New Hampshire, a state with a population of only just over 1.3 million, is home to 26 colleges, 12 of which are public and 14 private. Most of these schools are located in the southern part of the state, which is more highly populated. For students who are residents of this state, there is an opportunity to take part in the New England Regional Student Program, where they can attend a public college in Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Vermont, Connecticut, or Maine for up to a 175 percent discount of the in-state tuition rate.
Saint Anselm College, located in Goffstown, New Hampshire, is a Catholic liberal arts school with a moderate acceptance rate. Though total costs for the college are high, all students are considered for merit, artistic and need-based grants upon admission to Saint Anselm College. This school is most commonly known for the pre-law, medical and business programs offered, in addition to the theology program.