On March 13, 2020, Cambridge College acquired the assets of the New England College of Business following the unanimous votes of each institutions’ boards of trustees. This momentous decision brings together two institutions with a combined 150 years serving adult learners pursuing meaningful careers. We are proud to announce that we have become the New England Institute of Business at Cambridge College.
Over the next few months, our two institutions will work together to leverage our individual strengths while preserving our shared mission and purpose as well as the vision and values of each institution. This strategic transition will take time and patience to realize, and we will continue our conversations with students, faculty, and the broader community throughout the transition period. For potential students interested in NEIB programs, we are currently working with the Massachusetts Department of Higher Education to extend these offerings to you. We will gather your information and follow up with you when we are ready to enroll new students in these programs. For currently enrolled students of the former New England College of Business, there will be no changes to your programs of study.
At New England Institute of Business at Cambridge College, your academic success is our highest priority. From the start of your program, New England Institute of Business resources are available to help you reach your goal of graduation.
The College Catalog/Student Handbook provides you with detailed coverage of degree programs, class requirements, the most up-to-date student and academic policies and more.
Policies and Disclosures
Disclosure in Accordance with Commercial Law 13-320 of the Annotated Code of Maryland
New England Institute of Business at Cambridge College, in accordance with the Higher Education Opportunity Act (HEOA), provides current and prospective students and employees notification and access to consumer information. This page was designed to provide this information in a complete and easily accessible way. Examples of the information provided are:
- Family Education Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA)
- Services and Facilities for Disabled Students
- Campus Safety and Security
- Drug and Alcohol Prevention
- State Registration and Licensure
Please review the documents below for details on these and other important topics. Paper copies of any of these documents can be provided upon request to your financial aid department.