Best Colleges & Universities in New Hampshire 2020 | Apply Now

Are you looking for the list of top colleges and Universities in New Hampshire? Do you want to secure admission to a good college after completing high school education? If yes, this post will be of help to you. Here, I’ve created a list of best colleges and Universities in New Hampshire.

Best Colleges New Hampshire

This post has been crafted keeping the needs of high school students in mind. Selecting the right college, speeding up the admission process, getting accepted – this post will help you with these tasks! You may also check – SAT preparation.

 

Here, you will find the following types of institutes – Public institutes, private (for-profit) institutes and private (non-profit institutes). The above mentioned types of institutes can be further classified into the following types – Four year institutions, two year institutions, graduate institutions, tribal institutions and religious institutions.

 

In the next section, you will find the city-wise list of colleges and Universities in New Hampshire –

 

Best Colleges in New Hampshire 2020

CITY

NAME OF THE COLLEGE

NEW LONDON COLBY-SAWYER COLLEGE
HANOVER DARTMOUTH COLLEGE
RINDGE FRANKLIN PIERCE UNIVERSITY
PORTSMOUTH GREAT BAY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
KEENE KEENE STATE COLLEGE
LACONIA LAKES REGION COMMUNITY COLLEGE
MANCHESTER MANCHESTER COMMUNITY COLLEGE
NASHUA NASHUA COMMUNITY COLLEGE
HENNIKER NEW ENGLAND COLLEGE
MANCHESTER NEW HAMPSHIRE INSTITUTE OF ART
CONCORD NHTI-CONCORDS COMMUNITY COLLEGE
WARNER NORTHEAST CATHOLIC COLLEGE
PLYMOUTH PLYMOUTH STATE UNIVERSITY
CLAREMONT RIVER VALLEY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
NASHUA RIVIER UNIVERSITY
MANCHESTER SAINT ANSELM COLLEGE
MANCHESTER SOUTHERN NEW HAMPSHIRE UNIVERSITY
MERRIMACK THOMAS MORE COLLEGE
CONCORD UNIVERSITY NEW HAMPSHIRE SCH OF LAW
DURHAM UNIVERSITY OF NEW HAMPSHIRE
BERLIN WHITE MOUNTAINS COMMUNITY COLLEGE

 

Median tuition costs in New Hampshire State are as follows –

  • Private four year colleges: $29900
  • Public four year colleges: $11000 (for in-state students) and $19000 (for out-of-state students)

 

Tuition costs may vary from one college/University to another. It may also increase with each passing year.

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