Master Plan provides vision of future at UNH

July 1995
New Hampshire Business Review;7/7/95, Vol. 17 Issue 14, p19A
Reports on the campus Comprehensive Master Plan of the University of New Hampshire. Student population of the University of New Hampshire; Division of the Master Plan into five-year segments; Federal funding for the project; Elements of the Master Plan.


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