Derek Reiss

Derek Reiss

I can apply what I learn at Granite State College to my everyday work. Whether it’s interacting with brand new recruits, my peers, or higher-ranking NCOs and officers—I’ve absolutely used those tools.

Jenn Schaffner

Jenn Schaffner

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.

Michael Allen

Michael Allen

When I came to Granite State College, I had an associate degree, a lot of training from my career as a police officer, and military training credits. All of this prior learning helped get me even closer to a bachelor’s degree.

Amanda Bailey

Amanda Bailey

When deployed, there were times when I was afraid I’d fallen behind in my online classes. My professors were very understanding and I knew they wanted me to succeed.

Lyndele von Schill

2015 Graduate, Lyndelle Von Schill

Granite State College offered me a way to create an Individualized Study program tailored to my specific interests. Four months following graduation, I was hired as a Director of the Office of Diversity & Inclusion. This was a HUGE career bump for me. More importantly, I’m doing exactly what I envisioned myself doing when I started at Granite State.

Bruno Soares

Alum, Bruno Soares

My dream is to become an immigration lawyer and I used the Individualized Studies major to make the pathway.

Andrew Lathrop

2015 Graduate, andrew lathrop

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.