Military Interstate Children's Compact Commission

Through the Interstate Compact, MIC3 addresses key educational transition issues encountered by children of military families.

Military Interstate Children's Compact Commission (MIC3)

Annual Meeting Notice:

The New Hampshire MIC3 (Military Interstate  Children’s Compact Commission) State Council will meet on Tuesday, May 23,2023 at 9:00 a.m. to hold their annual meeting and conduct the business of the council in support of children whose parents/guardians serve in the military on active duty as well as those serving in the National Guard and Reserves. The meeting will be conducted via Zoom to allow members of the Council to participate.

Students Covered Under the Compact

Children of the following:

  • Active duty members of the uniformed services,  including members of the National Guard and  Reserve on active duty orders (Title 10)
  • Members or veterans who are medically discharged or retired for one year
  • Members who die on active duty, for a period  of one year after death
  • Uniformed members of the Commissioned Corps of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), and United States Public Health Services (USPHS)

Educational Issues Covered by MIC3:

  • Enrollment

    • Educational Records
    • Immunizations
    • Kindergarten & First Grade Entrance Age
  • Placement & Attendance
    • Course & Educational Program Placement
    • Special Education Services
    • Placement Flexibility
    • Absence Related to Deployment Activities
  • Eligibility
    • Eligibility for Student Enrollment
    • Eligibility for Extracurricular Participation
  • Graduation
    • Waiving courses required for graduation if similar course work has been completed
    • Flexibility in accepting state exit or end-of- course exams, national achievement tests, or alternative testing in lieu of testing requirements for graduation in the receiving state
    • Allowing a student to receive a diploma from the sending school instead of the  receiving school


Kathleen A. Murphy, Commissioner
Primary Point of Contact or 603-717-0121