Starting at a Community College
As important as college is for personal and career development, not everyone is ready to jump right into a traditional four-year program when they graduate from high school.
- If you are uncertain about making a four-year commitment to college right away, whether for personal or financial reasons , you might consider getting started at a community college.
- Many students get started in two-year programs then transfer to a bachelor’s degree institution such as those offered through the colleges and universities participating on this website.
- Working with an advisor at one of the Community College System of New Hampshire institutions will help you get started with your college classes.
- Use the Transfer Credit Database to see how your classes from CCSNH will fit into the graduation requirements of the most popular Bachelor’s degree majors at participating baccalaureate institutions.
For more information about getting started at a community college or for transfer admission information, click here.