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Tuition and fees across New England have risen by 16% ($734) at community colleges and 10% ($1,001) at four-year public institutions since 2012-13, according to the new NEBHE report, Published Tuition and Fees at New England Public Colleges and Universities, 2017. The report, published annually by NEBHE's Policy & Research Team, takes an in-depth look at the tuition and required fees published by public two- and four-year postsecondary institutions across New England. The report provides a state-by-state analysis of tuition and fees in the region to shed light on college prices, and notes legislative and institutional initiatives that aim to address affordability challenges.