Whether you have never visited one of our campuses, or have been here numerous times, there is always something new and exciting to explore.
In just the last five years, our enrollment has risen by 34 percent to nearly 6,400 undergraduate and graduate students. And during this period, we have completed more than $100 million in construction projects and have launched nearly 20 new academic programs.
Since its founding on the Yale University campus in 1920, UNH has steadily grown to become a thriving, top-tier comprehensive university and a national leader in experiential education. These achievements have been recognized by U.S. News & World Report, which now lists UNH among the top comprehensive universities in the North. This accolade underscores our rapidly growing reputation as a world-class institution of higher learning.
Please visit the UNH campus and experience for yourself some of the dynamic transformations taking place. In addition to our outstanding academic programs, the University features numerous concerts, plays, art exhibits, lectures and summer camps open to the public.
While on campus, make sure you visit the Henry C. Lee Institute of Forensic Science, Seton Art Gallery, Bucknall Theater, Beckerman Recreation Center, and the Ralph F. DellaCamera Stadium, which features the only blue and gold artificial sprint turf in the nation.