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At Paul College, we're focused on helping you acquire new knowledge, skills and experiences that not only will prepare you for your career, but also help you discover your passion and purpose. Our world-class faculty will open your eyes and minds to new ways of thinking, and your classmates will challenge you to rise to your very best. You worked hard to get here, and we'll work just as hard to help you find success.

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Undergraduate Programs
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Graduate Programs
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Executive Programs
  • Forbes highlights The Rines Angel Fund in its coverage on women entrepreneurs
    The Rines Angel Fund, students Aidan Kittredge and Kelsie Dawe and Professor Jeffrey Sohl are featured in a Forbes column on creating a pipeline of women venture capitalists. Forbes writer Geri Stengel recently penned a column on women venture capitalists and the challenges presented by Covid-19 as...
    Forbes highlights The Rines Angel Fund in its coverage on women entrepreneurs
    The Rines Angel Fund, students Aidan Kittredge and Kelsie Dawe and Professor Jeffrey Sohl are featured in a Forbes column on creating a pipeline of women venture capitalists. Forbes writer Geri Stengel recently penned a column on women venture capitalists and the challenges presented by Covid-19 as...
  • Q&A with Rylee Leonard '20, '21G, Full-Time MBA
    Rylee Leonard earned her undergraduate degree at UNH in speech pathology and audiology. After launching her own food truck company her sophomore year, she realized she had an interest in business and the one-year MBA provided her the...
    Q&A with Rylee Leonard '20, '21G, Full-Time MBA
    Rylee Leonard earned her undergraduate degree at UNH in speech pathology and audiology. After launching her own food truck company her sophomore year, she realized she had an interest in business and the one-year MBA provided her the...
  • Q&A with Madeline Moynihan '20, '21G, M.S. Accounting
    Madeline Moynihan earned her undergraduate degree in business administration with an accounting option at Paul College and decided to take advantage of the accelerated MSA program. Her goal: set herself apart from other potential job candidates and be better...
    Q&A with Madeline Moynihan '20, '21G, M.S. Accounting
    Madeline Moynihan earned her undergraduate degree in business administration with an accounting option at Paul College and decided to take advantage of the accelerated MSA program. Her goal: set herself apart from other potential job candidates and be better...
  • Q&A with Megan Elwell '20, '21G, M.S. Accounting
    Megan Elwell earned her bachelor's degree in business administration at Paul College, dual-optioning in accounting and finance. She decided to go directly into graduate school to gain a deeper knowledge of the field to be fully prepared to sit for the CPA exam. Tell us a bit about yourself, and why...
    Q&A with Megan Elwell '20, '21G, M.S. Accounting
    Megan Elwell earned her bachelor's degree in business administration at Paul College, dual-optioning in accounting and finance. She decided to go directly into graduate school to gain a deeper knowledge of the field to be fully prepared to sit for the CPA exam. Tell us a bit about yourself, and why...
  • Rines Angel Fund natural fit for Aidan Kittredge '21
    As a UNH freshman and economics major, she had learned about the Rines Angel Fund through Paul College’s First-Year Innovation and Research Experience program, and it spoke to her passion for creating innovative opportunities for others.
    Rines Angel Fund natural fit for Aidan Kittredge '21
    As a UNH freshman and economics major, she had learned about the Rines Angel Fund through Paul College’s First-Year Innovation and Research Experience program, and it spoke to her passion for creating innovative opportunities for others.