Participating Institutions

University System of New Hampshire

About Granite State College

Top-Ranked Online Degree Programs Built for Working Adult Students

Did you know that Granite State College is specifically focused on adult students? We’re proud to be a regionally accredited college offering nationally ranked online programs as well as a selection of face-to-face courses.

Our dedicated faculty are ready to help you achieve your academic and personal goals. We understand that you may have a family to care for, community obligations, or a fully packed work schedule. We want to partner with you to balance these important roles and help you be successful as you earn your college degree.

If you’ve already earned an associate degree, you’ll be positioned to start your bachelor’s degree with your general education requirements waived.

  • Select a bachelor’s degree to find specific information about the Transfer Pathway that corresponds to that program.
  • If you’re a graduate from a New Hampshire Community College, visit our CCSNH Partnership page to learn more about the additional convenience and tuition cost savings that we can offer to you.
  • Learn about our Accelerated Bachelor’s Program.

How to transfer: If you are coming from a New Hampshire Community College, have an associate degree from another college or university, or have some college credits and you’re not sure how they could apply toward a bachelor’s degree program, apply for free directly at Your dedicated advisor will reach out soon after.  

Curious to learn how your credits will transfer into Granite State College? Use Granite State’s Transfer Evaluation System (TES)® to search for the courses you’ve taken at other institutions and see what may transfer. TES also contains professional licensure, certifications, and workplace training that are equivalent to college credit.

View the Granite State College Transfer Evaluation System (TES)®

School Transfer Contact Information

Main Line: (855) GSC-4ALL 
Main Email:

GSC Transfer information 

How to transfer: If you are coming from a New Hampshire community college you can use the NH Transfer App

Transfer students submit the same credentials as entering first-year or high school applicants via the Common Application. In addition, they must provide official transcripts of all previous college study and a Transfer Applicant Confidential Recommendation Form. Visit  to get started!

Transfer Credit Evaluation: Use Keene State College’s Database

School Transfer Contact Information

Bert Poirier
Transfer Coordinator 
Phone: (603) 358-2271 

Main Line: 1-800-572-1909 
Main Email: 

About Keene State College

At Keene State College, we like to give special attention to those who are thinking about starting or completing a degree. We know your experience and your goals may be different than an 18-year-olds, so we offer one-to-one advising and an expanded series of resources to ensure that your educational experience with us takes you wherever you want to go.

KSC Transfer information 

How to transfer: If you are coming from a New Hampshire community college you can use the NH Transfer App

There are two ways to apply to Plymouth State University. You can apply via Plymouth State University’s custom Panther Application, or you can apply via the Common Application. Visit PSU Transfer Students to get started!

Transfer Credit Evaluation: Use Plymouth State University’s Database

School Transfer Contact Information

Michael Wilus
Assistant Director of Admissions 
Phone: (603) 605-8733 

Main Line: (603) 535-2237
Main Email: 

About Plymouth State University

Plymouth State University: The Right Fit

As a transfer student at Plymouth State, you are not alone. Hundreds of students transfer to PSU every year. In fact, 26 percent of new PSU students were transfers in 2012-13. Merit scholarships are available to qualified transfer students. Plymouth State will give you the complete college experience:

  • Choose from 55 majors and 60+ minors.
  • Transfer up to 90 credits from accredited schools.
  • Take part in 100+ student clubs and activities.
  • Feel right at home in this warm, helpful community.

PSU Transfer information 

How to transfer: If you are coming from a New Hampshire community college you can use the free NH Transfer App

Transfer Efforts from CCSNH to UNH-COLA

Transfer Credit Evaluation: Use the University of New Hampshire’s Database

School Transfer Contact Information

Tara Hildt
Senior Assistant Director of Admissions 
Phone: (603) 862-1640 

Donna Evans
Undergraduate Admissions 
Phone: (603) 862-0790 

Main Line: (603) 862-1360 
Main Email: 

About the University of New Hampshire

Come to UNH and you'll discover a vibrant, diverse undergraduate-oriented research university nestled in a classic New England setting. You'll meet world-renowned professors -- and here, even the greatest teach undergraduates. UNH attracts students with a hunger for learning, a love of the outdoors, and a drive to make a difference in their community. Twenty percent of our undergraduate population is made up of transfer could be one of them.

UNH Transfer information 

How to transfer: If you are coming from a New Hampshire community college you can use the NH Transfer App

Apply to UNH Manchester by Visiting

Transfer Credit Evaluation: Use the UNH Manchester NH Community College Public Pathways page, or the  University of New Hampshire’s Database.

School Transfer Contact Information

Allison Goodwin
Senior Assistant Director of Admissions 

Main Line: (603) 641-4150
Main Email:

About the University of New Hampshire-Manchester

UNH Manchester is a college of the University of New Hampshire. We are conveniently located in the business and population center of the state, which provides you with many opportunities to get real world experience in combination with your education. At UNH Manchester, nearly half of our undergraduate students start as transfer students. Transfer students contribute a great deal to college life here as well as gain much from their experience.

Community College System of New Hampshire

About Great Bay Community College

Great Bay Community College is a public community college in Portsmouth, New Hampshire. It is part of the Community College System of New Hampshire and is accredited by the New England Commission of Higher Education. Great Bay Community College deploys a semester-based curriculum calendar system and has 32 majors. The most popular concentrations are General Studies, Nursing, Medical Assistant, Engineering, and Criminal Justice. 

School Transfer Contact Information

Maggie Duffy-Durkin, Academic & Transfer Advisor 
(603) 427-7645 

Erica Brown, Academic & Transfer Advisor 
(603) 427-7624 

Main Line: (603) 427-7600 

Main Email: 

Great Bay Community College

About Lakes Region Community College

Lakes Region Community College is a fully accredited, not-for-profit, community college located in the city of Laconia in the beautiful Lakes Region of New Hampshire. We offer a variety of college degree and certificate programs, training programs and even dual-enrollment opportunities for NH high school students looking to get an early start on their college credits. 

School Transfer Contact Information

Julie Morin 

Joyce Larson, Director of Enrollment Management and Onboarding 

Main Line: (603) 524-3207 

Main Email: 

Lakes Region Community College

About Manchester Community College

Manchester Community College is a fully accredited public non-profit community college with more than 60 associate degree and certificate programs, including art and design, automotive technology, business, construction technologies, education, healthcare and liberal arts. 

School Transfer Contact Information

MCC Academic Advising 

(603) 206-8140 (Call) 

(351) 277-3231 (Text) 

Main Line: (603) 206-8000 

Manchester Community College

About Nashua Community College

Nashua Community College is one of the seven colleges in the Community College System of New Hampshire. Located on the Massachusetts border, NCC serves Greater Nashua and beyond. NCC offers 33 associate degree and 21 certificate programs covering careers in business, industry and transportation, health sciences and services, STEM, data analytics, social services, culinary, and liberal arts. Founded in 1970, NCC is accredited by the New England Commission of Higher Education (NECHE). 

School Transfer Contact Information

Pat Klein, Academic Advisor 
(603) 578-6817 

Jan Sullivan Curtis, Academic Advisor 
(603) 578-8969 

Main Line: (603) 578-8908 

Main Email: 

Nashua Community College

About NHTI

NHTI is a dynamic public institution of higher learning that provides accessible, rigorous education for students, businesses, and the community. We create pathways for lifelong learning, career advancement, and civic engagement, offering 80+ academic programs to 4,600+ students annually. 

School Transfer Contact Information

Melanie Martel, Faculty Advisor 
(603) 271-6484 x4251 

Alison Richardson, Academic Advisor, Transfer Advisor 
(603) 271-6484 x4287 

Main Line: (603) 271-6484 

Main Email: 

NHTI Concord's Community College

About River Valley Community College

River Valley Community College is a small, rural community college which celebrated its 50th year anniversary in 2018. Originally named New Hampshire Vocational Institute at Claremont, it opened in 1968 with 129 students, and became an immediate source of the pride for the Claremont, New Hampshire area. The first graduating class was composed of twenty-six nurses, twelve medical assistants, and nine medical laboratory students, beginning a tradition of excellence in the allied health field that continues today. RVCC is located on the western border of the state of New Hampshire. The College’s service area extends from Keene, NH in the southwestern portion of the state, up to Hanover, NH to the north, spanning approximately eighty-five miles. It also extends westerly into the state of Vermont approximately fifty miles and easterly to the Lakes Region of New Hampshire, another 50 miles. 

School Transfer Contact Information

Elizabeth Guimond, Business/Liberal Arts Advisor and Transfer Specialist 

Nickole Milo, Healthcare Applications and General Studies Advisor 

Main Line: (603) 542-7744 

Main Email: 

River Valley Community College

About White Mountains Community College

White Mountains Community College (WMCC) is located in Berlin, New Hampshire and is one of seven colleges in the Community College System of New Hampshire. WMCC offers Associate Degree and Certificate programs, plus training options, preparing students for 21st century job opportunities as well as transfer pathways to four year colleges and universities. WMCC is fully accredited by the New England Commission of Higher Education (NECHE). Our courses are the most affordable in New Hampshire and our Academic Centers in Littleton and  North Conway make us accessible to all students in the North Country Region. Courses are available day, evening and online. WMCC courses transfer to four-year colleges and universities in New Hampshire and across the country. 

School Transfer Contact Information

Amanda Gaeb 
(603) 342-3006 

Main Line: (603) 752-1113 

Main Email: 

White Mountains Community College