Donor Impact

T-Hall
CELEBRATE 150: The Campaign for UNH made a lasting impact on the students, faculty and staff members. Read More
Campaign faculty support
A CELEBRATE 150 gift helps efforts to ensure a sustainable, racially equitable food system in New England.   Read More
Students at St. Marten Career Exploration Office
Support for UNH programs during CELEBRATE 150 made up nearly 40 percent, or $115.7 million, of the $307.9 million total. Read More
Erica, Julia and Raymond Zabkar
Philanthropy helps make UNH the university of choice. Read More

Recent Stories

  • UNH Law's Calvin Massey
    - Honoring Calvin Massey
    UNH Law has announced the creation of a scholarship in memory of Daniel Webster Distinguished Professor of Law Calvin Massey. Read More
  • Group of alums gather at the Kanca sign
    - A Tough Ride for a Good Cause
    What Nate Maher ’99 and a group of his college buddies are about to undertake could be a grueling, painful endeavor: cycling for 100 miles in a single day for a good cause. Read More
  • Robert Morin illustration
    - The Mysterious Gifts of Robert Morin
    Robert “Bob” Morin '63 was quietly amassing a $4 million estate that he would leave to UNH after his death. Read More
  • Ghanaian children cheering
    - Global Impact
    Two years ago, five UNH students had a vision to deliver a reliable and sustainable energy system to a community in need. Read More
  • The Parental Perspective
    - The Parental Perspective
    The family of Nathan Bujwid '17 applaud his hard work as evidence that he respects the power of donor generosity. Read More
  • Samantha Granville sits in the Murkland lecture hall.
    - Samantha's Story
    Samantha Granville '16 came to UNH shy and unsure. She graduated confident, vocal and powerful.  Read More
  • Griffin LeClerc sits at a table inside the IOL.
    - Innovative Interns
    For high school interns, the InterOperability Lab provides experiences that inspire. Read More
  • Behind the Shadows
    - Behind the Shadows
    "I think we have to re-imagine New Hampshire not as a white place: New Hampshire has imagined itself as a white place without a black history. That was false in the past; that’s... Read More
  • Mike Mignanelli poses for a portrait.
    - Passionate About The Classics
    By the beard of Zeus! Studying Greco-Roman mythology is the key to understanding cultural references of the last 2,000 years, says Michael Magnanelli '16 ... even Ron Burgandy's... Read More
  • UNH spring 2016
    - Students Receive Awards, Scholarships
    Thirteen students were honored recently at the 2016 Student Awards Presentation. Read More