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Celebrating Five Years of Increasing Access

In the face of rising tuition costs throughout the country, the University of New Hampshire is celebrating five years of making a college education more affordable for students in the Granite State, thanks to a pair of initiatives that have combined to provide relief to thousands of students and... Read More

Recent Stories

  • The Graff family.
    - Home Game
    Chad Graff ’12 recently joined the Patriots beat for The Athletic, returning to the region he and his wife grew up in after 10 years in Minnesota. Read More
  • Members of the Reproductive Freedom Fund of New Hampshire
    - A Summer in the Spotlight
    Kaley Lambert ’24 found herself in a truly unique and distinctively rewarding position when she secured an internship with the Reproductive Freedom Fund of New Hampshire (RFFNH)... Read More
  • Changed for the Better
    - Changed for the Better
    Hannah Donahue ’22 may not, by her own admission,  have been quite ready to say goodbye to UNH in the days leading up to graduation this spring, but thanks to her time on campus... Read More
  • Kelsey Herold works with a fox.
    - Getting Back to Nature
    Kelsey Herold ’23 is completing an internship at the Millstone Wildlife Center in Windham, New Hampshire, this summer. Read More
  • Two researchers stand in front of a red robot
    - Aging Assistance
    An interdisciplinary team of UNH researchers has received a $2.8 million grant from the National Institutes of Health to develop technology that could help seniors age in place. Read More
  • Krista Maltais - Relief Parenting
    - Sweet Relief
    Krista Maltais '06 is the founder and director of Relief Parenting Respite and Resource Center in Hampton, N.H. She graduated from UNH with a degree in human development and... Read More
  • Students wearing life vests stand at the edge of a test tank
    - Wave Power
    An interdisciplinary team of UNH students took a top prize in the national Marine Energy Collegiate Competition hosted by the U.S. Department of Energy. Read More
  • Pushing Beyond His Comfort Zone
    - Pushing Beyond His Comfort Zone
    Mel Nagashima ’22 worked with immigrant families through the Boston Chinatown Neighborhood Center during his time in the Semester-in-the-City program, and that ultimately pushed... Read More
  • Committed to Community
    - Committed to Community
    Jude Blake '77 was recognized as the winner of the 2021 Hubbard Family Award for Service to Philanthropy at the University of New Hampshire during UNH's Evening of Distinction... Read More
  • Keeping Up the Good Work
    - Keeping Up the Good Work
    For Ashley Carnes ’23, one of the perks of her summer gig that she looks forward to every day is the opportunity to set up an afternoon scavenger hunt. The participants? A trio of... Read More