Press Releases

Community College System Honors Long-Time Chairman with Naming

 

Graphic design identifying the Paul J. Holloway Student Success Center at Great Bay Community College. The image was designed by GBCC Digital Media and Communications student Nichole Marrero.

 

For Immediate Release

March 15, 2018

Portsmouth Housing Authority, Great Bay Community College Partner to Strengthen Economic Mobility of Residents

Scholarships for PHA residents to access college programs

For Immediate Release

March 1, 2018

Tech Entrepreneur Named Chairman of Community College System of NH Board

 

Concord, NH - Jeremy Hitchcock, founder of Dyn, a company he grew into one of the world’s leading internet service providers, has been named chair of the board of trustees of the Community College System of NH. 

Hitchcock succeeds Paul Holloway, who chaired the board since 2005 and did not seek re-nomination this year.

For Immediate Release

Feb. 15, 2018

Community College System Applauds Governor's

Robotics Competition Program

 

Concord, NH - The Community College System of New Hampshire (CCSNH) today praised the Governor's State of the State mention of a new robotics competition designed to incentivize students to stay in NH for college. 

Dr. Charles Lloyd Confirmed as White Mountains Community College President

“Interim” Designation Removed as Board Votes to Make Appointment Official

 

Two NH High Schools Ready to Access New Scholarship Program for Students in Dual-Credit Courses

Program funds STEM course enrollment that provides both high school and college credit through Community College System’s “Running Start”

NH - Pelham and Con-Val are the first two NH high schools to sign on to a program that will provide scholarships for their students to take up to two free STEM courses per year that give the students college credit alongside meeting their high school requirements. 

January 29, 2018

River Valley Community College welcomes Granite State College to RVCC’s Lebanon Academic Center

Collaborative relationship provides new academic location, resources, and reinforces commitment to workforce development in New Hampshire’s Upper Valley

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