Colleges in New Hampshire
New Hampshire is the 5th smallest state. Most attractively, the state of New Hampshire has no sales tax. This state consists of a humid continental climate. The average temperature in the day time is 70F. A lot of snow has often been reported in the state, averaging out to about 281.2 inches in Mount Washington, during an average of 118 days. In this state about 23% of the people speak French and only about 18% speak English. Other parts of the state speak many different other languages. If you’re looking for a snowy, diverse state with no taxes, then New Hampshire is the place for you. Here are the top ten most populous colleges and universities.
This university has a population of about 15,200 students. The student to faculty ratio is 20:1. This campus is made up of 54% of females. Tuition at this university stands at about $16,500 a year.
Southern New Hampshire University has a population of about 11,900 students. This university is private. The freshmen retention rate is 72%.
Dartmouth College has a population of about 6,200 students. Very uniquely, Dartmouth College is the smallest member of the Ivy League. This college divides the college term into 4 terms in equal length known as the ‘D’ plan.
Plymouth State University has a population of about 5,700 students. This university has a total of 187 professors with 87% of them holding a Doctorate’s Degree or a terminal degree.
Keene State College has a population of about 5,300 students. This college is named a ‘Green College’ by the Princeton review. In-state tuition stands at about $10,500 a year.
NHTI-Concord’s Community College has a population of about 4,400 students. 100% of the students who apply to this college are accepted. 48% of the full time students on this campus are women.
Hesser College has a population of about 3,600 students. There are 17 majors offered at this college. Most attractively, Hesser College has a freshmen retention rate of 89%!
Manchester Community College has a population of about 2,800 students. The tuition at this college is very low at $1,800 a year. International students on this campus are from more than 24 countries.
Franklin Pierce University has a population of about 2,300 students. This is a private university. About 95% of these students live on campus. There are 40 clubs and organizations on this campus, which is pretty cool for a small university.
River College has a population of about 2,300 students. This college is a 4 year catholic college. This small college has more than 60 degrees.