University of New Hampshire
University of New Hampshire is a public research university, providing comprehensive, high quality undergraduate programs and graduate programs of distinction. The primary purpose is learning, students collaborating with faculty in teaching, research, creative expression and service. The university has a national and international agenda and holds land grant, sea grant, and space grant charters. It serves the state through continuing education, cooperative extension, cultural outreach, economic development activities and applied research.
University of New Hampshire offers more than 100 major fields of study, the possibilities are limitless. Whether somebody is an aspiring musician, engineer, teacher, nurse, business person or undeclared, students will find the future at the university. It brings the faculty and students together to examine the past, engage with the present, and build the future by doing work that contributes to the common good, serving as a public resource, within the borders of their state and way beyond.
The university is located in Durham, New Hampshire, a friendly college town. The Atlantic Ocean is just 10 miles from campus and the city of Boston and New Hampshire's lakes region are each only an hour's drive.
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