UNH Manchester Blog

UNH Manchester Blog
UNH Manchester students walking in downtown Manchester

The UNH Manchester blog shines a spotlight on undergraduate and graduate student experiences, alumni success stories, upcoming events and the latest campus news. We also highlight helpful tips to search for colleges, navigate the admissions process, find financial aid resources, choose a major and more. Check out our stories and get to know what it's like to be a student here.


Students, staff and faculty gathered on Wednesday evening to celebrate students who were nominated for their contributions to UNH Manchester, from eng... Learn More
UNH Graduate Programs Fair, April 30
If you’re considering graduate school, a grad fair is the perfect place to learn about degree programs, meet program representatives, faculty and expl... Learn More
At UNH Manchester, affordability isn't just a goal—it's a commitment. That’s why we’re thrilled to launch a new and improved Net Price Calculator to h... Learn More
Free programs to run July 22 – August 2, all experience levels welcome
This summer, students in Manchester will have the opportunity to explore an array of cutting-edge subjects ranging from animatronics and 3D bioprintin... Learn More
UNH Manchester has partnered with Granite Edvance to host a FAFSA Open House on Tuesday, February 20, where financial aid advisors will walk students ... Learn More
Choosing where to go to college is a big decision—and the best way to learn if a school is the right fit for you is by visiting. Here are our top five... Learn More
February 11 marked the International Day of Women and Girls in Science, recognizing the invaluable contributions of women in STEM fields who are inspi... Learn More
The University of New Hampshire at Manchester has named 229 students to the Dean's List for superior scholastic performance during the fall semester o... Learn More
Patricia Halpin named fellow of APS
Patricia Halpin, professor of biological sciences and biotechnology at UNH Manchester, was named a Fellow of the American Physiological Society (APS). Learn More
Annie Katanga ’26 moved to the U.S. from Zambia in 2017. Now a sophomore in the biotechnology program, she's pursuing research opportunities to make a... Learn More