GREAT BAY SETS COMMUNITY STANDARD

HAMPTON, NH – Seacoast United Sports Club is proud to announce that it has extended its partnership with Great Bay Community College.

Great Bay Community College is a public community college located in Portsmouth & Rochester, New Hampshire. The college is part of the Community College System of New Hampshire and is accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges. Great Bay Community College offers associate degree and certificate programs in the sciences, healthcare, business technology and liberal arts as well as specialized programs including allied health, veterinary technology, motorcycle maintenance and repair, biotechnology and advanced manufacturing.

In the past few months, Great Bay has introduced several new initiatives which allow students to take full advantage of their remote offerings. In addition to that, they are now offering in-state tuition even if you are a resident of Maine or Massachusetts and live within 50 miles of campus as well as a number of scholarships that are available for students starting this August.

Sean Clancy, Associate V.P. Marketing & Business Engagement at Great Bay Community College had this to say about the exciting partnership, “As Seacoast United continues to grow and expand their offerings, they have been able to help us build a wider public awareness while expanding our ability to provide key information on our many programs and initiatives.” Clancy went on to say, “We very much appreciate the collaboration, energy and innovation that we experience when working with Seacoast United. We value our shared mission of serving the needs of the Seacoast by offering relevant, quality programs in a spirit of support and community.”

“We have enjoyed a healthy relationship with Great Bay for a number of years and given the current climate, it is great that we can extend their offerings to our families in both northern Massachusetts and southern Maine.” Said Sales and Marketing Director James Peterson. “They have a fantastic track record when it comes to community work and I feel confident that both of our organizations will come together and make a real difference across the Seacoast.”

For more information on the upcoming Fall, please visit www.greatbay.edu.