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University of New Hampshire
2 Best Colleges in New Hampshire
- 4 Year
- Durham, NH
Sophomore: Durham itself is quiet, However busses/trains run nonstop to everywhere. There's acres of college woods too!
Most on-campus dorms represent a theme so that everyone can feel like they belong.
The courses are hard-professors expect you to study out of class, but they have office hours and are willing to stay after class with you.
CFAR helps you find study plans, discover what kind of learner you are, and figure out how to tackle difficult classes. There's free tutoring if needed
UNH works with most study abroad programs. It's discovery credit system makes it easy for credits to transfer towards your major.
For food It's in the top 1% of USA. There's 3 dining halls as well as shops all around campus. It's unbelievable(trust me on this)
D1 Aka sports events are crazy. Football/hockey is intense; there's huge tailgate parties
Greek life and sports teams have their own houses so the parties are good.
So many clubs/orgs. It's super easy to stay active and get involved on campus.
- 76% Acceptance Rate
- $23,066 Net Price
- 990-1200 SAT Range
Great Bay Community College
- 2 Year
- Portsmouth, NH
Sophomore: I've had an excellent experience at Great Bay. It's cheap and there are plenty of night classes to work around individual schedules. As a liberal arts major, it's been a little confusing figuring out what I need to have done, and I may have to go back for a fifth semester. I don't really mind, as finishing up my general requirements at GBCC is going to give me a transfer scholarship afterwards as well. Great resources and the staff, from what I've experienced, are more than happy to help with any questions. The teachers I've had have been very knowledgeable, although some have been a bit dry as far as their teaching-style goes. I haven't had a bad experience with other students; everyone seems to be incredibly friendly! Good school to go to if you're not sure what you want to major in and you want to save some money! As far as campus life goes, there are a few clubs and sports, but I haven't joined any.
- 100% Acceptance Rate
- $15,444 Net Price
- — SAT Range