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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What is a day in the life of a UNH student like? Watch as UNH students take you through a day in the life, from a Women in Business meeting, to room t... Learn More
Are you wondering whether you should stay in state for college? What are the benefits of staying in New Hampshire for the next four years for your col... Learn More
What is a day in the life of a UNH student like? Meet Emma Tobbe ‘23, a bioengineering major. From her senior capstone Bioengineering Design course, t... Learn More
How many libraries does UNH have and what should you know about them as an admitted student? Thiri San '23 breaks down everything you need to know abo... Learn More
Franny, a marine, estuarine and freshwater biology major, chose UNH because of its middle-of-everywhere location. She's researched and learned in loca... Learn More
Learn how to follow UNH’s Admitted Student Visit Days on social media, dive deeper into the Wildcat experience and win some UNH swag! Whether you’re a... Learn More
Admitted Student Visit Day is approaching and it's time to spend the day meeting professors and peers while touring UNH's living and learning spaces. ... Learn More
We know that making sense of your financial aid award and determining your best value can be one of the most important steps in deciding where to go t... Learn More
Today, UNH student Thiri San ’23 tells you all you’ll need to know about the Memorial Union Building, which we call the MUB, at UNH. Learn more about ... Learn More
Meet Grace Higgins ‘24, a double major in biochemistry, molecular and cellular biology and music, liberal studies. From piano lessons, to research on ... Learn More