President's Message


President's Message

Welcome to White Mountains Community College!      

For 50 years, White Mountains Community College has been providing an accredited, high-quality, affordable option in higher education for people in northern NH.  We are fully accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC).  Our main campus is located in Berlin, with an academic center in Littleton, and courses available in Conway. 

As a student-centered comprehensive community college, we offer associate degree, professional certificate and certificate programs that are industry driven, and focused on the regional and global economies.  We want our students to leave with the knowledge and skills they need to be successful as they pursue their careers or higher levels of education.  We have guaranteed transfer agreements with the University System of New Hampshire that ensure all your Liberal Arts credits will transfer to the University of New Hampshire, Plymouth State University, Keene State College and Granite State College.

Many of our programs offer students unique opportunities in high-demand areas.  Baking and Pastry Arts, Welding, and GIS are just a few examples.  Others such as Accounting, Business Administration, and Criminal Justice offer students relevant options in today’s workforce.  Whichever field of study a student decides to pursue at White Mountains Community College, they will find dedicated faculty & staff to meet their personal and academic needs.  The college offers a variety of student support services including financial aid, tutoring, advising, counseling, and job placement.

The White Mountains in the North Country of NH is an amazing place to live, work, play, and study.  Situated at the base of the Presidential Range, our college is surrounded by natural beauty and is a virtual outdoor playground with endless possibilities.  We hope you will join us to pursue your professional and personal goals.  Come to the Mountains!

Matthew Wood

                                  On the western side of the Presidential Range.