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Your future starts here.

During their UNH years, Wildcats develop personal, intellectual and professional skills and define their own success. When they leave UNH, they go on to do amazing things in their academic and professional lives.

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Employed or furthering their education within 6 months of graduation

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Students completed internships, clinicals or fieldwork as part of their undergraduate education

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Graduates report having jobs in fields that are related to their majors

*Percentages represent data from First Destination Survey of 2018 graduates.

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    Campus Safety
    Proud to consistently be ranked one of the top 10 safest college campuses.

    Our leadership as one of the top 10 safest campuses in the country was even more critical this fall as COVID-19 called on the Wildcat community’s innovation, flexibility and resilience. Hear from some of our current students about how they didn’t just feel safe on UNH’s open campus this fall: they felt especially proud to be Wildcats. It’s the big things–like establishing our own state-of-the-art testing lab –and the even bigger things, like how we take care of each other.

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    Meet a Wildcat

    Jordan Lavallee

    "UNH has done so much to help me open up and experience so many things." For Jordan Lavallee '19, hands-on opportunities set UNH's nursing program apart and helped prepare her for her first job at a regional hospital.

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    Meet a Wildcat

    Omar Nabulsi

    Omar Nabulsi '18 '19G knew where he wanted his career to take him and credits UNH with helping him get there. End result: a job offer from a Big Four accounting firm before he even finished his master’s degree.

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    Meet a Wildcat

    Abbey McIntosh

    New Hampshire native Abbey McIntosh ’19 turned her love of storytelling into a job at CatchFire Creative following commencement this past spring. The recent grad says it was the connections and friendships that made it all possible.

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Making a difference in the world

Many UNH grads choose jobs in the Granite State, and we can’t blame them; it’s beautiful here! However, Wildcats are also making their mark across the country and around the globe. With about 15,000 students and 140,000 alumni, you’ll find Wildcats in all 50 states and many countries, including Australia, China, France, India, Italy, and many more.

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Career Services
Career Services

Our office of Career and Professional Services is here to prepare you for your next steps, with a full complement of valuable resources, including resume assistance, help developing interview skills, and a huge career and internship fair each semester.

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Student Stories
Student Stories

Before you begin your own UNH story, check out a few from some recent graduates who took advantage of the opportunities here and have gone on to do some incredible things.

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How to Apply
How to Apply

We’re ready for you. Explore everything you need to know about applying to UNH, and get your journey started now.

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