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Annie Lowe

Phone: (603) 862-0191
Office: UNH Admissions, Smith Hall, Durham, NH 03824
Pronouns: She/her/hers

Hi! I’m the On-Campus Visit Coordinator, Annie. Here’s a little bit about me and what I enjoy most about UNH. I look forward to working with you!


Where is your favorite place on campus?

Thompson Hall lawn. I like to see the students studying, hammocking, or even slacklining between the trees.

What’s your favorite thing to eat on campus?

Union Court has an amazing sushi section. If I could, I would eat their tuna poke bowl every day for lunch.

Favorite memory at UNH?

As a student, I loved going to the MUB for any activity they had going on during the weekend. My friends and I were frequent flyers at the MUB movie theater and the monthly themed Bingo. I also won $200 in trivia for my vast knowledge of TV show theme songs.

What makes UNH so special?

Aside from its incredible location, I have to say the number of academic opportunities for students. If you want to study abroad, do research, or do an internship, there are plenty of chances to do so, no matter your major.

What’s your favorite UNH tradition?

Every September, on Thompson Hall lawn, there is an event called UDay. It’s where students, staff, faculty, and the Durham community come to celebrate and learn more about 200+ student clubs and organizations, campus departments, and local businesses. It’s such a huge and exciting event that I look forward to every year!

Where did you grow up?

Monroe, CT

What college did you attend/degree earned?

I graduated from UNH in 2020 with a B.S. in Human Development & Family Studies with a minor in Sociology.


I have an older brother, Jesse, who is an awesome musician. I also have a cat, my fur child, Frankie. She loves to snuggle on the couch and make biscuits.

Do you have any hidden talents?

I love to bake (my colleagues reap the benefits), and I can wiggle my left ear.

Any fun facts about yourself?

My first car was a stick shift.

What’s the coolest thing you’ve ever done in your life?

I studied abroad in Florence, Italy, during my fall semester junior year at UNH. I traveled to 12 countries and 31 cities. I went to a new country nearly every weekend. Very grateful for that opportunity!