On behalf of the members of the New England Board of Higher Education (NEBHE), thank you very much for your support and assistance in restoring funding for NEBHE for FY 13 and also for restoring and supporting full funding for NEBHE for FY 14.
As a result of your leadership, Massachusetts students and the Commonwealth’s public higher education institutions will continue to benefit from NEBHE’s New England Regional Student Program. This means Massachusetts students will continue to save an average of $7,000 on annual tuition bills while public higher education institutions will continue to receive approximately $44 million in tuition and fee revenue from New England students enrolled in Massachusetts colleges and universities through NEBHE’s New England Regional Student Program.
Again, we are most grateful to you for your assistance.
President and CEO
New England Board of Higher Education
You have gone the distance with and for Quinsigamond Community College in the budget process. More than that, you have stood for what is right, fair and rational for all of higher education. For that, we at QCC are deeply appreciative and we are so proud that you are a Wyvern…a guardian protector of Worcester County.
Many, many thanks, Mike.
Gail E. Carberry, Ed.D.
Quinsigamond Community College
Thank you! Thank you! Thank you! The ice cream scooped out by your staff and yourself couldn’t have come on a better day. With temps in the 90’s the Senior Center was the perfect place for the seniors to come socialize and cool off with some great ice cream sundaes. It was so nice to have you join us at the Grafton Senior Center.
It’s people like you and your staff who make this community a better place to live.
Thank you for thinking of the seniors in Grafton!
Grafton Senior Center