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UNH Set to Welcome Largest Class Since 2018

UNH will welcome its largest incoming undergraduate class since 2018 this fall, a class that represents significant increases in several key demographics, including high-achieving, multicultural and first-gen students. Read More

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    - It’s All Relative
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  • Stuck Yet? Now’s Your Chance: Vaccines Available
    - Stuck Yet? Now’s Your Chance: Vaccines Available
    Registration is now open for all members of the UNH community to receive their first COVID-19 vaccine Monday, April 19, 10 a.m.- 4:30 p.m. at the Whittemore Center.  Read More
  • Thompson Hall
    - In-State Tuition Frozen
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    - Let the Challenge Begin
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  • UNHTogether, One Year Later
    - UNHTogether, One Year Later
    UNH President James Dean and Todd Selig, Durham town administrator, look back at the year of COVID and their continued efforts to keep UNH safe. Read More
  • Bill Ross showing archival collection book
    - From Aliens to New Orleans
    A September night in 1961 changed the lives of Betty and Barney Hill when, while driving through New Hampshire’s Franconia Notch area, they allegedly encountered aliens. It would... Read More
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    - Life Goes On
    Take a look at what UNH students, faculty and staff have been doing since COVID changed everything a year ago. Read More
  • Douglas Bencks in Dimond Library
    - Building Essentials
    It’s not just about the buildings. It’s about the way they all fit together. It’s about the outdoor spaces as well as the indoor. It’s about the experience the buildings create. Read More
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    - Black History is American History
    “What we need is not a history of selected races or nations, but the history of the world void of national bias, race hate, and religious prejudice,” historian and author Carter... Read More