Info & Resources
Contact your academic department and college regarding non-need based funding possibilities.
The College of Engineering and Physical Sciences, Peter T. Paul College of Business and Economics and College of Life Sciences and Agriculture use the same application. Available through the deans’ office/advising offices in early spring semester.
College of Liberal Arts and The School of Health and Human Services: work with your faculty advisor, department chairperson, and dean's office to determine what assistance may be available.
Speak with your college advisor, department chairperson, and/or dean's office to find out what assistance may be available.
The UNH Fellowships Office (Hood House) provides information, advising and application support for high-achieving undergraduate and graduate students seeking national and international scholarship and fellowship awards.
The UNH Alumni Association accepts applications for merit-based scholarships from students whose parent, grandparent or great-grandparent attended UNH. Scholarships recognize leadership skills, outstanding academic records and broad extracurricular interests. Scholarships open in February.
Scholarships are based on financial need, evidenced by the student’s Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) submission and EFC score as well student’s employment financial contributions and/or a commitment to community service. GPA requirement is 2.8. Student applicants must have filed a FAFSA form by March 1. Typical awards are about $3,000 per student.
The New Hampshire Charitable Foundation provides grants, interest-free and low-interest loans for New Hampshire residents pursuing undergraduate or graduate study at approved institutions of postsecondary education. Contact them for information and applications at: 37 Pleasant Street, Concord, NH 03301 ~ (603) 225-6641 or (800) 464-6641 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Financial Aid for Students with Disabilities: scholarships and fellowships for students with disabilities.
These need-based scholarships are for residents of Carroll County. Lord Scholarship Applications must be submitted to the Financial Aid Office by March 1.
AmeriCorps members who complete their service are eligible for an education award of $4,725 (based on full-time service)
The NH Higher Education Assistance Foundation (NHHEAF) provides individual guidance throughout the financial aid process, outreach to New Hampshire high schools, businesses and community organizations, career exploration information, and access to more than 2,500 national public and private scholarship sources.
The SmartStudent Guide to Financial Aid offers free comprehensive student financial aid information on the web.
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