As the largest city in New Hampshire, Manchester is known as the "Queen City." and with everything it has to offer, you'll truly feel like royalty. Manchester is home to 11 colleges and universities plus other vocational schools. Programs offered include business, accounting, carpentry, education, computer science, engineering, and more. After graduation, especially you entrepreneurship students, it's a great place to stay. Manchester has been listed as one of the best cities to live and launch a business. Other notable awards include the 2nd most tax-friendly city, and one of the best areas for upward income mobility. Sounds like the perfect place to find a job, especially when you find out the unemployment rate is well below the national average.
But there's more than great schools and affordability. There's theater, museums, the Verizon Wireless arena for concerts, and exciting sports. Stay busy all year-round with the Phantoms for soccer, Mocharchs for hockey, and Fisher Cats for baseball and get around to do it all on the Manchester Trolley Tour. As far as recreation goes, Manchester has you covered for all four seasons. With mountains, beaches, and lakes nearby, have fun running, biking, fishing, or skiing. Manchester also has tax-free shopping, which will helps you save for more important things, like the award-winning restaurants. So come find your school here and enjoy all the academics and entertainment Manchester has to offer. You may never actually be royal, but you can live it up like you are.*www.yourmanchesternh.com *nces.ed.gov *"Manchester" Wikipedia *www.bls.gov *www.manchesternh.gov
Rivier University offers 90 degree programs. It's a small, private not-for-profit, four-year university in a small city. In 2019, 615 students graduated with students earning 295 Bachelor's degrees, 255 Master's degrees, 43 Associate's degrees, 12 Certificates, and 10 Doctoral degrees.
Southern New Hampshire University offers 218 degree programs. It's a very large, private not-for-profit, four-year university in a midsize suburb. In 2019, 20,388 students graduated with students earning 10,887 Bachelor's degrees, 6,794 Master's degrees, 2,319 Associate's degrees, 374 Certificates, and 14 Doctoral degrees.
St Joseph School of Nursing offers 1 degree programs. It's a very small, private not-for-profit, two-year college in a small city. In 2019, 57 students graduated with students earning 57 Associate's degrees.
Manchester Community College offers 65 degree programs. It's a small, public, two-year college in a midsize city. In 2019, 489 students graduated with students earning 357 Associate's degrees, and 132 Certificates.
|School||Average Tuition||Student Teacher Ratio||Enrolled Students|
|Saint Anselm College Manchester, NH||13 : 1||2,033|
|Thomas More College of Liberal Arts Merrimack, NH||15 : 1||88|
|University of New Hampshire at Manchester Manchester, NH||18 : 1||753|
|Rivier University Nashua, NH||36 : 1||2,332|
|Michaels School of Hair Design and Esthetics-Paul Mitchell Partner School Bedford, NH||101|
|Continental Academie of Hair Design-Hudson Hudson, NH||29|
|American Academy of Health and Beauty Manchester, NH||26|
|St Joseph School of Nursing Nashua, NH||8 : 1||107|
|Southern New Hampshire University Manchester, NH||728 : 1||113,514|
|Love Beauty School Inc Manchester, TN||60|
|Manchester Community College Manchester, NH||52 : 1||2,565|
|American School of Nursing and Medical Careers Manchester, NH||111|
|Nashua Community College Nashua, NH||49 : 1||1,516|
|New Hampshire Institute for Therapeutic Arts Hudson, NH||6|