A statewide charity organization that offers scholarship programs to adult learners returning to school.
NHPEC is a coordinating state agency that regulates the activity of colleges, universities and career schools in all sectors (profit and nonprofit; independent and public) to protect students and promotes access administering state funds through financial aid programs. The agency also approves programs for eligible veterans utilizing their GI Bill benefits; provides copies of closed school transcripts to former students; and conducts research and studies related to postsecondary education.
The New Hampshire College & University Council (NHCUC) is a nonprofit consortium of public and private institutions of higher education in the state of New Hampshire. Through collaborative efforts between the member colleges and universities, the consortium enhances educational opportunities for nearly 70,000 students currently attending its member institutions.
A federally funded state agency that provides free career counseling and resources to New Hampshire residents.
An extensive online guide to financial aid covering everything from student loans and savings to scholarships.
A great resource covering all areas of adult learning from admissions, online classes and degrees, to career planning and financial aid.
The purpose of NHASFAA is to institute, advance, and promote activities relating to the quality and improvement of student financial assistance programs affecting New Hampshire higher educational institutions and their students.