2017 Best Colleges in New Hampshire
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I LOVE UNH. It's been a phenomenal time so far, and I feel like I've really found myself a home. There are opportunities for everyone with many different interest, and it's a really great community to be a part of. 10/10 would reccomend
- Durham, NH
- 2,404 reviews
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The biology major is extremely welcome at UNH Manchester. There is always someone to help with homework, and all of the required classes for this major are offered. I love being a Bio major at UNH.
- Manchester, NH
- 97 reviews
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I love how my school counselor and my professors get to know me, and help me as much as they can. It is really easy to navigate around my school website, and the classes are great.
- Manchester, NH
- 1,917 reviews
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We have great teachers that graduated from Princeton and Datmouth,but our ranking for academics is low. It is mainly because a lot of kids come here that do not care about school at all and just want to party. Many drop out because they expected it to be easier. It is COLLEGE, it's not going to be easy.
- New London, NH
- 435 reviews
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When people say that PSU is a huge party school, they're not joking. All anybody at this school wants to do is drink, smoke and pop pills. I would constantly find empty alcohol cans in the stairwells and halls of my dorm. I spent many sleepless nights here because of music bumping through the walls until the early hours of the morning. I'm not going to say the school is horrible, it just wasn't for me.
- Plymouth, NH
- 782 reviews
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I honestly love my professors they are regularly available and are great at what they do. Sure there are some duds out there but just get to know which professors you like and those you don't also check out their ratings.
- Keene, NH
- 776 reviews
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New England College is a small liberal arts school in New Hampshire. It's unique in the way that everybody knows everybody and there are really no secrets there. I would have chose NEC again but I also wish I would have looked into schools that are farther away to obtain new experiences and immerse myself in a different environment. I think that my school was great because the teachers really got to connect with students since it was not a big university. The smaller class sizes allowed for more one on one time, a better learning experience and an overall more accepted feeling in my school.
- Rindge, NH
- 474 reviews
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Small school with few people. The food isn't very good an if you want to party this school isn't for you. If you go to a party, make sure you know you may get arrested. Easy to make your close friends and keep them with you. Classes aren't overly difficult, but not easy either. Average liberal arts college.
- Henniker, NH
- 269 reviews
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