Nashua Community College partners with four-year colleges and universities to offer transfer opportunities to students looking to earn their bachelor’s degree after NCC. Our graduates have successfully transferred to more than 500 four-year colleges and universities!
On this page, you can learn more about how to transfer credits between NH institutions, and which NCC programs seamlessly transfer to four-year institutions both in and outside NH.
Questions to Ask Transfer Counselors (PDF)
To Transfer Between NH Institutions
NH Transfer helps New Hampshire students map the most seamless & cost effective pathway to degree completion. At nhtransfer.org, students and parents can find information on transfer programs as well as scholarship opportunities, advisor contacts, the NH Transfer Credit Database, and more!
Transferring from a CCSNH institution? Apply via the NH Transfer Form – it’s free!
New for New Hampshire Residents
The Granite Guarantee is a financial aid program that can cover the cost of tuition for qualified New Hampshire students for up to four years. The program now includes New Hampshire transfer students who receive federal Pell Grants, meaning these students may pay no tuition to attend UNH, Keene State, or Plymouth State University after transferring from Nashua Community College.
NCC programs transfer to the following four-year programs:
Meet with an Academic Advisor to discuss your pathways to transfer to these institutions.
Franklin University: Columbus, OH
Accepts all NCC associate degree programs
Granite State College: Concord, NH
Accepts all NCC associate degree programs
Keene StateNew England College
NCC program(s) that transfer include: Business Administration (Management and Marketing concentrations), Early Childhood Education, Mathematics, Psychology, Mechanical Design Technology, Software Development, and Web Application Development.
New England College: Henniker, NH
Accepts all NCC associate degree programs.
Plymouth State University: Plymouth, NH
NCC program(s) that transfer include: Business Administration (all concentrations), Early Childhood Education, Educator Preparation, History and Political Science, Mathematics, Psychology, and Software Development.
Rivier University: Nashua, NH
NCC program(s) that transfer include: Business Administration (Management and Marketing concentrations) Cybersecurity Networking, Early Childhood Education, Educator Preparation, Human Services, Biological Science, English, History & Political Science, Psychology, and Nursing.
Southern New Hampshire University: Manchester, NH
NCC program(s) that transfer include: Automotive Technology, Business Administration (all concentrations) Collision Repair Technology, Criminal Justice, Electronic Engineering Technology, Hospitality and Restaurant Management, Mechanical Design Technology, and Precision Manufacturing.
Springfield College: Springfield, MA
NCC program(s) that transfer include: Human Services.
University of New Hampshire
NCC program(s) that transfer include:
- Liberal Arts
University of New Hampshire at Manchester: Manchester, NH
NCC program(s) that transfer include: Business Administration (all concentrations), Computer Networking, Electronic Engineering Technology, Communications, Criminal Justice, History and Political Science, Mathematics, Psychology, Software Development, Mechanical Design Technology, Foundations in Data Analytics and Web Application Development.
Click here for a list of the Transfer Pathways available at NCC (PDF)
NH Dual Admission Program
The New Hampshire Dual Admission Program: A seamless pathway from NCC to the University System of New Hampshire.
2+1 Associate to Bachelor of Science
Dorset College offers NCC graduates advanced entry to its Business and Computing bachelor programs, provided that the applicant has graduated from NCC no more than three years prior. Where this condition is not met, admission can be considered on a case-by-case basis. NCC is the only U.S. community college with a transfer agreement to Dorset College. Learn More.
What is Academic Advising?
Academic Advising is a partnership between a student and academic adviser. The intent of this partnership is to assist the student in developing and reaching meaningful educational goals based on personal interests, values and abilities.
What should I know about my first semester?
As with other changes you make in your life, attending college will require some adjustment and transition. If you are working you now have to juggle a job, classes, homework, family and life in general. Together with your academic adviser, you can explore some strategies for managing your new commitments along with your existing responsibilities.
How do I find out who my Academic Advisor is?
Sign in to Student Information Systems and select the Student tab, click on Student Records link and select MY ADVISER. You can contact the Advising Center if you have any questions.
Job Search Services
Nashua Community College uses College Central Network as its official resume and job posting service. NCC prepares students to enter the workforce and continue their education by transferring to a four-year school. Employers seeking NCC graduates and students post jobs directly on the CollegeCentral job board and applicants can choose those that are the best fit. Students and alumni can create an account profile to:
- Easily search and apply to local and national Full-time, Part-time, Internship/Co-op job opportunities
- Create and upload your resume and career portfolio to make available to employers
- Access event announcements, career advise documents, Podcasts, videos and articles
This is a free service, connecting employers and candidates, businesses and schools. It includes alerts so students know when new opportunities are available. Employers have complete control over the positions they post, ensuring it is efficient to offer employment opportunities, update them and remove them when they are filled.