Admissions & Financial Aid


Finding a college that's the perfect fit for you can be a tough job. Our admissions team will help you map out a plan to achieve your educational and professional goals

  1. How to apply for Advanced Composites Manufacturing, Computer Numeric Control and Nondestructive Testing
    1. Attend a required information session.  View Calendar
    2. Download an application or apply online
    3. Provide official High School transcript/ GED scores
    4. Schedule an appointment to take Accuplacer
    5. After Accuplacer schedule an appointment  to see our Academic Advisor, Jenna Anand
    6. Complete your free application for Financial Aid
    7. Set-up payment arrangement.


Financial Aid

The Financial Aid Office at Great Bay Community College is on the first floor of the Portsmouth campus in The College Services One Stop suite.

  1. How to Apply for aid
  2. Scholarships
    1. Rochester Campus Scholarship

      Who is eligible? Students in the Advanced Composites, Nondestructive Testing, or Computer Numeric Control Programs
      Sponsor: Great Bay Community College
      Amounts: Up to the cost of tuition and fees
      Application Deadline: rolling - 2 weeks before term start
      Application: Contact Rochester Campus for application and also complete FAFSA -

      These scholarships were established in 2013 with generous funding from Albany International Corporation and Safran Aerospace Composites, and provide assistance to Great Bay students in the Advanced Composites Manufacturing(ACM)Program at the Rochester Campus.

    2. Perkins nontraditional Books Funds

      Who is eligible? Students enrolled in a program that is considered nontraditional for their gender
      Sponsor: US Department of Education/Carl D. Perkins (CTEA)
      Deadline: Start of each semester
      Application: FAFSA - Email for more information

    3. Perkins Nontraditional/Gender Equity Scholarships 

      Who is eligible? Students enrolled in a program that is considered nontraditional for their gender
      Sponsor: US Department of Education/Carl D. Perkins (CTEA)
      Amounts: $200 - $500
      Application Deadline: Fall: September 30 Spring: January 31
      Application: FAFSA - and Nontraditional Scholarship Application. Email for additional information

      This grant is awarded to men and women who are matriculated in degree programs determined to be nontraditional for their gender. The purpose of this grant is to increase the percentage of students enrolled and retained in these programs that prepare them for high-skill and high-wage, or high demand occupations underrepresented for their gender. Please see the specific listing of eligible programs listed on the scholarship application.

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