The Sierra Club has ranked UNH the second "coolest" school in the U.S., recognizing UNH’s national leadership in sustainability and its commitment to protecting the environment, addressing climate issues and encouraging environmental responsibility.
“I’ve had a lot of really meaningful experiences, like doing research, and really taking charge of my own education. I’ve had the opportunity to travel a lot, and I think traveling really opens my eyes to this much bigger world and the bigger issues we need to tackle.”
- Crystal Napoli, ’18
Majors: History & Justice Studies
“I applied to the UNH Washington Center internship program and ended up working for the U.S. Marshals Service. I knew I would make really great connections if I decided to go into federal law enforcement and what better place to be than Washington D.C.? It was the best thing I have done through UNH to date.”
“I never thought I would receive an internship offer from any accounting firm, but I received offers from three of the big four firms. I never thought I would be a dean's ambassador, but I was nominated and selected to be one of only six male dean’s ambassadors. At this point, when I set a goal for myself, I know that I will achieve it. UNH and Paul College helped me reach my full potential.”
- Eddie Alhamdan, ’17
Majors: Psychology & Justice Studies
"During my time at UNH, I’ve become more determined and better informed. The opportunity to study challenging issues around climate change, health care systems and global justice, has improved my ability to think critically, inspiring me to create positive change."