2021 Best Colleges in New Hampshire by Salary Score
We ranked colleges in New Hampshire by Salary Score to determine which schools in the state produce the highest-paid graduates. The Salary Score was calculated by comparing median alumni earnings a year after graduation from a major at one school to the same major at all colleges in the U.S. The scores by major were then combined to provide one overall bachelor's degree score for each school. The top school in New Hampshire by Salary Score is Dartmouth College, which is also #5 on our 2021 Best Colleges in the U.S. by Salary Score list.
To be considered for our state rankings, schools must offer and provide data for at least 8 bachelor's programs. This list includes all eligible schools in New Hampshire. You can click on a school's name to view individual program scores. Read our methodology to learn more about how schools were ranked.
|Rank||School||Annual Tuition||Salary Score|
|#1||Dartmouth College Hanover||Hanover||$57,638||98.84|
|#2||Saint Anselm College Manchester||Manchester||$41,800||79.27|
|#3||University of New Hampshire-Main Campus Durham||Durham||$18,879||74.57|
|#4||Franklin Pierce University Rindge||Rindge||$39,100||65.43|
|#5||Rivier University Nashua||Nashua||$33,540||57.89|
|#6||Plymouth State University Plymouth||Plymouth||$14,440||49.88|
|#7||Colby-Sawyer College New London||New London||$43,646||49.28|
|#8||Keene State College Keene||Keene||$14,568||40.36|
|#9||New England College Henniker||Henniker||$38,670||37.11|