Interested in a graduate degree at UNH? Check out our programs:
Ready to apply? Review the application requirements for your program and apply online.
Dean Harry Richards served UNH for 37 years, 15 of which he served as Dean of the Graduate School, making him the longest serving Graduate Dean in the US. In honor of his service, the Graduate School has established the Harry J. Richards Scholarship fund. You can donate at the Grad School giving page.
Having trouble setting aside time for homework, projects or Thesis/Dissertation writing? The Graduate Working/Writing Space may be the answer for you! The Grad School provides a quite space and time for you to focus and be productive as well as lunch or dinner after the session.
Education Week, the national news organization for what's happening in Education published an article this week that attempted to answer this very question. Roneeta Guha, a researcher with the Learning Policy Institute found that the "most effective teacher residencies were developed by strong partnerships between districts and universities." Thanks to a five-year $4.3 million grant from the U.S. Department of Education, the University of New Hampshire will prepare and support 60 highly qualified elementary and secondary math and science teachers for rural, high-need New Hampshire schools beginning this summer. We invite you to learn more about the UNH-TRRE program.
Join the Graduate School and Graduate Student Senate on Thursday, Oct. 5 from 7-9pm at the Thirsty Moose in Dover for a good cause! GSS will be collecting cash donations that will be provided to college students in Puerto Rico. Pizza will be provided. If you'd like to donate but can't attend, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
How do I choose a grad program and find funding? Do I need an advisor before applying? How do I handle the application process and maximize my chances of getting in? Join UNH Women in Science for a Q&A session, to get resources, and to talk in small groups with a current grad student in your field to get the scoop from someone who's been there and done that. Whether you're interested in Math, Physics, Engineering, Sociology, Psychology, Biology, Natural Resources, or another STEM discipline, we can answer your questions!
Academic Dates & Deadlines
- October 13: Mid-Semester; Last day to withdraw from courses without receiving grades of WP or WF
- October 18: Last day to register/add classes or have degree status discontinued for the Fall 2017 E-Term 2
- November 7: Classes follow Friday schedule; Election Day - no exams scheduled
- November 10: Veteran's Day - University holiday - No classes, offices closed
- November 13: Last day for graduate students to file Intent-to-Graduate online for December 2017 graduation without a $25 filing fee
- November 17: Last day for GPh.D. Dissertation defense (December Graduation)