Thinking about working at UNH and relocating to the NH Seacoast?
The University of New Hampshire, an ideal place to advance your career, is recognized among public universities for high-quality academics. Just 20 minutes from the Maine and New Hampshire Seacoast, we are also just an hour's travel time to and from Boston and the White Mountains.
Founded in 1866 as a land-grant institution emphasizing agriculture and the mechanic arts, the University of New Hampshire has become the state's only public research university. More than 14,400 students from 45 states and 56 foreign countries follow 100 courses of study offered by a faculty of more than 900 men and women.
As a modern land-grant, sea-grant and space-grant university, UNH has a threefold mission: to teach, to conduct research and to provide public service to the State of New Hampshire and its citizens.
Public service is provided through faculty research and consultation, the Division of Continuing Education, through the Cooperative Extension offices located in each county, the Sea Grant and Space Grant programs and dozens of other programs and activities.
Below is a listing of local seacoast NH transportation resources:
Following is a link to a listing of NH museums as well as websites for some of New England's best theaters and perfoming arts centers:
The following is a list of local banks, some of which may offer discounts for UNH employees:
Below are some helpful links for local community business and government information:
Here are some helpful links that will lead you to some of the amazing destinations within a 3 hour car ride from the university:
Below are some important local healthcare resources:
Click on the links below to find current real estate listings for NH, UNH housing options and lodging for a short visit:
Here are some links to local New Hampshire television and radio stations as well as seacoast newspapers:
Below is a small sampling of local outdoor recreation options in the immediate seacoast area:
The following is a list of the local public school districts as well as private schools in the area:
Oyster River Cooperative School District (Durham, Lee and Madbury, NH)