Congratulations and Welcome to Granite State College!
Being accepted to college is an important milestone. As a student, you’ll likely balance a job, life at home, and other commitments that are important to you, which makes your decision to finish your degree an even more bold, brave, and inspiring choice. We applaud you and your dedication to building a bright future—this is the essence of our mission and we can’t wait to support you along the way!
To help you get started, below you’ll find a list of to-do items to complete before you take your first courses.
Create Your Accounts
Students need to set up their GSC Account which will give you access to the following systems:
- WebROCK: Used for registering for classes, financial aid, paying tuition, and more
- Moodle: Used for online courses, online tutoring, and more
- Granite.edu Email: Serves as your email for receiving official communications from the College
- Financial Aid Form Submission: Used to securely submit your financial aid documentation
Make arrangements for your official transcripts to be sent to Admissions at Granite State College.
Mail to: Admissions, Granite State College, 25 Hall Street, Concord, NH 03301
Request official transcripts from your prior institutions be submitted to: email@example.com
Army, Navy, Marines, and Coast Guard – Request transcripts using the Joint Service Transcript (JST) system.
Air Force – Request transcripts from the Community College of the Air Force through the Air Force Virtual Education Center.Request Your Military Transcripts
Transcripts from institutions outside of the United States must be evaluated by the National Association of Credential Evaluation Services (NACES).
If you earned credit through college level testing, arrange to have your score report sent directly to admissions. Examples include CLEP, DSST, AP Exams, and Excelsior examinations.
Mail to: Admissions, Granite State College, 25 Hall Street, Concord, NH 03301.
Email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Complete our five steps to applying for financial aid.
Participate in an upcoming orientation! Our new student orientation is available on-demand for you to access anytime. You can also register for a selection of live webinars and other sessions specific to master’s degree and post-baccalaureate students.
Teacher candidates have several additional steps to reach full acceptance, such as the Praxis Core exam and meeting field-based requirements. Use the School of Education checklist to help you organize your requirements and documentation.
Once you’ve set up your accounts, you can register for courses online. Touch base with your advisor to help you select the right courses each term.
What I’ve learned is that you can get pretty far without a degree, but if you want to take that extra step and get more opportunities, or even just more knowledge about what you currently do, you need a bachelor’s degree.Jenn Schaffner|Class of 2018
I’ve worked in IT since getting my undergraduate degree. At my place of employment, there was a gradual shift to project work and the M.S. in Project Management gave me a way to expand my knowledge in the field.Andrew Lathrop|Class of 2015