There’s something special about small colleges in New England. It could be their beautiful wooded campuses, their small classes, or their experienced professors who still teach in a traditional and caring way.
If you’ve dreamed of attending a small college in New England but thought it could never happen, we have great news for you. Newbury College, a top small liberal arts college located in New England, is a StraighterLine Partner College.
What does being a Partner College mean? It means that Newbury College will accept the credit hours that you earn in StraighterLine courses and even waive your application fee. To learn more, request a Personal Newbury College Degree Plan from StraighterLine or call a StraighterLine admissions consultant at (877) 787-8375 now. If you prefer, you can also email Jill Anelauskas, Newbury’s Director of Admissions at [email protected] or call (617) 730-7105.
StraighterLine + Newbury = A Traditional Path to a Modern Education
Newbury offers everything that is great and cherished in a small college. It’s located on a beautiful campus close to Boston. Both its faculty and its students have won respect everywhere. Only 1,000 students attend Newbury. And thanks to a new partnership with StraighterLine, you can be one of them too.
Although Newbury College offers a traditional New England learning experience, the school is not living in the past. If you browse Newbury’s programs of study online, you’ll find that the college will prepare you for many of today’s hottest careers, including Communications, Digital Journalism, Computer Science, Graphic Design, Interior Design, Criminal Justice, Business Management, Fashion Merchandising, Health Care Management, and Hotel Administration.
Newbury is a traditional college that can prepare you for a successful future. Some programs of study are even offered online.
Newbury Offers an Affordable Education to All Students, Including Veterans
Newbury’s Student Financial Services team is committed to making college affordable, and to minimizing student borrowing too. According to statistics compiled by US News, 81.6% of all Newbury students receive need-based financial assistance.
And Newbury is committed to veterans. Whether you’re a veteran who is returning to college or just starting your education, Newbury welcomes you. Through The Yellow Ribbon Program and the Post-9/11 G.I. Bill, Newbury makes it easier for both veterans and their families to attend and afford college.