Programs

Forum on the Future

The New Hampshire Forum on the Future brings together leaders from higher education, business, and public policy to explore the key question: What are the future educational, social, technological, environmental, cultural and economic realities, challenges, and opportunities facing the State of New Hampshire, and how can we best prepare for our collective future? The Forum will serve as the cornerstone for generating responses to these critical questions

State Scholars

The New Hampshire Scholars Initiative is an effort by area business and school volunteers to encourage and motivate all high school students to complete a defined, rigorous academic course of study that prepares them for successful transition to college or university coursework or vocational and technical training necessary to enter today’s competitive job market.  Students who successfully complete the New Hampshire Scholars curriculum graduate high school better prepared for college level work, are greater candidates for scholarships, and are recognized at both the local and statewide level.

NH GEAR UP Alliance

GEAR UP, which stands for Gaining Early Awareness and Readiness for Undergraduate Programs, is a federal program funded by the U.S. Department of Education whose mission is to significantly increase the number of low-income middle and high school students who are prepared to enter and succeed in post-secondary education.  The mission of GEAR UP is to increase opportunities and pathways to assist underrepresented students in accessing higher education opportunities.

Student Exchange

The Student Exchange program is an opportunity for students in good academic, financial, and social standing to enroll in courses not offered at their home institution. The visiting student pays tuition to the home institution and may pay fees to the host institution.

Tuition Remission

The NHCUC Cooperative Tuition Remission Program is a network of seven private colleges and universities in New Hampshire willing to accept, tuition-free, students from families of full-time faculty and staff of other NHCUC participating institutions.