Among the best junior colleges in New Hampshire, New Hampshire Technical Institute, located in Concord, and Mount Washington College are two of the best when it comes to post-graduation salary.
While roughly 70 percent of NHTI alumni say their jobs are meaningful, a smaller number cite high job meaning from Mount Washington. Also NHTI has a faculty-to-student ratio of 1:12 (with an undergrad enrollment of 4,288), while Mount Washington's ratio is 1:24 (with an undergrad enrollment of 2,284). Recently, Mount Washington also launched the online-only degree in Business Administration (their online course offerings now include Information Technology). Mount Washington closed four campuses: Salem and Nashua in 2014, Portsmouth and Concord in 2013.
Mount Washington College also offers the "Mount Washington Commitment," which allows new/prospective students to attend the college in their major area of study for a trial period without "tuition obligation." Choosing the option of first pursuing your associates degree not only opens you up to the possibility of better job prospects, but it also gives the opportunity to lay the groundwork for a less expensive road toward pursuing your bachelor or graduate degree.