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There is much to consider when choosing a college. Educational offerings, size, location, and fit are often top considerations. The four USNH institutions each offer unique experiences and you are encouraged to learn which one might offer the best fit.
Located in Durham and in New Hampshire’s seacoast region, the University of New Hampshire is a top-tier land-, sea-, and space-grant public university. Serving more than 10,000 undergraduates and 2,000 graduate students, UNH is recognized as a rising star among research universities.
Plymouth State University is a comprehensive regional university with an established reputation for high academic standards. Located between New Hampshire’s White Mountains and Lakes Region, PSU provides meaningful, student-centered learning opportunities for undergraduate and graduate students.
Keene State College is the state’s signal public liberal arts college, with programs in the arts, sciences, social sciences, and professional fields, as well as co-curricular activities that promote lifelong learning, career attainment, and personal development. Keene was recently selected as one of the top 100 communities for young people.
Granite State College is New Hampshire’s public college for adult learners, offering associate’s and bachelor’s degrees and certification through a post baccalaureate program. GSC has nine academic centers, offers classes in more than 40 communities, and has become a leader in distance education.