Every student has their favorite teacher and their most despised teacher, but most agree that the teachers who are good at their job make up for the others. Although a large percentage of teachers at UNH are also doing research and may not have as much time for students, they still seem to have a lot of compassion for the students and are always willing to help those who really want it and need it. All UNH teachers post office hours and devoutly stick to them in order for students to have access to them at pretty much any hour of the day. If a teacher’s office hours conflict with your daily schedule, appointments are available.
At every college, there are classes that you may not like very much. With all the course requirements given out today at all national universities, it is a given that you’ll probably have to take classes that you have little or no interest in. UNH is no different. Lecture class sizes tend to range in the hundreds, and every student has a set of general education requirements to reach before graduation. The Center for Academic Research (CFAR) is more than willing to give advice on what courses and professors to take, and it can even show you student feedback that will give you a better idea of what direction you want to take. On the occasion you have to take a large lecture class, there are plenty of options to choose something interesting. Also, professors always have teaching assistants on hand who are more than willing to help.