Tuition & Aid

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AFFORDING YOUR EDUCATION

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At UNH, we’re committed to making our world-class education accessible to as many students as possible. With scholarships and unique programs like the Granite Guarantee, your future is within reach at UNH.

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Cost of tuition for
NH Granite Guarantee recipients


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$200M+

Annually awarded in scholarships & financial aid


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84%

Students receiving
financial assistance (need-based
and scholarships)


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Priceless.

That’s the value of an education. At the University of New Hampshire, we award $200 million in scholarships and financial aid, which means investing in your future doesn’t have to be expensive.

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Granite Guarantee

Are you a New Hampshire resident? Your UNH education could be tuition-free for up to four years thanks to this financial aid program.

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Types of Aid

Need-based grants, academic and athletic scholarships, work-study opportunities UNH has many options to make your education affordable. 

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Net Price Calculator

The calculator is designed to give you an early indication of how much and what types of financial aid you might qualify for first year students.

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Important Dates & Reminders

Nov. 15 - Early Action Deadline - Students with a strong interest in UNH will receive an admission decision earlier in the process.

Feb. 1 - Regular Decision Deadline - Applicants who apply under this option will receive an admission decision soon after their application becomes complete. 

May 1 - Enrollment Deadline - First year students should submit their enrollment deposits to officially become a Wildcat. 

Are You a New Hampshire Resident?
The Granite Guarantee provides free tuition for qualified first-year and transfer students.

More Dates and Deadlines
First-Year Students
Transfer Students
International Students
Veterans & Non-Traditional Students

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