New Hampshire is fortunate to have a dynamic and caring community that supports and respects our active duty and veteran military and their families. GSC has developed relationships with several agencies in New Hampshire and surrounding areas that support and promote the success and well-being of our active duty, veterans, reserve, and National Guard.
Easter Seals Military & Veteran Services, in partnership with Veterans Count, responds rapidly, efficiently and effectively to the unmet needs of Service Members, Veterans, and their Families to ensure that they can thrive in their communities.
Harbor Homes designs many of its housing, programs, and services to meet the needs of homeless and low-income veteran households. Known collectively as “Veterans FIRST”, this unique mix of affordable housing, employment, and supportive services are evidence-based and nationally recognized best practices designed to end or prevent homelessness among veterans and their families who live in New Hampshire.
The mission of Northeast Passage is to create an environment where individuals with disabilities can enjoy recreation with the same freedom of choice, quality of life, and independence as their non-disabled peers. All of Northeast Passage’s adaptive sports programs are open to veterans with disabilities. Keep an eye on their calendar for upcoming events and opportunities!
Granite State College recognizes the importance of supporting our military students that are deployed in the service of our country. Students that are called to duty will need to present a copy of their deployment papers and work with their Academic Coach to decide the best option for them to explore. When a student is called to active duty in a term the may select from two options:
- A student can elect to accept an incomplete grade, which will be recorded at the end of the term, provided that more than half of the class meetings have passed and both the student and faculty agree to this option. A student selecting this option will have 90 days after the completion of active duty to complete any missing assignments. Faculty of students electing the incomplete grade option must complete an incomplete grade contract that is an agreement of the terms and specifics about the deadlines and assignments. A student who does not complete the work within the 90 day period will need to repeat the course; in this case, the incomplete grade will be treated as a "F" and the student will not be refunded any tuition or fees.
- A student can elect to withdraw from one or more courses with a grade of “W” if
the official add/drop period for the college has passed. A student electing this option
will have his tuition refunded or credited, whichever is deemed appropriate, without
Get the most up-to-date information on the Post 9/11 GI Bill, Montgomery GI Bill, and other VA education and training benefits here:
Department of Defense
- Military OneSource - provides resources and support at no cost to active duty, Guard, and reserve service members, and their families. Their 24-hour call center is staffed with subject-matter experts familiar with military life and who can provide information on a wide range of topics including child care, deployment, reunion and reintegration after combat, relationship, spouse employment and education, personal finances, and finding services in the local and military communities.
U.S. Department of Education