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New England Conservatory
290 Huntington Ave.  
Boston,  MA,  02115
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The role of the Financial Aid Office at New England Conservatory is to offer assistance to current and prospective students with regard to financing their education. The NEC Financial Aid staff is committed to providing students with the information needed to make informed decisions about financing programs at NEC. The Financial Aid Office awards financial aid to eligible students and transmits this aid to the NEC Business Office. Financial Aid staff work with students and parents to resolve balances owed on student accounts, authorize refunds (when applicable), and administer the campus' student employment program while closely communicating with the Payroll Office.
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