Scholarships & Grants
Approximately 85% of our full time undergraduate students receive some type of financial assistance in the form of academic and merit scholarships, grants, and manageable student loans. In addition there are numerous campus employment opportunities for students.
The university does its best to work with families to make the cost of higher education an affordable investment in your future. Do not hesitate to contact a Financial Aid Officer with any questions you may have about financing your education.
Tuition & Fees
To assist you with your 2013-2014 cost of attendance a full listing of undergraduate costs can be accessed by clicking here.
Financial Aid Cost of Attendance
To determine your financial aid eligibility the Financial Aid Office utilizes a Cost of Attendance which consists of direct charges from the university as well as other general expenses incurred by the student during an academic year. It is important to remember that costs will vary from one college to another. For 2013-2014 the estimated costs of attendance for a full-time undergraduate at UNH are as follows:
|Resident||Commuter at Home|
|Estimate for Books||$ 1,000||$ 1,000|
|Personal/ Misc Expenses||$ 1,000||$ 3,850|
|Transportation Costs||$ 410||$ 2,400|
|Federal Loan Fees||$ 60||$ 60|
|Financial Aid Cost of Attendance||$50,210||$41,050
Note: *Costs do not include lab fees, overtime charges for course loads over 17 credits hours, or engineering differentials. The room and board cost is based on the amount normally assessed most of our residential students. Amounts listed for books, personal, and transportation expenses are estimated costs that may be incurred during the academic year and will not be directly reflected on the student billing account.
Cost of attendance for part-time students is pro-rated and calculated based on part-time costs.