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Great Bay Community College and the University of New Hampshire at Manchester announced the development of two new transfer pathway programs in communication arts, including options in digital media and advertising and public relations.
Each program offers New Hampshire students clearly defined pathways, enabling a seamless transition from a Great Bay associate degree to a bachelor’s degree at UNH Manchester.
Representatives from both institutions gathered on February 4 at Great Bay’s Portsmouth campus for a short ceremony to celebrate the establishment of the new programs.
“These new pathways with UNH provide Great Bay students with an opportunity to transfer into an established, local and affordable four-year institution that will help them achieve their career goals,” said Dr. Annette...
A recent report by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development shows that homelessness has dropped in New Hampshire since 2018. While the data is encouraging, there is still much to be done to better design and execute effective solutions.
Join us at UNH Manchester on Wednesday, March 11, for “Homelessness in NH: What Should You Know and What Can You Do?” — a public forum on housing and homelessness in Manchester and throughout New Hampshire. Led by a panel of expert practitioners from the public and nonprofit sectors, you’ll get a deeper understanding of the challenges we face, the work that’s being done and what you can do to help.
Homelessness in New Hampshire: What Should You Know and What Can You Do?
March 11 | 6 - 8 p.m.
UNH Manchester | Room 201RSVP
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