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Expensive Graduate Schools to Attend in New Hampshire

We select the most expensive graduate programs in New Hampshire. Those schools have the most highest tuition & fees besides room, board, and other living expenses. Dartmouth College requires the most expensive graduate tuition & fees of $58,120 in New Hampshire. Franklin Pierce University ($35,600) and University of New Hampshire-Main Campus ($29,970) have the expensive tuition & fees followed by Dartmouth College. We exclude colleges whose programs are focused on certificate, associate, and/or special subjects such as arts and music from the ranking. You may want to check colleges having the lowest graduate tuition & fees in New Hampshire.
Expensive Graduate Schools to Attend in New Hampshire (2019-2020)
NameTuition & FeesAcceptance RateEnrollment
1Dartmouth College
Private (not-for-profit), 4 or more yearsHanover, NH
$58,1208%6,572
2Franklin Pierce University
Private (not-for-profit), 4 or more yearsRindge, NH
$35,60066%2,178
3University of New Hampshire-Main Campus
Public, 4 or more yearsDurham, NH
$29,970
(in-state: $16,330)
84%15,298
4Antioch University-New England
Private (not-for-profit), 4 or more yearsKeene, NH
$22,650-845
5University of New Hampshire at Manchester
Public, 4 or more yearsManchester, NH
$16,018
(in-state: $14,598)
91%750
6New England College
Private (not-for-profit), 4 or more yearsHenniker, NH
$15,764100%2,521
7Plymouth State University
Public, 4 or more yearsPlymouth, NH
$14,550
(in-state: $10,580)
85%5,059
8Keene State College
Public, 4 or more yearsKeene, NH
$12,798
(in-state: $11,862)
88%3,543
9Rivier University
Private (not-for-profit), 4 or more yearsNashua, NH
$11,74575%2,319
10Granite State College
Public, 4 or more yearsConcord, NH
$10,620
(in-state: $9,684)
-2,025