1066 Front St, Manchester, NH 03102
Manchester Community College - New Hampshire is a two-year community college and trade school located on an incredible campus in Manchester, NH. It has a nonselective admissions process of 100%. It has a very small student body with full-time enrollment of 808 undergrads. Manchester CC - New Hampshire's most commonly elected major is an Associate's in Nursing, which represents 10% of the student body. Other frequent options include Liberal Arts and Humanities, which accounts for 8% of students, and Business (7%). It has acclaimed building and construction, design, medical assistant technology and architecture programs, all ranking second in New Hampshire. Additionally, Manchester CC - New Hampshire placed 1st in NH for best colleges with high admittance rates. For those with residences in New Hampshire, tuition goes for $7,896 per year; non-New Hampshire applicants, however, need to dish out $15,504 per year. Before you decide not to apply because of the cost, be aware that around 7 out of 10 Manchester CC - New Hampshire undergrads acquire monetary support. 41% of Manchester Community College - New Hampshire students conclude their college education with a degree, prepared to begin their vocational journey. On average, graduates make a yearly salary of $32,200 two years after graduating. After an additional four years of work experience, their average earnings increases 14.3% to $36,800; however, that is still 8.2% below the national median income. You may want to find that it does not offer early decision. What's more, undergraduates have the option to take a semester abroad. With respect to your personal finances, be aware that the average amount of aid awarded through federal grants is $4,379 and for households with a yearly income of $30k to $48k, the average cost of tuition is $18,055 each year. Its academics rating on School Authority is 8 and overall, Manchester CC - New Hampshire received an 8.24. With regard to the student experience, Manchester CC - New Hampshire offers an array of clubs and activities. To wind things up, 11% of Manchester CC - New Hampshire's graduates are unemployed two years after receiving their diplomas and 12% of graduates are unemployed six years after graduation.
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Liberal Arts and Humanities
HVAC and Refrigeration Engineering Technician