Who We Are
From the day you arrive at UNH to pursue your advanced degree, you’ll be immersed in a supportive, diverse, research-rich environment in a beautiful part of New England, collaborating with some of the world’s brightest and most respected minds.
The Graduate School oversees all graduate programs, including intercollegiate programs involving faculty and coursework from multiple schools or colleges. Intercollegiate programs give students the opportunity to pursue new and emerging fields of study that draw on multiple disciplines, leading to solid disciplinary foundations and the cross-disciplinary skills needed to find new social and scientific solutions.
Students and Faculty
Our graduate students play key roles in major, cutting-edge research, working side-by-side with renowned faculty and diverse students from around the world. Come visit our campus, chat with our faculty and graduate students and explore UNH's unique location and opportunities.
UNH's Discipline-specific Colleges
UNH is one of a handful of the nation's land-, sea-, and space-grant research universities. We receive significant research funding from land-, sea-, and space-grant programs for our research, such as grants from NASA, Ford Motors, NOAA, and many other public and private organizations. This funding helps power the research and scholarship of the graduate school's academic units, divided by overarching subject:
College of Engineering and Physical Sciences (CEPS)
College of Liberal Arts (COLA)
College of Life Sciences and Agriculture (COLSA)
College of Health and Human Services (CHHS)
Peter T. Paul College of Business and Economics (Paul College)
School of Marine Science and Ocean Engineering (MSOE)
Carsey School of Public Policy (CSPP)
University of New Hampshire Manchester
University of New Hampshire School of Law in Concord
The Graduate School (oversees all interdisciplinary study and intercollegiate programs)
Jump Seat to History
Twice as Nice
A Sense of Purpose
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