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Coordinates: 42°59′32″N 71°28′03″W / 42.99222°N 71.4675°W / 42.99222; -71.4675

University of New Hampshire at Manchester
UNHManchester.jpg
Established 1985
Type Public, State University
Dean Kristin Woolever, Ph.D.
Faculty 36
Students 1,500
Location Manchester, New Hampshire, U.S.
Campus Urban
75,000 ft² (7,000 m²)
Website unhm.unh.edu

The University of New Hampshire at Manchester (or UNHM) was established in 1985 as the sixth college of the University of New Hampshire.[1] Located in Manchester, UNHM provides associate's, bachelor's, master's, and doctoral degrees, with special emphasis on programs that address urban issues. Additionally, UNHM has a collaborative agreement with the neighboring New Hampshire Institute of Art that allows students interested in pursuing a degree in Fine Art to transfer into the Institute's BFA program.

Each semester approximately 1,500 students commute to the city campus to take classes in the University Center building, where the college moved during the 1999 through 2001 academic years from its old campus on Hackett Hill near Hooksett, New Hampshire; for more than a decade, the college had maintained both campuses, with the bulk of the campus and most support functions on Hackett Hill and limited class offerings in the former textile mill building. Due to its central location in Manchester, the largest city in the state, UNHM is within a thirty minutes' drive of half the state's population. For this reason, and the lack of on-campus housing, the school considers itself to be the University's "commuter college."

University Center is located at 400 Commercial Street on the banks of the Merrimack River in Manchester's historic millyard. The 75,000-square-foot (7,000 m2) building, built in 1880, formerly housed the machine shop of the Amoskeag Manufacturing Company.

UNH Manchester is a college of the University of New Hampshire. The University of New Hampshire is accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges, Inc.

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Academics

The University of New Hampshire at Manchester offers an extensive selection of eighteen majors and thirteen minors.[2] Undergraduate degrees include:

  • Biological Sciences
  • Business
  • Communication Arts
  • Computer Information Systems
  • Engineering Technology, Electrical, Mechanical, Computer Technology
  • English
  • General Studies
  • History
  • Humanities
  • Nursing
  • Psychology
  • Sign Language Interpretation

What sets UNH Manchester apart from other colleges is its ability to provide its student with a more affordable UNH education on a versatile commuter campus. Flexible course scheduling gives the student the opportunity to choose from day, evening, and weekend classes.

In addition to independent research and internship opportunities, the college provides valuable student resources, such as workshops and tutoring, through the Center for Academic Enrichment (CAE). Student success is the ultimate goal of the University of New Hampshire's urban campus.

Student life

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Activities

In its effort to promote a strong sense of community, UNH Manchester hosts a variety of student organizations that enhance the quality of life on campus. Current UNHM student organizations include:

  • Guild of Gaming
  • UNHM Art Club
  • UNHM American Sign Language (ASL) Club
  • UNHM Green Team
  • UNHM Indoor Soccer
  • Students in Action
  • Common Ground (GLBTQA)
  • Theater Club
  • IEEE UNH Manchester Student Branch

Publications

Campus Connections is UNH Manchester's monthly online newsletter that is distributed via e-mail. Millworks is the college's biannual newsletter that is coordinated by the Marketing and Community Relations Office. Both works seek to inform students about campus news and events.

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