There are many colleges in Massachusetts in the capital, Boston. Like most states, colleges range from four year public universities to two year community college. Let’s look at some NCES stats about the Bay state:
Salary BreakdownAccording to the College Scorecard alums from Harvard University earn the highest average salary. 10 years after graduating, the average salary is about $128,900. Meanwhile, the 2017 mean annual wage in Massachusetts is $63,910. You do the math!
According to the College Scorecard alums from Harvard University earn the highest average salary. 10 years after graduating, the average salary is about $128,900. Meanwhile, the 2017 mean annual wage in Massachusetts is $63,910. You do the math!
Massachusetts is a member of the New England Regional Student Program. In the 2018 school year, more than 8,100 New England residents saved an estimated $54 million in tuition because of the program. On average Massachusetts students going to a member school in Maine, Connecticut, New Hampshire, Rhode Island or Vermont save $7,900 a year.
Top Massachusetts colleges were ranked by total student population.
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Source for school statistics and data is the U.S. Department of Education's National Center for Education Statistics and the Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System.
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