Our top-ranked programs open doors. Our research excellence changes lives. Our nation-leading commitment to sustainability inspires tomorrow’s leaders. Our middle of everywhere location puts the world in reach. Our safe and welcoming campus is home. Because the college experience of your dreams is one that inspires you to dream bigger.
Our students come from 48
states and 68 countries.
Employed, volunteering or furthering their
education within six months of graduation
Annually awarded in scholarships & financial aid
From pine forests to 4,000-foot mountains. Sustainable agriculture experimentation to ocean exploring. This incredible intersection of ecosystems and expertise is the place for scientists.
Make your mark.
Here is where majoring in marine biology takes you aboard a research vessel in the the Atlantic Ocean. Where your proving ground as a future journalist is covering the first-in-the-nation presidential primary. Where a background in finance and a passion for sustainability leads to an internship with a Fortune 500 company in Boston. Our students stand out with incredible opportunities to lead, build, create and inspire – and nation-leading rates of involvement in research, internships and more.
You belong here.
This is a place where diverse communities come together as one — and every individual matters. Wildcats get involved: it’s just who we are. With more than 275+ student organizations, there are clubs for giving back, clubs for connecting with like-minded peers, clubs for building pre-professional networks – and really everything in between. Our safe, beautiful campus means you’ll have plenty of room to explore, tap into your sense of adventure and step outside your comfort zone.
Access is the more than $200 million in financial aid we award each year. Value is our 95% student success rate, with nearly all of our students landing a meaningful job, volunteering or furthering their education shortly after graduation.
What’s the middle of everywhere? It’s minutes to the Atlantic Ocean. It’s the White Mountains due north. It’s an hour train to Boston from our own station. It’s a location defined by possibility – not limits.