McIntosh College

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McIntosh College

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McIntosh College, founded in 1896, was an educational institution located in Dover, New Hampshire. It granted Associate's degrees in a variety of vocational areas, including business management, criminal justice, graphic design and massage therapy. The college closed in 2009.


McIntosh College was founded by A.D. Bliss in 1896 under the name of Dover Business College. David McIntosh, CPA, purchased the school in 1902 and renamed it.

In 1967, McIntosh was authorized by the State of New Hampshire with the approval of the Post-Secondary Education Commission to offer graduates the Associate's degree in Business Science. In 1988 the College became accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges.

Starting in 1999, it was operated by the Career Education Corporation, a for-profit post-secondary education provider.


Career Education Corporation announced on November 15, 2006, that it was going to sell several colleges that it owned, including McIntosh College. On February 15, 2008, CEC announced a plan to let current students complete programs.


The McIntosh campus comprised several buildings spread out over in a residential area of Dover, New Hampshire. Most programs, including the library and administrative offices, were housed in...
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