- Agricultural Sciences
- Computer Science
- Criminal Justice
- Culinary Arts
- Environmental Science
- Information Technology
- International Relations
- Performing Arts
- Political Science
- Religious Studies
1 Most Liberal Colleges in New Hampshire
- 4 Year
- Hanover, NH
Freshman: Dartmouth is simply wonderful. It has such a wonderfully cozy and collaborative atmosphere, which combined with the unparalleled focus on undergraduate students makes it the best college there is. The only thing people should be aware of is that there will be a large number of wealthy students, so be prepared to face some new socioeconomic diversity. Overall, it is such a safe and fun college set in a beautiful part of the country!
- 11% Acceptance Rate
- $21,177 Net Price
- 1350-1560 SAT Range
Plymouth State University
2 Most Liberal Colleges in New Hampshire
- 4 Year
- Plymouth, NH
Junior: Plymouth State University is a place where everyone has a place. Everyone is given every opportunity to share their thoughts, ideas, and most importantly share their voice! If I hadn't chosen to come here I would have never discovered my passion for social justice issues. Without Plymouth, I wouldn't have ever thought about standing up for so many issues that need to be talked about. Thanks to Plymouth I'll always have a school that backs me on my choice to step out and speaks up.
- 79% Acceptance Rate
- $20,844 Net Price
- 860-1070 SAT Range
Keene State College
3 Most Liberal Colleges in New Hampshire
- 4 Year
- Keene, NH
Alum: Keene State College is accepting of students from all walks of life. There is something for everyone at Keene State College from majors to clubs and organizations. It is the only college in the country that offers a degree program in Holocaust and Genocide Studies.
If you're an eco-freako the Keene State is for you! They divest in companies that do not pollute the environment, practice sustainable living in dorms and class buildings.
Keene State College is a small college. Teachers here want to build individualized relationships with their students so students will get the most out of their college experience. Students also have the opportunity to get involved in community work through their classes.
- 83% Acceptance Rate
- $18,647 Net Price
- 880-1070 SAT Range
4 Most Liberal Colleges in New Hampshire
- 4 Year
- New London, NH
Sophomore: The community there is amazing. It's such a small area, but one of the most diverse places I have ever been. The professors, staff, and students are all more than willing to help with any questions or issues you may have. There are great traditions there and activities for any interests you have. Nothing but great things to say about Colby-Sawyer!
- 87% Acceptance Rate
- $26,321 Net Price
- — SAT Range
University of New Hampshire
5 Most Liberal 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
Franklin Pierce University
6 Most Liberal Colleges in New Hampshire
- 4 Year
- Rindge, NH
Senior: I have learned numerous great ideas and life lessons while attending Franklin Pierce. Coming in as a freshmen it was a major culture shock because I had been raised in an urban setting for my entire life prior. This school has an isolated rural setting that allows for a peaceful experience. There are an immense amount of academic help opportunities, and this proves that this school takes great pride in their work. Athletics is a big aspect of FPU because almost half of the student population is affiliated with a sports team on campus. the food in the cafeteria is the one aspect that the school must update, and many of the students have requested new options. Ultimately, this school takes great pride in every aspect of its campus life.
- 81% Acceptance Rate
- $29,136 Net Price
- 870-1070 SAT Range