Durham, NH
University of New Hampshire-Main Campus


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Recent Reviews

Paige
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I am very dissatisfied with UNH and have been my whole time here. I lived on campus for about 2/3 of my freshman year, and th...

What is your overall opinion of this school?

I am very dissatisfied with UNH and have been my whole time here. I lived on campus for about 2/3 of my freshman year, and the campus is so small that I was always bored, especially not having a car to go anywhere and therefore being confined to only the locations you could go to using the bus. There are hardly any places to go downtown so I went maybe two or three times and then felt like I’d been everywhere and didn’t need to go downtown ever again. I eventually decided to commute because I was so bored, and even having a car and living on campus I would still be bored there and would never end up spending any time on campus anyways. The parking is absolutely horrible at UNH. Whether you’re a commuter or not, there is no parking ever. There are maybe enough parking spots for a twentieth of the students that go there, and everyone else will just spend the rest of their lives circling around the same parking spots, and stalking people walking there to try and steal their spot. I give myself about 25 minutes to find a spot and walk to class before class actually starts, and I have still found myself saying screw it, parking somewhere else, still being late to class and then getting a ticket. Which, by the way, are $50 a piece. I swear UNH makes more money off of parking tickets than they do the actual tuition, they are ruthless about it, and the tickets won’t show up online sometimes. I actually got withdrawn from all of my classes halfway through a semester because I didn’t pay two parking tickets that I didn’t know I had and never saw online. My tuition was fully paid. I got accidentally withdrawn once before this in a computer glitch that was never fully explained to me, so luckily I knew the entire lengthy process of getting reregistered, that included all my professors, the dean and business services. It took me four months to get my major changed due to another unexplained “computer glitch”, and because of this I signed up for classes late and didn’t get the classes I wanted. Also, all of the required classes for my major overlap each other, which is prolonging my experience here when all I want to do is graduate early and be done. For example, I’ll have an algebra class that I’m required to take at 9, so I am not able to take a different required class, so then I have to take physics instead, which will then overlap with the computer science class I need. It’s infuriating. I’ve also had professors that have been entirely inconsiderate of those who don’t live on campus, giving mandatory lectures at 8 at night (7 hours after my last class of the day), giving assignments at the last minute on books that we have to get at the library over the weekend and are unavailable anywhere else and there’s only one copy of the book there (I ended up presenting on something that I never even read because of this). This next semester I have exams at 7-9pm, which means I will get home at about 10 at night, and it also means I won’t be able to work those days which I really need to do. Not to mention I’ll then get home that late and have to do more homework for the next day. It’s ridiculously inconsiderate, and I have been very fed up with just about everything to the point where I’ve considered just taking online classes from somewhere else instead.

Chiara
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The University of New Hampshire is conveniently located between Portland and Boston, so it is easy to explore the area. The c...

What is your overall opinion of this school?

The University of New Hampshire is conveniently located between Portland and Boston, so it is easy to explore the area. The campus is beautiful, especially during the fall. I have joined a few clubs and have been able to make many friends with a variety of different interests and backgrounds.

Julia
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Its a good school but they are always looking to take your money. Extra fees, expensive parking tickets, expensive parking, e...

What is your overall opinion of this school?

Its a good school but they are always looking to take your money. Extra fees, expensive parking tickets, expensive parking, expensive on campus stores that charge way more than a regular store would, even vending machines are over priced.

Madison
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This university also known as my second home has been nothing but extraordinary. With the challenging courses offered, the nu...

What is your overall opinion of this school?

This university also known as my second home has been nothing but extraordinary. With the challenging courses offered, the numerous opportunities to get involved, the people, and the environment, I am proud to have chosen a school that will guide me to a successful future.

Shea
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The University of New Hampshire is a wonderful university that is focused on academics and offering a variety of opportunitie...

What is your overall opinion of this school?

The University of New Hampshire is a wonderful university that is focused on academics and offering a variety of opportunities to students. The campus is safe and updated and faculty are always available to meet with students for extra help. The opportunities that UNH offers range from everything from sports and clubs to internships and research. UNH is an inclusive and welcoming campus that has something for everyone.

logan
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Very inclusive and engaging campus and academic culture, filled with countless academic and social opportunities. I am beyond...

What is your overall opinion of this school?

Very inclusive and engaging campus and academic culture, filled with countless academic and social opportunities. I am beyond happy to have chosen the University of New Hampshire as my place to pursue my higher education. I would highly recommend it to both in-state and out of state students as well

Savanah
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UNH is a great college with many opportunities. I love the community and all the amazing people I've met so far. There are so...

What is your overall opinion of this school?

UNH is a great college with many opportunities. I love the community and all the amazing people I've met so far. There are so many different and wonderful types of people here that have helped me grow as a person. Also, the program I'm in is great.

Shane
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Love it! Great students, teachers and lots of activities! I love all the events on campus as well. Always something to do! Th...

What is your overall opinion of this school?

Love it! Great students, teachers and lots of activities! I love all the events on campus as well. Always something to do! The classes are perfect size, as some will range from 200 and some will range from about 40-50. It is a good mix! Housing is great and the RAs try to make your experience best as possible. I love this school!

Summer
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I really love it here. I originally wasn't sure how I would feel about it with it being in the same state as home, but once I...

What is your overall opinion of this school?

I really love it here. I originally wasn't sure how I would feel about it with it being in the same state as home, but once I started my first semester here, I got involved right away and I absolutely love it. People are welcoming, we are rated the safest campus, and there is a scene for everyone. Sports, arts, Greek life, gamers, comedians, environmentalists, really everything! I would go as far as if to say, if you can't find it here, you don't need it! I love UNH and the home environment. Everyday's a great day to be a Wildcat!

Nikaila
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I think UNH's main campus is such a welcoming environment and truly makes students feel like they are home. The facility and ...

What is your overall opinion of this school?

I think UNH's main campus is such a welcoming environment and truly makes students feel like they are home. The facility and upperclassmen make the new students feel like they belong here. I would strongly recommend for everyone to come take a look at the school even if they are not considering it. UNH is an awesome place to call home.

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