UNH has a strong forensic science program and strong legal studies program; albeit, if your daughter is interested in computer science I would highly recommend Carnegie Mellon, University of Virginia or Virginia Tech. There are many issues with this university that I think should be reconciled and addressed before one decides to attend this university.The University of New Haven isn’t exactly an intellectual university- the University of Connecticut and Quinnipiac are ranked significantly higher. The student body does not exactly comprise the most talented and intelligent students either.The campus is clearly underfunded and resources at the university are atrocious. Surprisingly, the quality of professors at this university is a saving grace despite its asymmetric cohort. This University attracts a minority of genuine and highly qualified professors because it happens to be close to Yale. I myself had strictly Ivy-League educated professors, which I wouldn’t trade for the world. It’s not the best university around but if you’re a talented individual then you can certainly make it work. Top legal studies students at this university have gone on to attend U.Va, Tulane and George Washington Law school. I myself have transferred to the latter and am grateful for the supererogatory preparation provided by UNH’s legal studies program. Luckily, I profited from a genuine experience and yielded an incredible education from this university. If your daughter decides to attend this university, I sincerely hope she has the fortune of being instructed by a certain group of professors: Douglas Ficek, Brian Marks, Karen Redlich and last but certainly the opposite of least Donna-Decker Morris (Yale Law J.D). Good luck!