College Profile: White Mountains Community College
White Mountains Community College, located in the White Moutains region of NH, is northernmost of all of the state's community colleges. The colleges offers 20 degree programs and 25 certificate programs. The main campus is located in Berlin, with academic centers in Conway, Littleton and Woodsville. WMCC provides high quality academic, technical and professional higher education services preparing students to be educationally and professionaly positioned to meet personal goals and the needs of business, industry and the community. WMCC is accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges Commission on the Institutions of Higher Education.
Admission to White Mountains Community College is open to anyone whose academic record and personal qualifications suggest that he or she may pursue profitably one of its programs of study.
Do you want to attend school in an area known for the beauty of its landscape and the breadth of its outdoor recreational opportunities? The main campus is situated on the western bank of the Androscoggin River and the southern skyline of the campus is dominated by two of New England's five highest mountains. It is not surprising that we appreciate how fortunate we are to live, play, work, and study here.
White Mountains Community College offers twenty degrees, plus professional certificates and certificates. In addition to these programs, there exist many opportunities to start your education here and continue your education with other institutions of higher education.