Nearly 60 students are spending the fall semester living and studying at the University’s Tuscany campus, which was recently relocated to a former 16th century convent on one of the nicest squares in the city of Prato, the second largest city in Tuscany.
Rankings by The Princeton Review based largely on feedback from students about the quality of their professors and facilities and their experiences on campus. Students said their professors are “completely supportive and only want the best for their students.”
The ranking assesses colleges in four key areas: engaged students, great teaching, vibrant campus communities and successful graduate outcomes. It is the fourth year in a row UNH has received this prestigious honor.
Since joining the UNH community in 2004, President Steve Kaplan has overseen an incredible transformation marked by new programs, state-of-the-art facilities and increased fundraising. A U.S. Senator calls UNH’s growth under Kaplan a "huge American education success story."
Leading Fine Arts Institution Becomes UNH’s Sixth College
Affiliation between UNH and Lyme Academy College of Fine Arts enables the University to offer a high-quality BFA program and provides Lyme students access to UNH’s growing portfolio of innovative experiential learning opportunities.
Even before starting her internship at the Yonkers Forensic Lab, Nicole Komorowski ’15, a forensic science and investigative services double major, already had experience testing fingerprints. Her internship enabled her to take her learning to another level.
UNH is the first college in Connecticut – and one of just 13 nationwide – to form a partnership with the Defense Cyber Crime Center. The relationship provides hands-on learning opportunities for students and advances UNH’s goal to become a worldwide leader in cyber forensic research.
Having dedicated staff members in a variety of offices on campus to work with veteran students is one of the reasons UNH was the only school in Connecticut named a “Top Veteran-Friendly School” by U.S. Veterans magazine.
The University’s new campus in Orange, Conn., features state-of-the-art technology and computer labs, classrooms and meeting rooms that are designed to simulate the atmosphere of working in the board room of a leading corporation. It’s a campus with a corporate twist.
The new 110,000-square-foot student residence, Westside Hall, which opened this fall, serves 350 first-year students. The state-of-the-art facility features classroom space, its own dining room and cutting-edge technology that fosters a dynamic hub of campus activity.
Students are endeavoring to find a Nazi who helped a Jewish family escape Vienna just before World War II broke out. They are following leads that have come pouring in from around the world after a story about their hunt was written by the Associated Press.