Whether a person is a traditional college-age student or an adult learner; whether one seeks the resources of a research university or a smaller liberal arts college, USNH institutions offer a full array of postsecondary educational opportunities. Residential campuses within USNH are integrated into the communities of three quintessential New Hampshire towns – Durham, Plymouth, and Keene. Each campus offers an amazing setting with first class facilities.  Online learning opportunities are also available, as well as a large offering of classes at sites in every county across the state.


 

Link to Granite Guarantee

 

 

That's right, four years tuition-free!

A financial aid program that makes college possible for qualified first-year New Hampshire students by covering the cost of tuition for four years.

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Link to NH Transfer

 

 

Interested in transferring to a USNH college or university? This is your first stop.

 USNH has many agreements in place to simplify the process of transferring your credits to one of our colleges or universities.

NH Transfer

 

USNH Institutions

  • unh research: students with fish
    105 Main Street, Durham, NH 03824
    University of New Hampshire, Durham

    105 Main Street
    Durham, NH 03824
    (603) 862-1234

  • UNH School of Law
    2 White Street, Concord, NH 03301
    UNH School of Law

    2 White Street
    Concord, NH 03301
    (603) 228-1541

  • Exterior University of New Hampshire at Manchester
    88 Commercial Street, Manchester, NH 03101
    University of New Hampshire at Manchester

    88 Commercial Street
    Manchester, NH 03101
    (603) 641-4101

  • PSU entreprenurial program
    17 High Street, Plymouth, NH 03264
    Plymouth State University

    17 High Street
    Plymouth, NH 03264
    (603) 535-5000

  • Entrance to Keene State College
    229 Main Street, Keene, NH 03435
    Keene State College

    229 Main Street
    Keene, NH 03435
    1-800-KSC-1909

  • Granite State College grad with little boy
    25 Hall Street, Concord, NH 03301
    Granite State College

    25 Hall Street
    Concord, NH 03301
    (855) GSC-4ALL

UNH student examining fish

University of New Hampshire

The University of New Hampshire includes 3 campuses:

University of New Hampshire - Durham

Located in the seacoast town of Durham, UNH Durham is the main residential UNH campus. It is a top-tier land-, sea-, and space-grant public university serving undergraduate and graduate students. Recognized as a rising star among research universities, UNH Durham retains the atmosphere of a New England liberal arts college with a faculty dedicated to undergraduate teaching and research. Its commitment to engagement and public service serves not only the Granite State through its many outreach offices such as the UNH Cooperative Extension, but nationally and internationally through its public policy expertise in areas as diverse as crimes against children, ocean fisheries management, rural poverty, space science and environmental research.

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UNH School of Law building
UNH School of Law

Accredited by the American Bar Association, the UNH School of Law in Concord (UNHL) is an innovative law school committed to experiential learning. A hallmark of that commitment is the Legal Residency Program which allows students to work in their fields of interest for up to a full semester while receiving credit. Another such program helping law students become client-ready is the Daniel Webster Scholar Honors Program, which is the only practice-based bar exam alternative in the nation. UNHL’s focus areas include Intellectual Property, with UNHL boasting the largest full-time faculty in the field and the largest IP library in the nation; Commerce and Technology focusing on e-Law; and Public Policy & Social Justice which trains students in the delivery of legal services to all people in an ever-changing society.

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UNH Manchester sign
University of New Hampshire at Manchester

UNH at Manchester (UNHM) is a vibrant urban college providing the Manchester and Merrimack Valley region with a wide range of educational, research, and cultural resources and opportunities. Located in Manchester's historic mill yard, UNHM’s graduate and undergraduate academic programs reveal a fresh liberal arts, science and technology curricula emphasizing the practical learning needed for successful careers, offering courses during the day, evening, and weekend.

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PSU rooftop view

Plymouth State University

Plymouth State University (PSU) is an integrated cluster-based university. Located between New Hampshire’s White Mountains and Lakes Region, PSU provides meaningful, student-centered learning opportunities for undergraduate and graduate students. PSU offers bachelor’s degrees in more than forty-five majors and sixty minors, and master’s degrees in more than seventy concentrations in a rich, student-focused learning environment for undergraduate and graduate students. PSU also offers a Certificate of Advanced Graduate Studies; Doctor of Physical Therapy; and a Doctor of Education in Learning, Leadership, and Community. Following through on the PSU motto of Ut Prosim (That I may serve) students, faculty, and staff engage communities on a local, regional, national, and international scale in ways that are relevant and practical, as well as mutually beneficial. In each of these roles, PSU has a special commitment of service to the North Country and Lakes Region of New Hampshire.

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Keene State College

Keene State College (KSC) is New Hampshire’s public liberal arts college, offering over forty majors in the arts and sciences, professional programs, and selected graduate degrees. The college provides rigorous academic programs and a tradition of small classes, faculty-student collaborative research, and service learning. Chief among the college’s priorities are preparing students for global citizenship and meaningful work, and catalyzing economic development through institutional partnerships across the region and state. KSC’s innovative curriculum and focus on high-impact practices have won national praise.

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Granite State College graduate hugging little boy

Granite State College

Granite State College (GSC) is New Hampshire’s public college for adult learners, offering associate’s, bachelor’s, and master’s degrees, and certification through a post-baccalaureate program. GSC provides access at nine locations across the state, including Manchester, Nashua, Concord, Portsmouth, Rochester, Claremont, Lebanon, Conway, and Littleton. Known for its small classes, affordable tuition and supportive faculty, GSC has taken a leading role in offering innovative online degree programs.  GSC also offers a variety of transfer opportunities. Ultimately, GSC looks to understand the needs of New Hampshire’s workforce and deliver practical, relevant and accessible degree programs.

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