About UNH Manchester
UNH Manchester offers students the best of both worlds--a nationally recognized University of New Hampshire education and the unique opportunities available in a vibrant urban campus setting. Located in the heart of the I-93 corridor, the college brings the resources of the state's flagship university to the region at an affordable, convenient commuter campus.
Students, alumni, faculty, and staff play vital roles in the educational, economic, and cultural life of southern New Hampshire and northern Massachusetts. The student body is comprised of a unique mix of traditional-age and older students reflecting the Merrimack Valley's rich ethnic and cultural diversity.
The college's 16 undergraduate majors and 15 minors are built on a strong liberal arts foundation with special emphasis on urban issues and the practical experiences needed for successful careers in the future. UNH Manchester also hosts graduate degree programs offered through the UNH Graduate School.
UNH Manchester, the 6th college of UNH, was founded on a strong liberal arts base and a dedication to excellence in teaching and scholarship. UNH Manchester's central location; day, evening and Saturday class schedules, and blended/online courses make college accessible.
UNH is accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges, Inc.