A quality education that gives you what you want doesn’t mean you will have a lifetime of debt. That’s what we believe.
With seven main campuses and three academic centers covering the state, New Hampshire’s community colleges offer locations that are convenient, class schedules that are flexible and courses that are transferable to four-year colleges. Students can enter two-year associate degree programs and short-term certificate programs in a wide variety of career fields, preparing them for jobs that make them sought after. We offer high-quality programs with exceptional faculty members who care about their students.
The community colleges also have transfer partnerships with four-year schools, including its Dual Admission partnership with the University System of NH that enables students to seamlessly move into UNH, Plymouth, Keene State or Granite State College after earning an associate degree.
What do New Hampshire’s community colleges have to offer?
- Over 80 associate degree programs and more than 120 short-term certificate programs and specialized training. Courses are available online and on campus, allowing you to choose from a broad range of studies.
- Affordable tuition of $200 per credit or $4,800-$6,000 a year for full-time enrollment. We are committed to affordability for our students, having frozen or lowered tuition every year since 2012.
- Training that will help students find jobs in fields where they can grow and prosper. Degrees and certificates from New Hampshire’s community colleges train students for jobs that can pay $50,000 or more.
Who is going to New Hampshire’s community college?
- Over 27,000 students annually.
- Someone you probably know! 93% of New Hampshire’s community colleges are New Hampshire residents
Are New Hampshire’s community colleges right for you?
- Explore the site and find out. Check out student stories and videos, as well as information about each campus.