Transfer Programs

As a NH student there are a variety of transfer programs and options available to you. Select one of the programs below to learn more!

Plymouth State Block Transfer

Participating in the CCSNH & PSU Block Transfer Program allows qualified students to complete an Associate Degree in Liberal Arts at any of the CCSNH colleges and move seamlessly to PSU. PSU will honor at minimum 60 credits earned from an Associate Degree in Liberal Arts as fulfilling PSUs General Education requirements, plus applicable electives, with the possible exception of any course required by the major. This program guarantees qualified students entry to PSU via any of the CCSNH colleges. FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT Mike Wilus Assistant Director of Transfer Admissions or call/text (603) 605-8733.

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RN to BSN Programs


The RN to BSN Pathway program is designed for CCSNH Associate of Science, Nursing graduates who wish to complete their Bachelor of Science in Nursing. The NH RN to BSN Pathway program is a partnership between the Community College System of NH (CCSNH) and the University System of NH. 

Public Pathways at UNH Manchester

New Hampshire community college students now have a simpler option to transition their associate's degree into a UNH bachelor’s degree. Our new, four-year Public Pathways Program eliminates the transfer credit headache by clearly outlining the courses you should take in your first two years at community college, and how they will transfer to UNH's campus in Manchester.

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Running Start, e-Start and Dual Enrollment (for high school students!)

The Running Start program allows high school students to take Community College System of NH (CCSNH) courses for high school AND college credit while still in high school. Courses offered through the Running Start program are college courses taught at the high school by CCSNH college credentialed high school faculty as part of the daily class schedule. 

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