Scholarship Opportunities

Paul College 2017/2018 Scholarships

Application submissions for 2017/2018 Paul College Scholarships are now closed.

Notification/Acceptance: You will be notified in late April/early May if you have been selected. You will need to reply to accept your award. If your application criteria change from time of application to next academic year (such as major),  you may no longer be eligible to receive the scholarship, since all are based on being in Paul College and/or a specific major.

 Important Deadlines

  • March 1 - FAFSA completion (as it may affect eligibility requirements).
  • March 5 - Paul College Scholarship Application deadline.
  • May 5 - Notification to all students about application status/award of scholarship.

Peter T. Paul Scholars

UNH alumnus Peter T. Paul funded these scholarships to support and recognize the most academically promising students majoring in business administration, economics and hospitality management. When you apply* to major in academic programs at Paul College, you are automatically considered and notified at the time of admission. The $5,000 scholarships are awarded in addition to other UNH merit aid. They may be renewed annually for up to four years provided you maintain academic standards detailed in the offer letter.

*Apply to UNH Admissions by Feb. 1 to be considered for the Peter T. Paul Scholars scholarships (no separate scholarship application process).

Competitive applicants for this award generally:

  • Rank in the top 15% of their graduating class (or equivalent level for unranked schools, as determined by GPA and/or information on the school profile)
  • Show a strong college preparatory curriculum and consistent achievement
  • Achieve standardized test scores of 1860+ SAT / 27+ ACT composite

These are minimum criteria to be considered for the Peter T. Paul Scholarship. Meeting the minimum criteria does not guarantee an award as the pool of applicants is competitive and the number of scholarships limited.

Additional benefits for this select group of scholars include, but are not limited to:

  • Expanded academic and career readiness support from academic advisors and Paul College career counselors.
  • Priority access to hands-on collaborative research opportunities with faculty mentors.
  • The option to join a designated living/learning community in a residence hall near the Paul College building.
National / International Fellowships and Scholarships

The UNH Fellowships Office provides information, counsel, and editorial support to highly motivated students (undergraduates, graduate students, and UNH alumni) applying for national and international fellowships and scholarships. The Office, located at 207 Hood House, also assists faculty members who serve as mentors/references, and coordinates campus interviews and nominations.