Take the first step toward a future full of opportunity.
Our supportive, dedicated professors will keep you on track.
Learn real-world skills that you can apply right away, preparing for the workforce and a more fulfilling career.
Feel the pride of accomplishment! No matter where you are in life, graduation is a real milestone.
To help address the significant shortfall in the number of nurses in New Hampshire, River Valley Community College (RVCC) is launching a Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) program, with its first student cohort beginning January 21, 2020.
White Mountains Community College (WMCC) has earned national accreditation through the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing (ACEN) for its Associate of Science in Nursing program, which prepares students for positions as Registered Nurses.
Degree and certificate programs
CCSNH offers over 200 degree and certificate programs grouped into 7 academic focus areas (AFAs) helping students reach their educational and career goals.
New Hampshire locations
CCSNH offers true statewide reach with 7 colleges and 5 academic centers across New Hampshire.
CCSNH serves approximately 26,000 students enrolled in traditional classes, high-school dual credit courses and workforce training programs.
Job-seekers! WorkReadyNH offers assessment, skill-building and certification of the skills employers are looking for.
The power of 2! Pay one application fee and take advantage of a new educational pathway that allows you to enroll at one of the seven NH Community Colleges and be admitted into the University System of NH at the same time.
The Running Start program enables high school students to take Community College System of NH (CCSNH) courses for high school AND college credit.
eStart is a dual credit program that affords NH high school students the opportunity to take 100% online college courses through CCSNH while earning both high school AND college credit simultaneously.
For Nick Larouche, getting to and getting through college was a journey that included several stops, a few shifts and a lot of encouragement. His persistence and willingness to seize opportunities, coupled with the support he received at the community college level, landed him with a degree in a high-demand field at a place with a major Upper Valley employer.