Tag Archives: Tuition

In-State Tuition at N.H.’s Public Universities Remains Highest in Nation

New national data on the price of college shows once again New Hampshire’s public universities have the highest sticker prices for in-state students anywhere in the country. For years, New Hampshire’s public colleges and universities have had among the highest listed … Continue reading

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Southern New Hampshire University expands military discounts

MANCHESTER, N.H. (AP) — Members of the National Guard and Reserves can now get the same discount as active duty military at Southern New Hampshire University. The university offers a 30 percent discount for undergraduate degrees and a 25 percent … Continue reading

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Governor Signs Town Tuitioning

This afternoon we celebrated a major school choice win as Governor Sununu signed Senate Bill 8, the town tuitioning bill, into law. SB 8 clarifies statute regarding local school boards’ authority to contract with public and private schools for those grades … Continue reading

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School Choice Legislation: House Votes on ‘Town Tuitioning’

On Thursday, June 1st the New Hampshire House of Representatives will vote on Senate Bill 8 (SB 8), one of this year’s town tuitioning bills. The House Education Committee amended it with amendment #1786 in a 13 to 6 vote with … Continue reading

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Report ranks NH Community College System least affordable in the nation

Struggling students have to work more hours – over 50 a week – to pay for public college education in New Hampshire, according to a report released Thursday that gives more credence to the already widely accepted belief that the … Continue reading

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Sen. Pres. Chuck Morse and UNH Pres. Mark Huddleston Walk Into a High School

If you’re serious about making college more affordable, charge less. SALEM, N.H. — Senate President Chuck Morse and University of New Hampshire President Mark Huddleston joined forces Monday to encourage Salem High students to go to college, but offered few … Continue reading

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