Undergraduate Admissions Blog

Undergraduate Admissions Blog
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How do I apply to UNH? What are my next steps as an admitted student? What is UNH student life like? The University of New Hampshire Undergraduate Admissions Blog is here to answer all of your questions. Learn from our application and admitted student tips and let current students tell you what it’s really like to go to UNH.  

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From completing applications to saying yes to a university, the college admission process can be overwhelming. Current senior Jack Kramer talks about ... Learn More
Ginny Mercier ’22 talks about the academic resources and programs that helped her level up from high school academics to college-level coursework. Get... Learn More
At UNH, there are always opportunities to put your academic experience to work for your career goals. Senior Jake Hewins talks professionalization – a... Learn More
As a mathematics education major, Grace couldn’t picture herself in what she thought was the lab coat-required world of academic research. Then, she t... Learn More
I love the food at UNH
Jake Hewins says it’s time to add one more important factor to your college decision: what will you eat here? Learn More
From the comfort of your digital device
One of the leaders of our undergraduate admissions team gives a preview of what you can expect at our Virtual Fall Open House Events – like immersing... Learn More
How to choose your major
Exploring majors? Grace Morelli ’21 talks about finding patterns in your passions – and not being afraid to discover new trails. Learn More
However you define community, there’s a dorm for that at UNH.
There are 30 different residence halls at UNH, which means the odds are pretty high (at least) one is right for you. Learn More
Hit the ground running
From getting to know your roommate to making it to your first 8 a.m. class, here’s your guide to making UNH your home. Learn More
Chloe Molinaro reflects on transitioning to remote learning during the spring of 2020. Learn More