The State of New Hampshire is committed to ensuring that 65 percent of our residents attain a credential of economic value by the year 2025. New Hampshire recognizes that college completion of high quality academic programs is the economic engine we need to sustain a vibrant state workforce for decades to come. Our state systems – K-12, Community College, and University – partner to achieve this aim, coalescing particularly on CCA Game Changer strategies. These include commitment to ensuring students have clear semester-by-semester pathways for reaching academic and career goals, high expectations for number of courses to take in a semester so students can complete on-time, providing structured schedules and sensible meta majors to help guide purpose-first-driven student decision-making and enrollment, and paying particular attention that students take the appropriate math for their respective majors and if requiring developmental education that they do so under a co-requisite-based model, if at all possible.
The latest from New Hampshire
Preparing the College to Serve Today's Students
Getting Ready to Serve Today's Students
What Does This Mean for Our Status?: Accreditation as a Catalyst & Lever for College Completion
Recording of discussion between accreditation agencies and CCA.
Amplifying Student Voices
Information and recording of the webinar between students and higher education leaders.
Instructional Delivery and Academic Calendar
Resources and recording of June 18, 2020, webinar on adjusting academic calendar and instruction modes due to COVID-19.