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Governor Chris Sununu, the University & Community College Systems of NH, and FIRST ® New Hampshire are proud to present The Governor's Cup!
What is The Governor's Cup?

This unique one-day opportunity will provide 2019-2020 FIRST Robotics Competition (FRC) teams an off-season competition with an extremely exciting potential reward for the graduating class of 2020 FIRST students.

In keeping with his mission to build New Hampshire's workforce for "not just tomorrow but for five, ten, twenty years", Governor Chris Sununu has worked with the University & Community College Systems of NH to offer FREE TUITION to high school seniors on the winning alliance at The Governor's Cup. 

Come show your NH pride!

About the Competition
  Date: Saturday, September 28, 2019
  Location: Plymouth State University, ALLWell North Center
  Game Challenge: Destination Deep Space
  Cost: No cost to participate
  Team Eligibility: The Governor's Cup is only open to NH FRC teams

Note: Any modifications to the game will be announced by September 1st and will be included in the information packet emailed to the registered team.

About the Scholarships
There are two types of scholarships at this event:
  New Hampshire sponsored free tuition for one semester to eligible seniors on the winning alliance.
  A number of corporate sponsored $2,000 scholarships to eligible seniors nominated by their mentors, details will be emailed to registered teams.
The scholarships are valid at the following NH State Universities and Colleges:
  Granite State College
  NHTI Concord's Community
  Great Bay Community College   Plymouth State University
  Keene State College   River Valley Community College
  Lakes Region Community College   University of New Hampshire at Manchester
  Manchester Community College   University of New Hampshire Main Campus
  Nashua Community College
  White Mountains Community College
Eligibility Requirements
  To be eligible the student must have participated for the full 2018-2019 Competition season and be participating in the 2019-2020 FIRST Robotics Competition season.
  Student must go through the regular admission process and be accepted by the State College or University.
  The free semester must be used within one year from the date of the competition.
  Seniors do not need to be present at the event to receive a scholarship, although it is preferred.

Registration is now open!

Team registration must include list of seniors who are eligible for the scholarships (see above for eligibility requirements).

The list of seniors can be updated following registration by emailing updates to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..