education
  • Biotechnology
  • Public Management
  • Tourism Management & Policy

Maine

  • Adventure Education
  • Graphic Design (BFA)
  • Humanities
  • Meteorology (Forecasting)
  • Public Management

Massachusetts

  • Adventure Education
  • Humanities
  • Meteorology (Forecasting)
  • Public Management
  • Theatre Arts: Music Theatre Performance

Rhode Island

  • Adventure Education
  • Athletic Training
  • Graphic Design (BFA)
  • Health Education and Promotion: Health Promotion
  • Meteorology (forecasting)
  • Tourism Management & Policy

Vermont

  • Biotechnology
  • Environmental Planning
  • Health Education and Promotion: Health Education
  • Health Education and Promotion: Health Promotion
  • Meteorology (forecasting)
  • Tourism Management & Policy

This program expands opportunities in higher education for New England residents by making available on an equal basis courses not commonly offered at every institution. This tends to reduce duplication of courses and to utilize more efficiently the higher education facilities of each state. Information about this program may be obtained through the Admission Office, any guidance counselor or from the New England Board of Higher Education, 45 Temple Place, Boston, Massachusetts 02111 Phone: (617) 357-9620  E-mail: rsp@nebhe.org

What our students, alumni, & faculty say

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“Originally I had no idea where I wanted to go. I love to ski – that’s my passion. I wanted to go someplace close to the mountains. Basically, the first time I came on campus – I wasn’t even here for a tour, I was just visiting myself – and I knew it was the place for me. It’s a beautiful campus, great environment, and very close to Loon and Waterville.”

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