Eastern Nazarene College Announces Tuition Freeze for the 2021-2022 Academic Year

Nov 19, 2020

Eastern Nazarene College announced today plans to freeze tuition rates for all undergraduate and graduate students for the 2021-22 academic year.   

“We understand that our students and their families are facing a lot of economic pressure during this pandemic, and we want to come alongside them and do what we can to keep an ENC education affordable,” commented President Jack Connell. 

With this tuition freeze, the costs of attending Eastern Nazarene College will remain among the lowest for private colleges and universities in New England.  ENC’s longstanding commitment to providing a transformational Christ-centered education includes a commitment to ensuring that ENC remains accessible for students and families with modest financial resources.     

In addition to keeping the price low, ENC will continue providing generous scholarship assistance to needy and deserving students.  “Our desire is to provide a very high quality education at a price point that virtually everyone can afford,” added Vice President for Enrollment, Dr. Brad Zarges.   

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