University of New Hampshire

105 Main St, Durham, United States


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About University of New Hampshire

The University of New Hampshire is a nationally recognized public research institution. Founded in 1866 UNH offers over 200 degree programs at the main Durham, Manchester, and Concord campuses. Located within an hour of Boston, Portland, Maine, and the scenic White Mountains of New Hampshire. UNH offers the culture of city life and easy access to natural surroundings.


One of the things that makes UNH stand out is its Granite Guarantee. This is a program for highly qualified students form the state of New Hampshire to get four years of college completely free. They offer a full tuition waver as part of this program, something which is almost unique in the nation. UNH also touts a highly rated MBA program as one of their offerings.


Part of the appeal of UNH is that it has the feel of a small liberal arts college while offering all of the benefits of a full university system. That it is a research university means that it offers some of the most forward thinking programs available at any publish university. While it offers highly rated academics for students, it also offers the fun and escape of a small college in the midst of mountains and scenic nature.

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