New Hampshire has a number of colleges and universities with different qualities that should be considered. From a safety standpoint, Dartmouth University beats out St. Anselm College with a safety score of 98.8 out of 100 to 97.4 out of 100.

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When determining the best overall college or university in New Hampshire, including multiple factors such as quality of education, safety, cost and student reviews – Dartmouth University scores highest with a 98.4 out of 100 score, followed by University of New Hampshire (90.4) and St. Anselm College (88.4). For more detailed information on particular schools select from the list below:

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