Facts & Figures

UNH Main Campus - Durham, NH


 

Campus

Founded in 1866
Three award-winning dining halls
60 minutes from Boston, Portland, White Mountains
20 minutes from Atlantic Ocean
Home to nine of 11 UNH colleges & schools

 

academics

200+ degree programs
Associate, bachelor’s and graduate degrees offered
18:1 student to faculty ratio
83% of classes have fewer than 50 students
570+ study abroad programs available
3.5 average enrolling GPA
1180 average enrolling SAT
25 average enrolling ACT
86% first-year retention rate
50+ research centers and institutes

 

Rankings

Highest national sustainability ranking  in U.S. – AASHE

#1 safest campus in U.S. – Alarms.org

#67 best value school in U.S. – U.S. News & World Report

#45 best public university in U.S. – Money Magazine

#7 social work program in U.S. – USA Today

#36 “greenest” college in U.S. – Princeton Review

#38 public business school – Bloomberg Businessweek

#25 hospitality management program in U.S. – Academic Analytics

#84 College doing the most for the American dream – New York Times

#15 best dining in U.S. – USA Today 

#1 best dining in New Hampshire – USA Today

#8 for studying natural resources & conservation – USA Today

#2 veterinary technology program in U.S. – thebestcolleges.org

Top 100 Online MBA program – U.S. News & World Report 

Top 100 Graduate Schools, Part-Time MBA Program – U.S. News & World Report

#81 best undergraduate business school – Bloomberg Businessweek

 

STUDENT LIFE

13,000+ undergraduate students
2,400 graduate students
20 Division 1 athletic teams
31 club sports
250 student-led orgs
30+ student residency halls
15% of students involved in Greek life 
160 annual public art performances & exhibits
44% of students from New Hampshire
96% first-year students live on campus
Students from 50 states and 70 countries
600 student athletes
105 athletic conference championships

 
financial aid

$100+ million in financial aid awarded annually
84% of first-time, full-time students receive financial aid

UNH City Campus - Manchester, NH


Campus

Established in 1985
Located in the heart of the state’s biggest city (110,000 residents)
Campus is in the Pandora Building, a renovated mill in the city’s historic Mill yard
45 minutes from UNH’s main campus in Durham
One hour to Boston
20 minutes to Concord
One of UNH’s 11 colleges & schools 

academics

30+ programs
Associate, bachelor’s and graduate degrees offered
Experience-driven with focus on emerging fields
11:1 student to faculty ratio
120+ faculty/staff
97% of classes have fewer than 30 students
2.8 million print and electronic resources in the library
16 cutting-edge labs and studios 

 
FINANCIAL AID

90% of students receive financial aid 

Student Life

1,000+ students
99% of students from New Hampshire
35 student-run clubs and organizations
500+ student events every year
Primarily commuter campus
Housing/dining plans available in partnership with New Hampshire Institute of Art

 
RANKINGS

One of Five Coolest College Towns in New England – 2015, Campus News
Manchester voted top 10 city for tech-related jobs – Fast Company
Voted one of America’s best cities to launch a business – CNNMoney

 

UNH School of Law - Concord, NH


Campus

Established in 1973
Formerly known as Franklin Pierce School of Law
Located in Concord, New Hampshire’s capital
Steps from all branches of government
45 minutes from Durham, UNH’s main campus
One hour from Boston
20 minutes from Manchester
One of UNH’s 11 colleges & schools 

RANKINGS

Top 100 law school in U.S. – U.S. News & World Report
Top 10 for intellectual property law (25+ consecutive years) – U.S. News & World Report
American Bar Association accredited
#6 Bar-required job placement in New England
One of best schools for practical training in U.S. – National Jurist and pre-law Magazine 

 
FINANCIAL AID

100% of Fall 2017 entering class was awarded a UNH Law scholarship

ACADEMICS

40+ Faculty
JD, LLM and master’s degrees offered
LLM and master’s include residential, limited residential, and online options
JD/MBA, JD/MSW, and JD/MPP dual degree options
Certificates available in Intellectual Property, Health Law & Policy and Sports & Entertainment Law
Home to the Daniel Webster Scholar Honor’s Program (the nation’s only client-ready bar alternative course of study)
Extensive legal residency program and five live-client clinics

 
STUDENT LIFE

258 students
12+ student organizations