Find an Early Childhood course to take next semester!

Apply to receive tuition assistance through the Early Childhood Tuition Assistance Grant at Granite State College, funded by the NH Child Development Bureau! The grant is applicable to one course per term. This grant is available to teachers working a minimum of 20 hours per week in a NH licensed center, and directors working a minimum of 30 hours per week in a NH licensed center.



Important Information Regarding ECTA Grant:

Applications will be reviewed as received. Applications fill fast so apply early. Money is awarded at 100% tuition** for your first Early Childhood Course (PSY 508 Child Development), EDU 602, EDU544 or PSY 510 or 50% tuition** for subsequent ECE courses. Students are responsible for all materials needed for the course and a $85 registration fee.

Awarded money will be removed from a students account and they will be billed for the total cost of the course for the following reasons:

  • Students withdraw from the course after the add/drop period
  • Students do not participate in the course after registering
  • Students stop participating in the course after registering
  • Students do not receive a passing grade in the course


Eligible Summer term ecta courses

PSY 508 | Child Development | CRN 40202
PSY 510 | Infant and Toddler Development | CRN 40213
EDU 550 | Foundations of Early Childhood Education | CRN 40208*
EDU 555 | Language and Literacy in ECE | CRN 40219
EDU 556 | Health, Safety, and Nutrition in ECE | CRN 40210
EDU 601 | Observation and Assessment in ECE | CRN 40222*
EDU 602 | Young Children with Exceptionalities | CRN 40233*
EDU 605 | Program Administration in ECE | CRN 40207*
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