News and Announcements

Read the latest news, updates, and insights from Granite State College.

RN to BSN Pathway Strengthened for NH Community College Graduates

September 21, 2018 Concord, NH – Granite State College is thrilled to renew its agreement with the Community College System of New Hampshire (CCSNH) to help nursing graduates from New Hampshire’s community colleges earn a high-quality and affordable bachelor’s degree. This partnership builds a credit-efficient bridge between the nursing programs at each CCSNH institution and Granite State’s RN to BSN … Read More

Granite State College Again Ranked #1 in New Hampshire as Best College for Adult Learners

August 27, 2018 For the third year in a row, Washington Monthly has highlighted Granite State College on its list of the Best Four-Year Colleges for Adult Learners. Nearly half of all college students in the U.S. are aged 25 or older, according to Washington Monthly, yet most ranking systems are geared towards institutions that serve traditional-aged 18 to 22-year-old … Read More

Granite State College Announces University System Student Board Representatives

Concord, NH – Granite State College is excited to announce two new representatives for the University System Student Board (USSB) for the 2018-2019 academic year. Mackenzie Murphy ‘19 will represent the College’s undergraduate students and Melissa Silvey ‘19 will serve the graduate student population. As USSB members, Murphy and Silvey will work alongside the University System of New Hampshire (USNH) … Read More

Announcing Our Winter and Spring 2018 Dean’s List

Granite State College congratulates students who earned recognition on the Dean’s List for the Winter and Spring 2018 academic term. This achievement is reached when degree seeking students meet the following criteria: Complete a minimum of 12 credits toward the degree for the terms of consideration (summer/fall or winter/spring), with no grade below a C and no incomplete courses Have … Read More

Granite State College Appoints New Director for the Master of Science in Project Management Degree Program

Concord, NH – Granite State College is pleased to welcome Karen RJ White, PMP, PMI Fellow, who will serve as the new Program Director for the Master of Science in Project Management. With more than twenty years’ experience that spans the information technology, health care, and insurance industries, as well as U.S. government agencies and many more, White offers specific … Read More

Granite State College Celebrates the Class of 2018 and Awards Leaders Across New Hampshire and Beyond

Concord, NH – On Sunday, June 10, 2018, Granite State College will celebrate the graduation of more than 500 students from its associate, bachelor’s, and master’s degree programs at the AllWell North Complex in Plymouth, New Hampshire, with a live stream broadcast available at On behalf of the students, Tami Provost of Rochester, NH, will deliver remarks. “There are … Read More

Nominations for University System Student Board Student Representatives Now Being Accepted

Granite State College and the University System of New Hampshire are looking for two outstanding students to represent the College on the statewide University System Student Board (USSB) for the 2018-2019 academic year. Offered annually, this unique opportunity links our students directly to University System of New Hampshire (USNH) trustees, ensuring that student voices are represented and considered during decision-making. … Read More

Introducing the Accelerated Bachelor’s Completion Option: Helping NH Community College Graduates Earn a Bachelor’s Degree Faster

This fall, Granite State College will offer community college graduates in New Hampshire the opportunity to earn a bachelor’s degree in as little as 18 months through a new Accelerated Bachelor’s Completion program. Students can choose either the B.S. in Business Management or B.S. in Psychology option and courses will be offered 100% online. As a participant in the accelerated … Read More

Granite State College’s New Graduate Programs Address New England’s Health Care Needs

With roughly half of its employees nearing retirement age, the health care industry in New Hampshire is positioned for a generational turnover of workers, which will create a significant shortage of talent across the field. Two new graduate programs at Granite State College will help address this gap by preparing emerging leaders in the health care workforce for top positions … Read More

Granite State College Award Winners Give Back to the Community

Two members of the Granite State College community have been recognized by Campus Compact for New Hampshire (CCNH) for their efforts to help others throughout the region. Christine Williams, assistant vice president of enrollment operations, and Derek Reiss, who is completing his bachelor of science degree in Communication Studies, were honored at the award ceremony on Tuesday, April 10 at … Read More