University of New Hampshire - Durham 新罕布什爾大學 - 德爾罕 (新罕布什爾州 NH)


University of New Hampshire(UNH) is a vibrant place: a land, sea, and space-grant university where undergraduate and graduate students engage in daily discovery and the intellectual excitement of doing research with their faculty mentors.


UNH boasts around 2,000 classes in over 100 majors, delivered by internationally recognized faculty dedicated to undergraduate teaching. The university also has particularly strong undergraduate research and honors programs, and offers a wide range of internship, study abroad, and national exchange opportunities.


UNH has an international outlook, and offers the resources and opportunities of a major research university. Students at UNH have access to a wide variety of extracurricular activities, including over 200 students organizations ranging from social and recreational groups to film and theatre clubs.

The Basics
Setting located in the town of Durham on New Hampshire’s seacoast
School Type 4 years public university
Tuition US$26,000 - $27,000
Housing Homestay or apartment
Current Weather
School Website
General Information
State New Hampshire (NH)
Location Durham
Nearest City Boston, New York City
Environment small town
Campus Size 2,600 acres
Year Founded 1866
Admission Req.m HK F.6
Level Offered Bachelor, Associate degree - 2-year University Transfer Program
Enrollment Approximately 12,500 students
International 2%
Student-to-Teacher 18:1

Academic Programs:

The Undergraduate Catalog maintains a complete listing of undergraduate major programs of study.

Accounting and Finance, Art and Art History, American Studies, Anthropology, Applied Business Management, Biology, Business Administration (BS), Chemistry, Chemical Engineering, College of Life Sciences and Agriculture, College of Engineering and Physical Sciences, Communication, College of Life Sciences and Agriculture, Computer Engineering, Computer Science, Decision Sciences, Earth Sciences, Economics, Education, Engineering Technology, English, Environmental Conservation, Environmental Programs, Family Studies, Finance, Geography, Genetics, Health Management and Policy, History, Hospitality Management, International Affairs, Journalism, Languages, Literatures, and Cultures, Management, Marketing, Music, Mathematics and Statistics, Psychology, Social Work, Tourism Planning and Development etc.



Study halls, libraries, the Mathematics Center, the writing center, the Center for academic Resources (CFAR), movie theatres, game rooms, the UNH computer store, the UNH bookstore, study lounges, a bouldering wall, five volleyball courts, five basketball courts, three badminton courts, two-floor hockey/ indoor soccer rinks, four racquetball courts, an international squash court, a three lane suspended indoor track, a fitness center, two multi-purpose rooms, two saunas, a first aid/ personal fitness training room



Students Life:

Student Organizations: Arts & Entertainment, General Interest, Student Committees, Academic & Career Related, Sports/Exercise