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The Transition Program is a federally funded program which provides assistance and support to individuals in transition such as single pregnant women, single parents, displaced homemakers, individuals with documented disabilities, and individuals with limited English proficiency who are matriculated students at NHTI. It has been in existence for over ten years (formerly called the Single Parent/Displaced Homemaker Program) and has helped hundreds of women and men to obtain degrees and to launch careers.
Students must be enrolled in a career or technical degree, diploma, professional certificate, or certificate program and only core courses within those programs will be eligible for consideration.
Financial assistance is available to pay for such costs as tuition, books, and other educational expenses. The Program Director helps students to reach their goals. Support groups and workshops provide ongoing assistance to help students with various educational and parenting issues.
Also see: Community Resources
- You must be either a single pregnant woman, a single parent, a displaced homemaker, have a documented disability or be of limited English proficiency;
- You must be a matriculated student in a career or technical degree, diploma, professional certificate, or certificate program;
- You must plan to enroll in 6 credits or more;
- You must complete a Transition Program application by the established deadline.
Applications are available through NHTI Financial Aid, Counseling Office, the Office of Cross Cultural Education and ESOL, and the Disabilities Coordinator, or you may access the Transition Program application here in PDF format. Completed applications may be sent by fax or mail to:
NHTI, Concord's Community College
31 College Drive
Concord, NH 03301-7412
Phone: (603) 271-6484 x4158
Fax: (603) 230-9308
Applications are accepted on a semester by semester basis, year round. Award decisions are made prior to the start of a semester.