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I’M HAVING A FANTASTIC TIME AT UNH!

The spring trimester started on April 1st and is now in full swing. So much is happening on-campus (or “OC” as I like to call it) that I can’t keep up. Things are particularly jumping at ChargerRec. Hats off to the students who run it. The place is clean, organized, and well maintained. The rules […]

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Preparing for the Job and Internship Fair Experience

When I received an email from the Career Development Center (CDC) for the Job and Internship Fair, I was excited, but when I saw the list of companies attending the fair I was nervous. The registered companies included names like Coca-Cola, Nestlé, Target, Verizon Wireless, Diesel, Mohegan Sun and many more. I wondered how to […]

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Leave a Trail: An education student’s reflections on graduate study

The end is in sight.  At least in terms of my graduate student career at UNH. That’s not to say I haven’t enjoyed every bit of my program here as a graduate student in the Education program.  I have taken the non-traditional route of study. I have completed my program on a part-time basis and […]

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Online Class Experience

“I am not going to take an online class.” That was my answer when some of my classmates told me about the availability of online courses. As a Graduate Full Time student, I need at least 9 credits to be considered full time. All my classes have been once a week which means most of […]

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SNOW DAYS; MIDTERMS; RESEARCH

For us, the students in the UNH taxation program, the trimester is winding down. I have already suffered through my midterm examination in Taxation of Business Entities (also known as Corporations I), and I now face my final exam in early March. Mixed in with general studying to prepare myself in my future career and […]

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Why UNH????

Heya future graduate students. Continuing on the previous blogs, I would like to share my views on our university. I am Amy, currently pursuing my graduate degree in Masters of Engineering and Operations Management.  So why choose UNH? Because it’s easy to adjust to this small campus. There’s also a sense of belonging and it’s […]

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Paying for Graduate School…. Graduate Assistantships!

As we all know, one of the biggest struggles in higher education is paying for it. Just how are we going to make all of our ends meet?! Since UNH cares greatly about their graduate students, there are a plethora of “Graduate Assistantships” available for graduate students to apply to. Graduate Assistantships cover partial tuition […]

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The Career Development Center Experience

Before I started studying at UNH, I was a student at the English as a Second Language (ELS) Center at Boston University. When I came to the U.S., I decided to change my career path in the health care industry since I have a bachelor’s degree in physical therapy, but I was lost about what […]

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Breaking In

Being from out-of-town and having spent the summer in southwest Missouri, I was unable to attend any open houses or the accepted student days. So, when I arrived in CT in mid-August, I wasn’t too sure what to expect. I knew from all the emails I received throughout the summer that UNH was going to […]

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INTRODUCTING LYNN!

Hello! If you are looking at this blog, then you may be considering continuing your education at one of the graduate schools at the University of New Haven. I can tell you ― from experience ― that the graduate schools at UNH are some of the best in the country. You will not be making […]

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