Collier's New Encyclopedia (1921)/New Hampshire College
NEW HAMPSHIRE COLLEGE, an Institution maintained by the State at Durham, N. H., having for its object the promotion of agricultural and scientific education. The courses given are in the arts and sciences, engineering, agriculture, and a two-year course in industrial mechanics. In 1916 a department of education was added. To residents of New Hampshire the tuition is free. The endowment amounts to $940,000, while the net income is $26,000. The college grounds and buildings are valued at $850,000. Students in 1914-1915 numbered 514.