The best college in New Hampshire according to the UR top 100 colleges list is Dartmouth College, which is ranked as the 26th best in the USA and the 117th best in the world; this college is rated the 11th best in the US by the USNews and the 18th best by Forbes. Other well thought of colleges nationally include the University of New Hampshire (Forbes: 185th ; USNews: 99th).
List of New Hampshire Colleges
|Name||Address||Type||Number of UG Students||In-State Tuition||Out of State Tuition||Acceptance Rate||Founded|
|Antioch University New England||40 Avon St, Keene, NH 03431||Private||1,200 (Grad)||1964|
|Colby-Sawyer College||541 Main Street, New London, NH 03257-7818||Private||1415||$37,300||$37,300||1837|
|Daniel Webster College||20 University Drive, Nashua, NH 03063||Private||600||$15,630||$15,630||60%||1965|
|Dartmouth College||6016 McNutt Hall, Hanover, NH 03755||Private||4276||$48,108||$48,108||10%||1769|
|Franklin Pierce University||40 University Drive, Rindge, NH 03461||Private||1687||$31,782||$31,782||93%||1962|
|Granite State College||25 Hall Street, Concord, NH 03301||Public||1723||$8,775||$9,675||100%||1972|
|Keene State College||229 Main Street, Keene, NH 03435||Public||4804||$12,864||$20,784||82%||1909|
|Mount Washington College||3 Sundial Avenue, Manchester, NH 03103||Private||$8,016||$8,016||1900|
|New England College||15 Main Street, Henniker, NH 03242||Private||1607||$34,250||$34,250||90%||1946|
|Plymouth State University||17 High Street, Plymouth, NH 03264-1595||Public||4065||$12,677||$20,587||78%||1871|
|Rivier University||420 South Main Street, Nashua, NH 03060||Private||1591||$28,055||$28,055||1933|
|Saint Anselm College||100 St. Anselm Drive, Manchester, NH 03102-1310||Private||1923||$36,336||$36,336||74%||1889|
|Southern New Hampshire University||2500 N. River Road, Manchester, NH 03106||Private||18103||$29,924||$29,924||78%||1932|
|Thomas More College of Liberal Arts||6 Manchester St, Merrimack, NH 03054||Private||80||$20,400||$20,400||1978|
|University of New Hampshire||105 Main St, Durham, NH 03824||Public||12531||$16,552||$29,532||78%||1866|
|University of New Hampshire at Manchester||400 Commercial St, Manchester, NH 03101||Public||1500||$13,350||$26,330||1985|
|University of New Hampshire School of Law||2 White St, NH 03301||Public||513 (Grad)||1973|
Size wise the largest colleges by undergraduate student body are the Southern New Hampshire University (18,103 students) and the University of New Hampshire (located in Durham; 12,531 students). The smallest establishments include the Thomas More College of Liberal Arts (80 students) and Daniel Webster College (600 students).
Of the main public higher education establishments the lowest in-state tuition fees are offered by the Granite State College (In-state tuition: $8,775; Out of state fees: $9,675), and Plymouth State University (In-state: $12,677; Out of state: $20,587).
Conversely, the highest priced public college in New Hampshire State is the University of New Hampshire ($16,552 In-state tuition fees and $29,532 Out of state fees).
Of the private institutions, the lowest priced establishments are Mount Washington College ($8,016) and Daniel Webster College ($15,630), whilst the most expensive universities in the state are Dartmouth ($48,108) and Colby-Sawyer College ($37,300).
The most selective places in the list of New Hampshire colleges is Dartmouth College (10% acceptance rate) and it is also the oldest college in New Hampshire, established in 1769.