Why Study Life Sciences and Agriculture at UNH?
Discover your best you here, at UNH’s College of Life Sciences and Agriculture (COLSA), a place with unparalleled opportunities for personal growth and academic excellence and a world-class faculty passionate about teaching and research. As a COLSA student, you will be empowered to explore, discover, innovate and find sustainable responses to the planet’s biggest challenges.
Recent COLSA graduates employed
or furthering their education
Average acceptance rate of current COLSA students and recent graduates who applied to veterinary school — well above national average
Recent COLSA graduates completed at least one
internship or research experience prior
Here you won’t just learn; you’ll do. From actively participating in lab- and field-based research both on and off campus, to discovering the wide range of opportunities that reflect our growing strengths in biochemistry, cell biology, genomics, microbiology and the biomedical sciences, to working on the most pressing agricultural and environmental concerns of our time via an innovative curricula that integrates learning in the classroom, lab and outdoors, you’ll graduate knowing what drives you and will possess the skills, experience and knowledge you need to take the next step.
At UNH’s College of Life Sciences and Agriculture, we are home to 29 majors and 26 minors and our faculty conduct research in more than 100 areas. Have your own idea for a research topic? Apply for your own funding through the Hamel Center for Undergraduate Research. When it comes to life sciences and agriculture at UNH, what you will study is only limited by your imagination.