Community College System of New Hampshire
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|Motto||Where Successful People Get Their Start|
|Students||Over 25,000 annually (combined)|
The Community College System of New Hampshire (previously New Hampshire Community Technical Colleges (NHCTC) and prior to that New Hampshire Vocational Technical Colleges (NHVTC)) is an organization of seven public community colleges located throughout New Hampshire. 95% of enrolled students are New Hampshire residents.
The colleges offer over 80 associate degree programs. They also have Project Lead the Way programs where they partner with New Hampshire high schools to allow students to enroll in courses to receive college credits. On January 30, 2008 the Governor and Executive Council unanimously approved changing the names of six member schools. The changes were completed by July 1, 2008.
The colleges are located in the following New Hampshire cities:
|Great Bay Community College||Portsmouth (at Portsmouth International Airport at Pease)|
|Lakes Region Community College||Laconia|
|Manchester Community College||Manchester|
|Nashua Community College||Nashua|
|NHTI, Concord's Community College||Concord|
|River Valley Community College||Claremont with academic centers in Keene and Lebanon|
|White Mountains Community College||Berlin with academic centers in Littleton and North Conway|
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