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About the School:

Granite State College (GSU) offers its classes on behalf of the University System of New Hampshire. GSU is an accredited public institution that was founded in 1972. The classes are provided exclusively in online formats. However, face-to-face and hybrid options are also available. The college currently educates more than 3,000 students and has an acceptance rate of 100%.  The academic programs are offered in the following areas of interest: business management & finance, communications & media, education, human services & public safety, health care & nursing, liberal arts, technology. GSU is one of the most affordable colleges in the state. On a per credit rate, resident undergraduates pay $314, and graduates pay $538. For non-resident students, the undergraduate cost is $365, and the graduate cost is $590. To see the list of available courses, visit their degree programs page. 

Accreditation:

Granite State College has accreditation from the New England Commission of Higher Education.

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