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Tuition to stay the same at NH community colleges

Tuition will not increase at any of New Hampshire’s seven community colleges this year after trustees voted to freeze tuition for the fourth year in a row. The Community College System of New Hampshire’s Board of Trustees decided to keep tuition at the same rates since 2018 to prioritize affordable education and training.

At New Hampshire’s community colleges, in-state students currently pay $215 per credit hour, which is $6,450 a year for a full-time course load. Out-of-state and international students pay $490 per credit, which is $14,700 a year with full course load. The organization says that its tuition is approximately 24% lower in 2022 than it was in 2011, with inflation.

“CCSNH has worked aggressively to control costs and keep higher education financially within reach, as part of its mission to ensure New Hampshire residents have affordable opportunities to remain in the state for college and careers,” said Katharine Bogle Shields, chair of the CCSNH Board of Trustees.

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