Many NH students benefit from the Statewide Student Aid Program from the NH Charitable Foundation. The deadline is 4/15/14Typically, one award is made for every four applications received, with each award ranging from $500 to $3,500. The average award is $1,800. Apply today at



Grades 9-12: Check out the Promo of the Month

From all of the correct entries, two (2) winners will be randomly selected. Entries from students in Grades 9 - 11 will have the chance to win an iPad. Entries from students in Grade 12 will have the chance to win a $500 I Am College Bound college incentive award . Good luck, College Bound'rs!

The nonprofit NH Jump$tart Coalition has opened its Annual Get 10 financial literacy virtual scavenger hunt for New Hampshire teens. Test your financial literacy skills and get the opportunity to win fun prizes. Virtual Quest ends on April 18.

The Peters of Nashua Scholarship is open to all graduating high school seniors living in New Hampshire and Massachusetts. To enter, send a 500-word, typed essay about the person in your life that influenced you most and how they impacted you. Peters of Nashua will select three winning entries: 1st Prize $1500 Scholarship - 2nd Prize $1000 Scholarship - 3rd Prize $500 Scholarship. For more information, click here


Hey, Juniors: Last year over 9,000 New England residents saved an estimated $53 million in tuition because of the Regional Student Program from the New England Board of Higher Education. A full-time RSP student received an average tuition break of $6,900. Below is an example of just a few campuses and the savings available. Click here to view the current tuition rates and savings at the participating colleges and universities.

Click here to view our webinars and workshops on a range of topics. From starting the college admissions process to early college savings and understanding financial aid award letters, the Center for College Planning is here for you. Questions? Email us at or call toll-free at 888.7.GRADUATE x119.


The NHHEAF Network Organizations' Center for College Planning

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