Explore the UNH Graduate School

From the day you arrive at UNH to pursue an advanced degree, you’ll find yourself collaborating with some of the world’s brightest and most respected minds. And you’ll be immersed in a supportive, diverse, research-rich environment in a beautiful part of New England. 

UNH is fully accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges and was just recently named one of Sierra Magazine's top "Coolest Schools," a salute to U.S. colleges that are helping solve climate problems and making significant efforts to operate sustainably.

Photo of UNH doctoral student Sarah Andrews and her faculty adviser Dr. Serita Frey


The Dirt on Studio Soils

Doctoral student Sarah Andrews's research shows the effectiveness of innovative science teaching, like the hands-on studio approach of Dr. Serita Frey's (NRESS) class on soils. Frey steered her class into uncharted territory with inspiration from the physics department and a grant from the U.S. Department of Agriculture.


Students and Faculty

Graduate students play a key role in major, cutting-edge research, working side by side with renowned faculty and diverse students from around the world. Come visit our campus, talk with faculty and graduate students, and explore the boundless opportunities.



UNH is a land-, sea-, and space-grant research university. It comprises the following academic units: the College of Engineering and Physical Sciences; College of Liberal Arts; College of Life Sciences and Agriculture; College of Health and Human Services; Peter T. Paul College of Business and Economics; University of New Hampshire at Manchester; University of New Hampshire School of Law in Concord; and the Graduate School, which includes interdisciplinary study and intercollegiate programs.

The University of New Hampshire School of Law, an intimate, innovative law school, is committed to developing students who enjoy challenging dialogue from the first moments of orientation.

eUNH is an initiative to spur the growth of online courses and programs at UNH in order to make the high-quality courses offered by UNH more accessible throughout New Hampshire and the region.