Visit Campus

 

Visit the University of New Hampshire

Our campus tours, led by student admission reps, offer a unique perspective on the UNH experience. It includes a 30-minute overview of academic and student life and a presentation on the application process by a UNH admissions counselor, followed by a 90-minute walking campus tour. The 90-minute walking tour provides a general overview and visits to the student union building, library, an academic/classroom building, recreation facility, and a residence hall. Tours are offered on most weekdays and reservations are required.

Tours are offered on most weekdays and reservations are required. Sign up for a campus tour today!

Saturday Campus Tours & Information Sessions

On select Saturdays in the fall and during popular school vacation weeks, we offer Campus Tours & Information Sessions. You can register online for a date-designeted "Information Session & Tour"

School/Organization Group Tours

We welcome schools and organizations to bring groups (10 or more visitors) to visit The University of New Hampshire. We offer self-guided tours and scavenger hunts for middle school students (grades 6-8) and information sessions and campus tours for high school students (grades 9-12).

Tours are by appointment only, and are available on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays during the academic year and each summer. If you are interested in bringing a group of students to campus, please complete the Group Tour Information Request form, and an Admission Counselor will contact you regarding your request within 2-3 days. Please not that two weeks' prior notice is required and that group visits are not available during peak visit times.

Virtual Tour

Catch a glimpse of campus life through interactive photos and videos. You can explore the University of New Hampshire from all points on the globe, using any device, with our newly-enhanced virtual tour. 

Self-Guided Tours

If you plan to come to campus on day when we do not offer a formal visit program, please proceed to the Admissions Office for a Campus Visit Guide; which includes a self-guided tour route. 

Additional Information

Be prepared: Tours take place whether rain or shine. Comfortable shoes and weather-appropriate attire are a must.

Pets: Please note that pets, unless they are service dogs, are not permitted on tours. We appreciate your cooperation and ask that you plan accordingly.

Tour cancellations: Tours/programs will not be offered in the event that the University cancels operations. Call the UNH Storm Line at (603) 862-0000 to verify that the University is open should weather conditions be questionable.

Special accommodations: Should your visit require consideration for a physical disabillity, please call the Admissions Office at (603) 862-0000, one week in advance, and we'll be pleased to make arrangements.

Please make note: Most tours begin with an overview of the application process by a UNH admissions counselor, and are general in nature. We visit buildings and programs that are representative of the University experience; not all University buildings and academic programs are addressed in an in-depth manner. If you are interested in meeting with faculty members from a specific academic department, or an athletic coach, the Admissions Office can provide you with the name and phone number of a contact person. We suggest you make these arrangements two weeks in advance of your visit.