Universities & Colleges in New Hampshire

University City
Dartmouth College Hanover
University of New Hampshire-Main Campus Durham
University of New Hampshire at Manchester Manchester
Keene State College Keene
Franklin Pierce University Rindge
Daniel Webster College Nashua
Rivier University Nashua
Granite State College Concord
New Hampshire Institute of Art Manchester
Northeast Catholic College Warner
New England College Henniker
Plymouth State University Plymouth
Antioch University-New England Keene
Mount Washington College Manchester
Saint Anselm College Manchester
Colby-Sawyer College New London
University of New Hampshire-School of Law Concord
Southern New Hampshire University Manchester
Thomas More College of Liberal Arts Merrimack

New Hampshire

New Hampshire is situated in the New England area of the United States. When in New Hampshire you can look ahead to a warm-humid summers and a cold-wet winter season with more or less humid continental climate. The population of New Hampshire was estimated to be approximately 1.3 million in 2012.

Economy and Industry Outlook
There has been a significant decline in the manufacturing based industries like granite quarrying, shoe making, which were once predominant in the economy of the New Hampshire. Technology and service industries add to the state's economy because of the low tax regime initiative of the state government.

Top university
New Hampshire offers affordable education system and strives to continuously enhance the affordability of the higher education system of the state. When planning to study in the state you have more than 20 higher education institutions to select from. Apart from this, the state has seven public technical and community colleges as well as 17 private institutions. The graduate programs offered in New Hampshire are formulated with the main to not only prepare their students to be good in the classroom studies but also train them so that they can carry on with their research after completion of their graduation. For those who are looking for a large university environment, the public universities of New Hampshire are the one you should opt for. These universities can give excellent educational experience. However, if you prefer studying in a personal setting then you should choose one of the many smaller colleges and universities offering world-class education experience. The public education system, gives out almost 50% of all graduate degrees in the state.

One institution that has become synonym of quality education in New Hampshire is Dartmouth College, established prior to the Declaration of Independence and is a member of the prestigious Ivy League of American institutions for higher learning. With an undergraduate student body of almost 4,250 getting admission in this college is quite competitive. The focus here is on subjects like liberal arts along with having separate schools for medicine, engineering and business.

The best part about the Dartmouth is that whether you are a domestic or international student it allows need-blind admission. Thus, the college will admit you as per your qualification and not on your ability to pay the fee. In fact, the college will take care of the fees, which can't be paid by you. The tuition and fees for Dartmouth in the year 2010- 2011 was $40,212 annually. In the same year, as many as 57.4% students received financial aid.

Three Nobel Prize winners, 11 Pulitzer Prize winners and CEOs of companies such as eBay, Hasbro and AT&T and numerous political figures have graduated from this esteemed university.

New Hampshire draws more than 2500 students spending $86.8 million from all across the globe every year. Maximum number of students come from countries China, India, Canada, South Korea and Saudi Arabia.

Cost of Living
The cost of living in this state is higher than average where the average annual salary is $46,000.00, which is lower than average annual salary in other states by $800.00.

List of Universities in USA (by state)

Top Majors