New England College proudly welcomes students transferring from other institutions. Our admissions team understands the process and works hard to make the transition smooth so students can get the most from their experience at NEC. Please contact our Transfer Coordinator at 603.428.2223 for further information and assistance.
Transfer agreements are in place with the following colleges.
- Great Bay Community College 2013-14
- Lakes Region Community College 2013-14
- Lebanon College 2013-14
- Manchester CC 2013-14
- Nashua CC 2013-14
- NHTI Concord 2013-14
- River Valley Community College 2013-14
- White Mountains CC 2013-14
Transfer Credit Evaluation Process
We understand the complexity and importance of the transfer process and work to make the transition as simple and seamless as possible. All courses completed at an accredited post-secondary institution with a grade “C-“ or higher is considered transferable to New England College. Exceptions may also be made for students who have completed an Associate Degree, allowing up to 12 credits of grades recorded as a “D” to be transferred.
Students transferring to New England College are free to select any major and can apply to any program. Contact our friendly Transfer Coordinator at 603-428-2223 to begin the process.
Frequently Asked Questions
How many credits can be transferred to New England College? Students may transfer a maximum of 90 credits. Please visit the Transfer Credit Evaluation page for more information.
Where do transfer students live? Students transferring to New England College are granted upper-class privileges for residence hall options that include doubles, suites, or small houses (typically single rooms in the small houses). Incoming students with 60 or more transfer credits may live off campus.
May transfer students play sports? Yes! Eligibility is based on NCAA standards and determined by NEC coaches.
How do transfer students register for classes? New England College’s Pathways Center assists students in selecting classes based on transfer credit evaluation and student goals.
Do transfer students have an academic advisor? Yes! All New England College students are assigned an advisor that is committed to academic success. Advisors are typically a professor from a student’s selected major.
Who do I contact if I have any questions about the transfer process? Please call 800.521.7642 to connect with our friendly Transfer Coordinator.