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Collaboration for Education Excellence

The New Hampshire College & University Council (NHCUC) is a nonprofit consortium of colleges and universities that collaborate to expand education opportunities across the state.

NHCUC members work together to help students & communities thrive.

Our members include public, private, two-year, and four-year colleges and universities. Highly regarded for their outstanding teaching and research, they also serve as vital centers of activity that strengthen communities and drive economic growth.

A vibrant coalition

Member Colleges & Universities

Antioch University
Antioch University
Community College System of New Hampshire
Franklin Pierce University
Granite State College
Hellenic American University
Keene State College
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Antioch University
Plymouth State University
Rivier University
St. Anselm College
Southern New Hampshire University
University of New Hampshire

FEATURED NEWS

Innovations for the Post-Pandemic Era

NHCUC’s 2021 New Hampshire Virtual Summit on Higher Education offered insight and innovative practices for campuses to meet students’ needs in the pandemic and post-pandemic eras.

Our Work

NHCUC programs benefit members, students, & the state.

 

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Our innovative GEAR UP and New Hampshire Scholars initiatives help students prepare for and succeed in college.

Study NH and other programs promote New Hampshire as a higher education destination and help members recruit talented students from in state and across the globe.

Our professional communities connect leaders across campuses to share information, increase efficiency, and meet emerging challenges.

Student Exchange and Tuition Remission open access to courses across institutions and provide valuable benefits for member faculty and staff.

NHCUC’s state and national advocacy affect higher education funding and other key policy issues.

Driving economic growth

Economic Impact Highlights

New Hampshire’s higher education institutions contribute some $8 billion to the state’s economy each year.

$2.8

billion

operating expenditures

$1.5

billion

salaries, wages, & benefits

$1.2

billion

capital investment, spending, & taxes

$463

million

Aid for Students

$170

million

Research & Development

$128

million

direct community service