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« on: September 21, 2009, 11:43:08 pm »

I've been researching ways to gain a foothold in NH, and this seems like my best bet. I'm aiming to get a Culinary Arts degree, and this is one of the few of such schools that provides housing.

Has anyone here attended that can give some feedback, negative or positive? I'd like to know most about the quality of their culinary program, but anything will suffice.

And any comments on Manchester itself? Specifically, would it be viable to live without owning a car?
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Re: Southern New Hampshire University
« Reply #1 on: September 22, 2009, 12:04:12 am »

I lived in Manchester for four years.  I had occasions where I was without a car--or the car was in the shop.  You can still get around, and there are plenty of shops and stores open.  You may be looking at long walks if you're no where near Elm Street, but a car is not absolutely necessary.  If you're planning on going to SNHU, I'd get something right on Elm that's close to Murphy's Taproom.  Manchester has several different colleges, and you may find something that you like better than SNHU.

You might also consider UNH-Durham (1-3 degrees colder than Manchester in winter), though don't expect great parking or commuter options.  Durham is notorious for its parking situation, but most of the people there (professors and admin) are pretty nice.  I couldn't tell you about the Manchester schools first hand.
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