Since 1972, we have helped make a difference in the lives of more than 55,000 adult students in New Hampshire and beyond. Through our valued relationships in the communities in which we serve – Concord, Conway, Manchester, Claremont, Rochester, and more – we have extended our reach to our valued business and community partners.
During this milestone year, we will celebrate the people and partners who have contributed towards our institution.
Share your stories online and attend local events as we celebrate 45 years of Granite State College.
Attend an Event!
We’re preparing an exciting line-up of programming at locations across New Hampshire, built to honor our 45 years. Here are the types of gatherings you can look forward to:
- Roundtable Discussions with President Mark Rubinstein
- Online Webinars
- Social Outings and Meetups
- 45th Anniversary Celebration Gala
Sign up for email updates to receive information on our events throughout the year!
Share Your Story
We would love to learn what our alumni and friends have been up to and how Granite State helped support your goals. We will share your updates throughout our year-long celebration!
Pay it Forward
We have a 45 year track record of making a college education accessible and affordable for all. Consider a $45 gift to the Alumni Scholarship Fund. We are proud that 100% of the donations are awarded to deserving students.
The College is founded.
Officially recognized as an institution within the University System of New Hampshire (SLL, RSA 187).
Our first online courses were offered.
Teacher Certifications are expanded with the formation of the Office of Education Programs.
Graduate Studies is established.
The Leadership degree has allowed me to gain a greater understanding of my own strengths and weaknesses as a leader and person. It’s helped me prepare for advancement as a Fire Chief supporting my community.Jim Pineo|Class of 2015
My hopes and dreams were put to good use right after graduation: I landed a new job as a practice manager for a local primary care health care facility. I am very excited for this new opportunity and it would not have been possible without my new degree!Beth Morrill|Class of 2016
I started working towards the completion of my degree after spending 13 years in retail management. Now that I have my bachelor’s, I am better equipped to find a job that not only suits for my abilities, but also works well with my personal life.Amanda Coan|Class of 2016