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Visit the University of New Hampshire

UNH offers a variety of visit experiences for prospective students, families, and groups. We're a national research university with an uncommon focus on providing a great undergraduate experience. There's no better way to explore all the opportunities, the vibrant and supportive community in a spectacular setting, than to experience it yourself. We look forward to seeing you on campus.



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Admissions Info & Tours


Attend a 30-min. info session with an admissions counselor, followed by a 90-minute tour with a student guide.


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Virtual Tours

Get Started

Learn more about UNH and get a tour of our campus  prior to your visit with our virtual tour guide. We hope to see you on campus soon !


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Academic Info Sessions


Several academic departments offer designed and specialized campus visit options at our Durham campus.


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Self-Guided Tour

Get Started

Pick up a Campus Visit Guide from the Admissions Office located in Smith Hall, or download our campus map.


Admitted Student Shadow Days

Resumes in Fall 2017

On select days throughout the spring admitted students can shadow a current wildcat.  Meet with students, admissions, attend class, eat lunch in the dining hall and more. 


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Admissions Office


Directions for those wishing to visit the UNH Admissions Office at Smith Hall, 3 Garrison Ave, Durham, NH. Parking for Admissions Visitors is located in the Edgewood Road Visitor Lot.



Group Tours 

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UNH welcomes groups of 10 or more visitors from schools and organizations.

Tours are available by appointment only on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays during the academic year and each summer.

UNH offers the following group-visit experiences:

Self-guided tours and scavenger hunts for grades 6-8

Information sessions and campus tours for grades 9-12

Please complete the online Group Tour Request Form and an Admission Counselor will respond within 2-3 days.

Please note that two weeks' notice is required and that group visits are not available during peak visit times.




Planning to attend a tour? 


Tours take place rain or shine. Comfortable shoes and weather-appropriate clothing are a must.

Pets are not permitted with the exception of service dogs.

Tours are canceled when the University cancels operations.

If the weather is questionable, please call the UNH Storm Line at (603) 862-0000 to verify that the University is open before traveling to campus.

Should you require special accommodation for a physical disability, please call the Admissions Office at (603) 862-1360 one week in advance and we'll gladly make necessary arrangements.