- Are you interested in earning a bachelor’s degree but prefer to begin at one of NH’s Community Colleges?
- Are you uncertain about financing your education for four years?
- Would you benefit from starting college close to home, with time to better define your educational goals?
Many students attend a CCSNH college with an eventual goal of transferring to a four-year institution to complete a bachelor’s degree, while others make the decision once they have already enrolled. The CCSNH colleges have numerous transfer agreements — generally called “articulation agreements” — with four-year institutions, providing pathways between associate degree-level courses to baccalaureate-level courses.
You should discuss your plans with an admissions or academic counselor as early as possible to ensure you take the courses that will best support your transfer goals.
Links to Additional Resources:
NHTransfer.org includes information about transferring from a CCSNH institution.
Dual NH describes an opportunity for seamless admission first to a NH Community College and then into one of the University System of NH institutions (UNH, Keene State College, Plymouth State University, Granite State College).
RN to BSN Pathway is for graduates of CCSNH associate degree nursing programs interested in a BSN completion program through Granite State College — at community college tuition!