Manchester, NH
Tuition (in-state)
$26,217 ($13,757)
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University of New Hampshire
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Reviews 41 total reviews with an average rating of 3.6

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4 College Sophomore

Academics: The biology major is extremely welcome at UNH Manchester. There is always someone to help with homework, and all of the required classes for this major are offered. I love being a Bio major at UNH.

4 College Sophomore

Academics: Help Is Always Available – There are free tutors available to all students. All students are entitled to one hour of free tutoring per class, per week. This is the best thing about UNH at Manchester because it is very helpful to both those who are struggling, and those who are not.

5 College Sophomore

Diversity: There are so many different races at UNH Manchester. We are growing in numbers every year. That is also what makes it a fun school to attend. You learn things about differend races and religions you never thought you would.

5 College Sophomore

Health & Safety: Special Security Measures – UNH at Manchester does a great job protect students items that they have lost or forgotten. They make sure that you are the person when picking up your item

1 College Sophomore

Computers: Junk. Slow Internet Connection – The computers at UNH:M are very outdated for the computer sciences lab. The computers at the other labs are all macintosh and also not very effective. The internet connection at UNH:M is very slow due to the shared connection with UNH:Durham. They do not provide enough bandwidth to support such a network.

3 College Senior

Facilities: Small and Personal – The UNHM campus is a commuter school and therefore does not have the many in school facilities as I would have liked, we have a decent sized library and 2-3 computer labs to use, there is also a cafe with a variety of foods, but besides that there is not to much on the campus itself. the classrooms are decent sized but keep the classes small and personal and in alot of classes the teachers know you by name and it becomes personal and you feel welcome

4 College Senior

Local Atmosphere: Welcoming and Busy – If you decide you want to get out into the community, there are alot of things that you can do in Manchester. 2 blocks away on main street are many local attractions, bars, stores, restaurants and more. Enough to keep things exciting, there is even a minor league baseball field and the Verizon center where many baseball games, hockey games and events are held.

2 College Sophomore

Nightlife: Everyone lives in other areas, there is usually is nothing going on after class hours on campus besides concerts here and there but they consist of people from school. There are never any good events at school.

3 College Sophomore

Off-Campus Housing: Pretty Good – The off campus housing is all apartments in the Manchester area. They are roughly ten minutes from school. These can be very pricey at times. I live at home with my parents so I save money and don't have to worry about finances as much.

3 College Sophomore

Campus Dining: OK but Not the Best – The food cafe is very small, very difficult to get around if crowded during certain times of the day. The food itself is mediocre. There are no meal plans UNH at Manchester because it is a commuter school, everything is out of pocket.

4 College Sophomore

Majors: Good Program – UNH is known for their excellence in business, and naturally, UNHM carries the same reputation. The business teachers are great, and really care about the students. The workload isn't too intense, but the quality of what you learn is amazing.

3 College Sophomore

Academics: Adjusting to the Commuter Campus – I chose UNH Manchester because it's a conveniently located commuter campus that allows me to work while going to school. However, the quality of a big-campus school is lacking. The course selection is decent, but sometimes I wish there was more to choose from. As for the professors, it's really hit or miss. Some professors will be amazing, and some will literally not care at all, even though none of the students in the class are obtaining higher than a grade C+.

3 College Sophomore

Local Atmosphere: Manchvegas, Baby – Settled in Manchester, NH, UNHM is a small school with interesting surroundings. There's plenty of places to get food nearby, and the mall is 5 minutes away, but other than that, recreation is limited. The school has a parking lot, which is nice, but the area isn't exactly great, and cars do get broken into. The Manchester Campus is very small and has no sports teams. If you want the typical "college experience," then this is not the school for you. UNHM is ideal for students who need flexible schedules due to already being a part of the work force.

3 College Freshman

Facilities: Classes and Professors Are Great – The classes and professors at UNH at Manchester are great. They are very inclusive, exciting and at times entertaining. There is no social scene to speak of but the facilities are nice, the building is a restored textile mill so we are surrounded by local history everyday. I like my school, but it doesn't offer the complete college experience that the Durham campus offers, which is why I will be transfering in the fall.

College Freshman

Off-Campus Housing: Since the University of New Hampshire at Manchester offers no housing, every student is a commuter.

College Freshman

Campus Housing: Complete Lack of Campus – At the University of New Hampshire at Manchester, there is no campus, other than the building that classes take place in. Since it is a commuter college, students attend their classes and then leave immidiately after. There is little to no socializing outside of the classroom because they do not need to engage with their peers, like students on a full campus do.


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