UNH-4U students Garrett and Andrew pose for a photo in front of the UNH football field


The mission of UNH-4U is to support students with intellectual disability to achieve academic, life, and career goals.

UNH-4U supports students through a person-centered planning process, individualized courses of study, immersion in college life, and meaningful employment supports. UNH-4U also works to increase access to higher education for students with intellectual disability across the state of New Hampshire.


Come to an information session to learn more about UNH-4U and applying for the 2024-2025 school year.

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Fall 2024 application is now live. For more information on the UNH-4U application process:

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This project is made available with generous support provided by New Hampshire Vocational Rehabilitation, NH Council on Developmental Disabilities, the John Vance ACCESS Fund of New Hampshire Charitable Foundation, and the Think College National Coordinating Center. UNH-4U is part of the federal model demonstration program, Transition and Postsecondary Programs for Students with Intellectual Disability, or TPSID.