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How to Research Colleges, Universities, and New Hampshire-based Career Schools


Finding Colleges and Universities through College Navigator

The College Navigator is an online tool that lets you search and compare colleges, universities, and other postsecondary institutions that distribute Title IV Federal Financial Aid in both New Hampshire and the U.S.
This easy-to-use website helps future or current students, and their parents, research majors and programs of study, costs of attendance, finances, enrollment, and more. The College Navigator is hosted by the National Center for Educational Statistics.

Finding a Career School Located in New Hampshire

In New Hampshire, privately owned postsecondary career schools must be licensed by the NH Department of Education, Higher Education Division – Higher Education Commission, Office of Career School Licensing. Career-oriented programs at privately (or publicly) owned colleges and universities are approved separately.

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