COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES
Located in the center of America’s Northeast education corridor, the Granite State is home to top-ranked institutions for higher education. Whether you’re looking for a public research university or liberal arts school, an Ivy League education or the tailored support of our top-ranked community college system, you’ll find it here in New Hampshire.
Once you graduate from a New Hampshire program, you’ll find the job opportunities you’re looking for, plus a high quality of life. Thanks to our low cost of living, outdoor recreation amenities and stunning natural landscapes, it’s no wonder a growing number of students are making the Granite State their home for life.
Want the textbook answer? New Hampshire has the school for you.
Community Colleges and Lifelong Education
Never stop learning.
New Hampshire has seven community colleges that offer opportunities for full-time, part-time and lifelong students. With a priority on training skills that will help you land your dream job, our community colleges have programs in engineering, computer information, business, health, education, hospitality, graphic design and more.
Looking for your next academic step in New Hampshire? Explore the Community College System of New Hampshire:
New Hampshire Universities
Superior academics in an unparalleled setting.
New Hampshire’s public universities and private colleges help students achieve careers in high-paying jobs thanks to tailored programs and partnerships with top companies. For example, the University of New Hampshire’s (UNH) Analytics & Data Science program has a unique partnership with IBM that allows students a rare opportunity to work with IBM Watson software for free.
On the other side of the state, Dartmouth College is home to the country’s fourth oldest medical school. Excellent programs and collaborations between their Thayer School of Engineering and Geisel School of Medicine have helped many students turn their entrepreneurial dreams into reality, spurring startups in pharmaceuticals, medical devices, hospitals and more.
Want to learn more about higher education in New Hampshire? Click on to see all of our state’s high-quality schools and their programs.