News Brief March 2013
As I joined my colleagues recently to testify in support of restored funding for New Hampshire's four-year public universities and colleges, it was heartening to look around the State House hearing room and see the students, parents, and business leaders who took time out of their busy days to testify as well.
As UNH Advocates, they represent nearly 1,500 citizens who have signed up to support our efforts to keep UNH affordable for New Hampshire families. Their personal stories typify the life-changing opportunities that we provide— opportunities that many could not access otherwise.
These advocates inspire us because we know how much UNH means to them, and how much more they can offer to New Hampshire because of the outstanding public higher education our citizens can access right here in the Granite State.