June 2012

Tuition at the State’s seven community colleges will not increase for the 2012-13 academic year, in a decision reached by the Board of Trustees on May 29.

For Immediate Release - May 15, 2012
Contact: Shannon Reid, 271-2795
sreid@ccsnh.edu

As the field of nursing continues to advance and evolve, creating pathways for nurses and nursing students to advance their education and career opportunities will play a key role in the delivery of health care in New Hampshire. Community College nursing students and graduates of CCSNH nursing programs will have a seamless, integrated pathway to progress from an associate degree in nursing through to a master’s degree thanks to a groundbreaking partnership with Southern New Hampshire University (SNHU).

How can high school students, and their families, save thousands from the cost of a college education?  By taking NH community college courses in their high schools, for dual HS and college credit.  Students who take advantage of Running Start can begin college with a semester or more of coursework already completed, saving money and shortening the time it takes to earn a degree. 

Surveying the work stations, computers, giant monitors and other apparatus that adorn the state-of-the-art Incident Planning and Operations Center, Chris Pope reflects on what it really takes to fend off the threats to his fellow citizens’ safety.