Reports & Statistics

What Does Community Mean to You?

planning cycle: ideas, vision, think, create

The Community Task Force, comprising students, faculty and staff from all three campuses,  developed community conversations using the theme “Conversations at the Crossroads: Critical Thinking and Critical Caring for Our Community.” These conversations asked us all to consider the question: What can we do together to sustain a robust learning community that is safe, inclusive and equitable for all? 

Read the Report and Key Findings

UNH Today sat down with Jaime Nolan to find out more and learn what comes next.

"We’re going to take what we’ve learned and create an action plan — a meaningful action plan that has lines of accountability. We’re moving into phase two for the task force, which will be charged with doing this through the spring and summer. The action plan will guide our execution of the important work to come."   Read the article

 

2010-2020 Inclusive Excellence Strategic Plan [pdf]

"Inclusive Excellence at the University of New Hampshire refers to the achievement of institutional excellence through a sustained intentional, dynamic, and interactive engagement across a fully diverse campus in all phases of university life (curricular, co-curricular, research, and outreach). Only with an equitable inclusion of diverse peoples, perspectives, and pedagogies can optimal teaching, inquiry, artistic development, and learning occur. Inclusion is an integral part of any just and stable community, but given its unique institutional character and goals, the university cannot achieve excellence without inclusiveness. Only by such means can we secure shared knowledge, understanding, appreciation, and utilization of humanity’s rich diversity."  (from the Inclusive Excellence Strategic Plan)

2015 UNH Strategic Plan, Office of the President

"Diversity is increasing in New Hampshire. The state is becoming more racially and ethnically diverse" - read more  - report from Carsey Institute

UNH Student Demographic Data

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