Look around the UNH College of Life Sciences and Agriculture and it’s easy to see why we’re nationally recognized as a leading land, sea and space grant university.
Ninety-five percent of our full-time faculty not only hold PhD degrees, but they’re also world- and nationally-renowned scholars as passionate about teaching, research and public service as they are about advising and mentoring students.
Spark your intellectual interests with our outstanding academics. Choose from two-year associate degrees and four-year undergraduate bachelor degrees to accelerated master's, master's and Ph.D degree programs.
Be actively engaged from the start. Get ahead of the game for the workplace and/or graduate school with help from the professionals at COLSA's St. Martin Career Exploration Office. Take your education international with one of our life-changing study abroad programs. Work side-by-side with faculty on high-level research.
You could say we are a hidden gem, right here in New Hampshire, nestled between the ocean and the mountains.
Your only decision? When to start!
- Advancing Discovery With Two New Mass SpectrometersDozens of UNH researchers will use state-of-the-art 'molecular scales' funded by NSF, USDA grantsDec 03, 2023
- How Could Ocean Acidification Impact New England’s Fisheries?Examining the effects of climate change-driven ocean acidity increases on the region's shellfishDec 03, 2023
- Shoals Marine Lab Names New Executive DirectorSara Morris, leader for student academic experiences and ornithology, to take the helm Feb. 3Nov 29, 2023
- Conservation Planning Through Genetic MonitoringGenetics research offers insight into conservation practices for imperiled saltmarsh sparrowNov 28, 2023