Community Resource Guide

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4-H Teen Conference

A Summer Learning Experience for Youths Ages 14 through Grade 12

Offered through UNH Cooperative Extension, the statewide 4-H Teen Conference is for students ages 14 through Grade 12. Teens from across the state participate in four days packed with activities including half day and full day workshops on a multitude of topics and interests. Community service projects are included, as are opportunities for leadership development.

» 4-H

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Active Retirement Association

Educational and Cultural Enrichment Programs for More than 250 Active Members

The Association offers numerous opportunities to enrich the intellectual, social, and cultural lives of members. We encourage our members to take a fresh look at themselves, their world, and the possibilities that await them. Remember -- Curiosity Never Retires!

» Active Retirement Association

Phone: (603) 343-1004
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Actuarial Review Sessions

Actuarial Training and Examinations

The Department of Mathematics and Statistics administers exams and review sessions for U.S. Society of Actuaries twice each year.

» Department of Mathematics and Statistics

Phone: (603) 862-2320
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Adult and Occupational Education Program

Career Advice for High School Students and Adults

Helps you identify your personal strengths, career interests, and how to prepare to succeed in your career.

» Adult and Occupational Education

Phone: (603) 862-2371
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Affirmative Action and Equity

Promotes issues of equity, diversity and affirmative action

Oversees the University's compliance efforts with affirmative action, Title IX, disability laws and regulations, equal employment laws, and campus initiatives aimed at creating a diverse, welcoming and equitable campus.

» Affirmative Action and Equity

Phone: (603) 862-2930 (voice/tty)
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Agriculture, Food & the Environment

A one-week, overnight program for high school students ages 15-17. The program will introduce students to the exciting world of agriculture science. Explorations will include the impacts of agriculture on the environment along with the many ways UNH researchers are working to lessen these impacts. Students will also learn how UNH is working to become a truly sustainable university. Themes will include local food and nutrition, and camp culminates with a meal prepared by students using fresh local ingredients. Participants will gain a heightened understanding of where their food comes from and the many structures in place which enable food to arrive to consumers’ plates.

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American Red Cross CPR and First Aid Courses

Save a Life!

Looking for new job skills, want to increase your personal safety awareness or want to become an instructor? These CPR and First Aid classes could help you save a life and/or teach others the same skills. Registration is online.

» Campus Recreation

Phone: (603) 862-4515
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AMTRAK Downeaster Service

Connecting Durham to Points North and South

Amtrak's service connects UNH-Durham to Portland, Maine, and Boston North Station with four round trip trains daily.

Phone: 1-800-USA-RAIL
Phone: (207) 780-1000


Group and private swim lessons are offered in the summer and throughout the academic year.

» Campus Recreation

Phone: 603-862-0845
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Art Camp - Summer Art Camp for Children

Art Camp

The UNH Museum of Art offers visual arts classes for Grades 2 – 8 and pre-college intensives for Grades 9 – 12 in July. Classes are half-day for one week and include art, clay & wheel work, photography, art history, and painting. Studio art showcases of student work are held on Friday of each week.

» Museum of Art

Phone: 603-862-3713
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Athletic Summer Camps

Overnight and day camps are available in many different sports for kids ages 6 and up to learn new skills and strategies or improve current skills. Both skill instruction and game play is included.

» UNH Athletics

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CAT-CH the UNH Spirit

UNH athletic teams compete in 20 NCAA-sponsored men's and women's sports.

» UNH Athletics

Phone: (603) 862-3838
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Barry Conservation 4-H Camps

A Summer Learning Experience for Youths Ages 8-17

These camps are held at the Berlin Fish Hatchery in White Mountain National Forest are great for kids who love the outdoors, enjoy hands-on learning in environmental and conservation programs, and can benefit from a smaller camp.

» 4-H

Phone: (603) 862-2184
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Bedrock Bioremediation Center

Multidisciplinary Research

Cutting-edge research available to federal, state, and local regulatory agencies and environmental consultants.

» Bedrock Bioremediation Center

Phone: (603) 862-1422
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Belize-UNH Teacher Program

An International, Experiential Learning Opportunity

Get international experience working with teachers and students from Belize, investigate different cultures and explore the local environment including the rain forest and Mayan ruins. (4 credit course)

» UNH Department of Education

Phone: (603) 862-2310 or (603) 926-9136
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Boat-based Educational Activities

Learning About Our Coastal Waters Through Hands-On Experiences

Help middle- and high-school students learn about our coastal waters through boat cruises and other opportunities.

» UNH Sea Grant Extension

Phone: (603) 862-6702
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Browne Center, The

Team Building and Leadership Development Through Action Learning

Organizations ranging from local school groups to Fortune 100 companies have received training from the Browne Center. Annually, 9,000 participants engage in year-round training programs.

» The Browne Center

Phone: (603) 868-1772
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Cambridge Summer Program

An Educational Experience You Won't Forget

An unforgettable summer educational experience in England at fabled Cambridge University. Classes are in English studies and history for adults of all ages.

» COLA Center for Study Abroad

Phone: (603) 862-3962
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Camp Wildcat

A Summer Day Camp for Kids

A day camp for youth in Grades 1 – 7. Campers will have a chance to explore nature and the environment, participate in sports, learn new skills and crafts, make new friends, and have fun while being active in the summer! Seven weeks of camp are split into two 2-week sessions, 2 Travel weeks, and an Outdoor Adventure Week

» Campus Recreation

Phone: 603-862-2031
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Campus Recreation

Club sports, intramural sports, fitness and wellness, aquatics, outdoor adventures

Hamel Recreation Center is home to the campus fitness center, court sports, and all your recreational needs.

» Campus Recreation

Phone: (603) 862-2031
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Carbon Solutions New England

Initiatives include collective actions to achieve a clean, secure energy future; scientific, policy and economic analysis related to promoting clean energy and lowering greenhouse gas emissions in the region.

» Carbon Solutions New England

Phone: 603-862-2329
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Cardiac Rehabilitation Program

A Physician-Referred Exercise Training Program

Designed for patients with cardiovascular disease.

» Department of Kinesiology

Phone: (603) 862-0597
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Celebrity Series

Professional Music, Dance and Theater

A series of outstanding performances that feature emerging and world-renowned artists in music, theater, dance, and opera.

» UNH Celebrity Series

Phone: (603) 862-3242
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Center for Academic Resources

Academic Resources for Undergraduate Students

Assists undergraduate students in achieving their academic potential and in maximizing their educational experience at UNH.

» The Center for Academic Resources

Phone: (603) 862-3698
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Center for Family Business

Supports Families in Business

Supports owners and managers of family-owned businesses through workshops on ownership, entrepreneurship, operations, and other topics.

» Center for Family Business

Phone: (603) 862-1107
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Center for Freshwater Biology

An Ongoing Effort to Preserve New Hampshire's Lakes

Provides information, training, and assistance to the state in developing management programs for freshwater resources.

» Center for Freshwater Biology

Phone: (603) 862-2105
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Center for Graduate and Professional Studies

An Educational Resource for Professionals

Offers post-baccalaureate programs for professionals in business, counseling, education, social services, health care, government, and related fields.

» Center for Graduate and Professional Studies

Phone: (603) 641-4313
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Center for Health Enhancement

Health Risk Screening and Education on Preventing Common Chronic Diseases

Services include: dietary analysis, body composition testing, body water testing, blood pressure, blood cholesterol and glucose testing, energy metabolism testing, and professional advice in managing personal body weight and maintaining health.

» Animal and Nutritional Sciences

Phone: (603) 862-0248
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Center for International Education

Fosters the Growth of International Engagement

Lectures, events, and special academic programs bring the world to Durham.

» Center for International Education

Phone: (603) 862-4788
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Center for the Humanities

Shares the University's Intellectual Capital with N.H. Residents

Public programs supporting faculty research, curriculum development, summer institutes for New Hampshire teachers, and more.

» Center for the Humanities

Phone: (603) 862-4356
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Center for Venture Research

An Information Resource for Investors

Provides public access to research studies in the area of early stage equity financing of entrepreneurial ventures.

» Peter T. Paul College of Business and Economics

Phone: (603) 862-3341
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Child Study and Development Center

UNH Child Care and Nursery programs

The center is nationally accredited and offers high quality part-time nursery programs (2-4 years-old) and a full-day kindergarten program to families in the Seacoast community. In addition, full-day infant through preschool programs are available for UNH affiliated families. Admissions forms and information are available at our website.

» Child Study and Development Center

Phone: (603) 862-2835
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Classical Lecture Series

To Enhance Awareness of the Classics

The Professor John C. Rouman Classical Lecture Series enhances awareness of the classics through public lectures by internationally recognized speakers and scholars.

Phone: (603) 862-3522
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College Woods

A Living Laboratory

College Woods offers hundreds of acres of educational and recreational space all year round.

» Office of Woodlands and Natural Areas

Phone: (603) 862-1700
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Community & Economic Development

Community & Economic Development

UNHCE provides information, educational programs, and technical assistance to strengthen local businesses, grow the economy, foster strong communities, and steward the state’s agricultural and natural resources.

» UNH Cooperative Extension

Phone: 603-862-0316
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Community Fitness Testing Program

State-of-the-Art Testing and Interpretation Services

Testing and interpretation of functional capacity, body composition, and general fitness.

» Department of Kinesiology

Phone: (603) 862-1830
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Community Service and Leadership Program

Combines Hands-On Community Outreach with Academic Study

This associate degree/diploma program is a resource for community and nonprofit organizations looking for interns and/or support.

» Thompson School of Applied Science

Phone: (603) 862-1064
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Computer Camp - EPIC

A one-week afternoon program for kids entering Grades 4-6. Students will learn computational thinking and programming through games, challenging puzzles and visual programming. Lego Mindstorm robots will be built and programmed.

» Computer Science

Phone: 603-862-2980
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Connors Writing Center

Conferences and Seminars Designed to Improve Writing Skills

Conferences with qualified writing consultants on all aspects of improving writing skills.

» Connors Writing Center

Phone: (603) 862-3272
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Continuing Education

Provides Credit and Noncredit Courses, Part-Time Degrees, Professional Seminars, Career Certificates, and Enrichment Courses

Choose from hundreds of courses.

» Continuing Education

Phone: 603-862-4234
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Cooperative Extension

Putting Knowledge and Research to Work in Our Local Communities

Ten county outreach offices provide information on agriculture, forestry and wildlife, family development, 4-H youth development, food and nutrition, environmental management, and community development.

» UNH Cooperative Extension

Phone: (603) 749-4445
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Counseling Center

Outreach Education on Emotional and Psychological Health

Staff members of the Counseling Center provide outreach education on emotional and psychological health to local schools and groups.

» Counseling Center

Phone: (603) 862-2090
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Crimes Against Children Research Center

Conducts High Quality Research Concerning the Welfare of Children

Combat crimes against children through high-quality research and statistics about the nature and impact of crimes against children.

» Crimes Against Children Research Center

Phone: (603) 862-2761
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Culinary Camp

The Thompson School of Applied Science offers two week-long day camps of Kids Culinary Camp in its commercially licensed kitchen facility on the UNH Durham campus. Kids explore basic cooking and baking techniques with varied regional offerings.

» Thompson School of Applied Science

Phone: 603-862-3626
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Dairy Teaching and Research Center

Tour the Center or Just Stop in to Visit the Animals

Visitors to the Thomas P. Fairchild Dairy Teaching and Research Center can view 100 milking cows, tour the state-of-the-art facility, and participate in a variety of workshops.

» Dairy Teaching and Research Center

Phone: (603) 862-1027
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Day of the Coast Celebration

Environmental Learning for Students Grades 1-8

A day of customized activities designed to help elementary and middle school students and teachers augment their environmental curriculum.

» UNH Sea Grant Extension

Phone: (603) 862-6702
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Dietetic Internship

Providing Extensive Learning Experiences

A full-time program that fulfills an Accredited Dietetic Internship requirement, with eligibility to sit for the Registration Examination for Dietitians.

» Department of Animal and Nutritional Sciences

Phone: (603) 862-4723
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Discovery Program

University Dialogue

Each year a theme is chosen as the topic for programs, integrating in and out of class learning, and community deliberation.

» Discovery Program

Phone: (603) 862-0130
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Durham, Town of

Town of Durham

Long-time residents and those new to the area will benefit from the wealth of local business, civic, and other information.

» Town of Durham, NH

Phone: (603) 868-5571
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Educational Talent Search

Opens Doors for First Generation College-Bound Youths

Fully funded by the U.S. Department of Education and is offered at no cost to eligible participants in grades 6-12. Specific services include academic advising, career planning, college information, and financial aid counseling.

» Educational Talent Search

Phone: (603) 862-1562
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Pet Related Services for Elderly Pet Owners

ElderPet facilitates the Human/Animal Bond with the Elderly, People with Disabilities, Hospice Families, and Patients of Health Care Facilities by providing them with pet care support, pet food, and Animal Assisted Activity visits. ElderPet also provides Pet Partner workshops and evaluations for volunteer teams.

» Elderpet

Phone: (603) 767-6856
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Electrical and Computer Engineering Industrial Advisory Board

Strengthens Industry Through Technical Engineering

Resources available through the UNH Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE).

» Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering

Phone: (603) 862-1324
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Engineeristas – Girls and Engineering

A one-week camp for girls entering grades 6 & 7. Focus is on a wide range of engineering including environmental, marine, mechanical, material, and computer science. Campers participate in field trips and develop a project based on their own interests


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English as a Second Language Institute

Offering a Helping Hand with Language Skills

Offers courses in English for those who want to bring their English language ability to a level that will allow them to pursue university studies.

» Department of English

Phone: (603) 862-3714
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Environmental Research Group

A Resource for New Hampshire Municipalities

Works with communities, businesses, and state and federal agencies in the areas of drinking water treatment, site remediation, waste utilization, and other concerns.

» Environmental Research Group

Phone: (603) 862-4334
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Executive Development Programs

Short-Term Training Programs for Senior-Level Managers

Custom training programs designed to develop mid- to senior-level managers' decision-making and management skills.

» Peter T. Paul College of Business and Economics

Phone: (603) 862-5203
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Faculty Experts Resource

Matching Media Needs to Faculty Expertise

UNH Media Relations refers all media to the faculty member best able to meet their needs.

» Media Relations

Phone: (603) 862-1567
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Family Boat Building Program

A Project for the Whole Family

Offers adults and children 12 and over a chance to work together and build a 12 foot skiff in two days.

» UNH Marine Docents

Phone: (603) 862-6702
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Family Research Laboratory

Resource on Issues Related to Family Violence

Houses the Family Violence Research Program, the first and only research program concerned with all aspects of family violence.

» Family Research Laboratory

Phone: (603) 862-2761
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Fitness/Wellness Programs

A Great Way to Stay Healthy!

Stay fit and healthy with a variety of group fitness classes including but not limited to; cardio boxing, step, Zumba ™, indoor cycling, water fitness, strength and conditioning, personal fitness training, national fitness instructor certifications, Pilates, yoga, massage therapy, and more! Classes are a part of the Recreation Center membership or pay the daily facility guest fee.

» Campus Recreation

Phone: (603) 862-4515
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Food Solutions New England

A regional food systems learning-action network dedicated to advancing a sustainable New England food system.

The FSNE network is organized around four interrelated activities: A New England Food Vision, a bold vision that calls for our region to build the capacity to produce at least 50% of food in an environmentally and socially sustainable manner, that promotes health and is accessible by all New Englanders by 2060; New England state food planning initiatives; Annual New England food summits and topical workshops; Related analysis, communication and visualization. The UNH Sustainability Institute serves as the backbone organization for FSNE. Since its inception in 2006, FSNE has advanced its mission by linking a common agenda, shared measurement, continuous communication, and synergistic activities.

» Sustainability Institute

Phone: 603-862-5040
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Foreign Film Series

Entertainment in a Variety of Languages

Each semester up to 21 foreign films, from Chinese to Portuguese, are shown in the MUB theater.

» Department of Languages, Literature, and Cultures

Phone: (603) 862-3769
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Fraternities and Sororities

Student Volunteers Strengthen the Local Community

Twelve fraternities and sororities provide volunteer assistance to the community, including clean-up projects and staffing of local fund-raising events.

» Greek Affairs

Phone: 603.862.1586
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French Camp

Department of Languages, Literatures, and Cultures

The French Summer Camp at UNH is a non-residential program for teens 13-17, sponsored by the Department of Languages, Literatures, and Cultures. Experienced University language professors lead the camp's cultural and linguistic daily activities. The students' morning French classes are divided into two groups, beginner and advanced, while all participants gather together for the afternoon cultural workshops. The classes focus on developing listening, speaking, reading and writing skills through both individual and group projects. Our cultural workshop themes include: French cuisine, with a demonstration by a French chef; African traditions, with an introduction to African drums and dance; francophone media, where participants explore a wide variety of francophone music, newspapers and movies, and create their own cartoon, movie or journal; sports and games, where we explore some unique French leisure activities; New England’s francophone heritage, which explores New Hampshire as a fra

» College of Liberal Arts

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Fruit Pest Update Line

Advises Local Gardeners and Produce Growers

A free phone line that plays a 3 to 4 minute message about the current situation with fruit pests. This service is updated every Tuesday and operates March 30th to Sept 10th, and runs continuously, 24/7.

» UNH Cooperative Extension

Phone: (603) 862-3763
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Future Leaders Institute

FLI: Money, Greed, Corruption. A one or two week residential camp for students in Grades 9 – 12. Participants will study the relationship between money, greed, and corruption in ancient and modern life. Days will include interactive in-class work with discussion and debate of classic and contemporary views; evenings will include films, discussion, and outdoor activities.

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Geospatial Technologies

Offers State-of-the-Art Technologies

Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and Global Positioning Systems (GPS) technologies for use in mapping trails, wells, and other natural, historical, and recreational resources.

» UNH Cooperative Extension

Phone: (603) 862-0107
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Great Bay Coast Watch

Volunteers Working to Preserve Our Great Bay and Coastal Waters

Teachers, health and business professionals, homemakers, retirees, and students are trained to monitor the health of the Great Bay Estuary.

» UNH Sea Grant Extension

Phone: (603) 862-6702
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Greenhouse Complex

Lectures and the Spring Tour Inspire Plant Lovers

Tour the Greenhouse Complex, including the Plant Conservatory, home to exotic tropical plants. A plant lover's paradise.

» UNH Greenhouse Complex

Phone: (603) 862-2061
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Hamel Recreation Center

A State-of-the-Art Health Club Facility

State-of-the-art fitness center features more than 100 stations of cardiovascular and weight training equipment, jogging track, racquetball courts, group fitness studios, and much more. Open to the community for memberships.

» Campus Recreation

Phone: (603) 862-4515
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Health Education and Promotion

Addresses Contemporary Public Health Issues

Provides educational outreach programming to local schools, community, and business organizations addressing individual and community health.

» UNH Health Services

Phone: (603) 862-3823
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Homecoming Road Race

A Special Event for Hundreds of Area Runners

The annual homecoming 5k-road race welcomes community residents, UNH alumni, students, faculty, and staff. Sponsored by area businesses, the race offers cash, merchandise awards, and refreshments. Registration is online each year.

» Campus Recreation

Phone: (603) 862-4515
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Horse Barns and The Smith Equine Center

Attend a Show, Take a Tour, or Visit the Horses

The University houses approximately 52 horses that may be visited daily between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. The University hosts two horse trials and a dressage show each year.

» Biological Sciences

Phone: 603-862-1356
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Hospitality Management Summer Program

A one-week residential program for students entering Grade 12. Participants will be introduced to the hospitality industry through presentations, hands-on experience, guest speakers, computer simulations, and visits to restaurants and hotels.

» Peter T. Paul College of Business and Economics

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Insect Collection

Provides Insect Identifications and Information

Insect identification and information through one of New England's largest insect collections, with more than 600,000 specimens and 12,000 New Hampshire species.

» Department of Biological Sciences

Phone: (603) 862-1735
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Institute on Disability

The Institute on Disability promotes full access, equal opportunities, and participation for all persons by strengthening communities and advancing policy and systems change, promising practices, education, and research.

Works with students and faculty, conducts statewide training, participates in grant-funded demonstration projects, conducts research, disseminates information, and engages in partnerships with other statewide organizations.

» Institute on Disability/UCED

Phone: 603-862-2300
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Integrated Pest Management Program

Advises Local Gardeners and Produce Growers

Pest management techniques and resources.

» UNH Cooperative Extension

Phone: (603) 862-3763
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International Private Enterprise Center

Generates Economic Growth

Brings together government, businesses, and educators to foster economic growth.

» Whittemore School of Business and Economics

Phone: (603) 862-3354
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IOL Paid Internship Program

The UNH Interoperability Lab (IOL) hosts ambitious students entering Grade 12 for its summer paid internship program. Interns gain invaluable experience working with global networking companies through hands-on, problem-solving work and visits to high-tech corporations.

» InterOperability Laboratory

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Jackson Estuarine Laboratory

Research that Supports Environmental Projects Throughout the World

Located on the shores of the Great Bay Estuary, the lab is ideally suited for estuarine research.

» School of Marine Science & Ocean Engineering

Phone: (603) 862-5127
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Jazz Series

Paradise for Jazz Lovers

Celebrates jazz with performances by jazz greats.

» Music Department

Phone: (603) 862-2404
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Jobs at UNH

A Listing of Employment Opportunities at the University

View or apply for positions at UNH online.

» Human Resources

Phone: (603) 862-0501
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Justice Studies Program

Fosters Knowledge About the Criminal and Civil Legal Systems

Sponsors a monthly colloquium series by UNH and other faculty.

» Justice Studies Program

Phone: (603) 862-1716
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Innovations in Criminal Justice

Justiceworks offers an array of balanced, non-partisan services addressing issues in crime, safety, security, and the administration of justice.

» Justiceworks

Phone: (603) 862-1957
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Kids Eager for Engineering Program with Elementary Research-based Science

KEEPERS is a week-long, half-day experience that acquaints elementary students with the various engineering fields. Activities are designed to assist the development of inquiry and design skills. Students explore fun, real science concepts, and engage in hands-on, minds-on engineering challenges.

» The Leitzel Center

Phone: 603-862-0718
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Lakes Lay Monitoring Project

Statewide Volunteers Assist in Gathering Water-Quality Data

An internationally recognized volunteer monitoring program with more than 500 volunteers who monitor water quality in over 100 lakes and assist in participatory research projects.

» New Hampshire Water Resources Research Center

Phone: (603) 862-3848
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Land and Water Conservation Program

Assistance to N.H. Communities and Conservation Groups

Assists New Hampshire communities and private conservation groups with land and water conservation planning.

» UNH Cooperative Extension

Phone: (603) 364-5324
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Learning Through Teaching Program

Learning Through Teaching Program

Learning Through Teaching (LTT) is an innovative, in-service program designed to help teachers of grades K-12 meet their individual goals in teaching reading, writing, and literature. It is unique because it brings teacher education to the site of instruction—the teacher's school and classroom. The LTT program also hosts annual workshops with significant keynote speakers who are specialists in the field of literacy and writing.

» English Department

Phone: (603) 862-4253
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Linguistic Colloquium Series

A Speakers' Series for Those Interested in Language Issues

A public series for those interested in language and linguistics.

» Linguistic Program

Phone: (603) 862-3714
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Little Red Wagon

Department of Theatre and Dance

Little Red Wagon is a children's theatre summer touring troupe appropriate for families and children (PK-6th grade).

» College of Liberal Arts

Phone: (603) 862-2919

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Marine Docent Program

A Learning Opportunity for Volunteers Who Love the Sea

An organization of volunteers from all walks of life dedicated to the conservation and wise use of marine resources.

» University of New Hampshire Marine Docents

Phone: (603) 862-6702
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Marine Environmental Science

A two-week residential program for students who have completed Grades 10 – 12 held at the Shoals Marine Lab on Appledore Island off the coast of Portsmouth, NH. Focus is on coastal marine habitats, with an emphasis on issues as they relate to global habitats and concerns. Learning is through lab exercises, field work, explorations, and excursions to neighboring islands. Students can earn 3 college credits.

» Shoals Marine Laboratory

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Marriage and Family Therapy Center

Provides Team-Based Counseling Services

The Marriage and Family Therapy Center provides assistance to individuals, couples, and families experiencing a wide range of personal or relationship problems.

» Marriage and Family Therapy Center

Phone: (603) 862-2134
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Master Calendar

The Campus Calendar is Your Source for Events on Campus

The official calendar of UNH includes the Academic Calendar as well as comprehensive listings of what's happening at UNH.

» University Communications and Marketing

Phone: 603-862-0045
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Masters Swimming

Competitive swimming for adults

Adults looking to have a structured and coached practice can join this group that meets year round. Attending competitions is NOT mandatory and all levels are welcomed. Fees are posted on the website. Community members are welcomed, along with UNH affiliated swimmers.

» Campus Recreation

Phone: (603) 862-4515
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McNair Scholars Program

Federally funded undergraduate research and graduate school preparation initiative for income eligible, first-generation students and/or racially underrepresented students.

Provides undergraduate research, graduate school advising and application support, GRE workshop and fee waiver, conference funding, and research stipend.

» McNair Graduate Opportunity Program

Phone: (603) 862-0088
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Mendum's Pond Outdoor Recreation Area

A beautiful 200-acre outdoor recreation area just 9 miles from campus

Open from mid-June to mid- August and weekends in September. The recreation area offers boating, picnicking, playground, hiking trials, orienteering course, and swimming (NOTE: No lifeguards on duty). Canoe and kayaks available for rent. Two covered pavilions with grills and picnic tables available for group reservations.

» Campus Recreation

Phone: (603) 862-4515
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Movies at the MUB

Offering a Series of Foreign Language and Art Films

Art films presented each week. Foreign language films presented on weeknights.

Phone: 603.862.1586
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Museum of Art

Presenting Art Exhibitions and Weekly Programs

Changing exhibitions and an array of programs (gallery walks, films, concerts, and slide lectures) are presented free of charge. Our Outreach Program offers a lending library of audio-visual materials and guided exhibition tours for school teachers and their students. Open September - May: Monday - Wednesday, 10 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.; Thursday 10 a.m. - 8:00 p.m.; Saturday and Sunday, 1 - 5 p.m.

» Museum of Art

Phone: (603) 862-3712
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Music Department

Concerts Throughout the Academic Year

A range of performances and concerts are offered throughout the year, including faculty concerts, student performances, workshops, and master classes. An informal music-teacher referral service is available.

» Music Department

Phone: (603) 862-2404
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New Hampshire Carbon Challenge

Initiatives include helping New Hampshire and New England households reduce their energy consumption and protect our climate.

» New Hampshire Carbon Challenge

Phone: 603-862-3128
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New Hampshire Farm to School

Promotes a community-based, community-supported school food community

Initiatives include agriculture, health and nutrition, K-12 connections to local farms, curriculum

» New Hampshire Farm to School

Phone: 603-862-2542
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New Hampshire Innovation Research Center

Applied Research Maximizes Industrial Productivity

Helps New Hampshire industry, small and large, become more competitive through increased productivity.

» N.H. Industrial Research Center

Phone: 603-862-4125
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New Hampshire Public Television

Programs that Entertain, Educate, and Enrich

NHPTV reaches more than 1.6 million viewers in New Hampshire, Maine, Massachusetts, and Vermont with programs that entertain, educate, and enrich.


Phone: (603) 868-1100

New Hampshire State Climate Office

Archiving and Interpreting Climate Information

High-quality climate data produced by the state climatologist for use by researchers, attorneys, federal and state planning agencies, reporters, private consultants, teachers, and students.

» Department of Geography

Phone: (603) 862-3136
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New Hampshire Youth Band

Providing Musical Challenges for Serious Musicians

This ensemble provides musical challenge and advanced performance experiences for school band musicians from New Hampshire, Massachusetts and Maine. Groups rehearse and perform at UNH on Sundays from noon to 2:00 PM. Concerts are given with various UNH concert bands, and occasional trips for outside performances and tours, including to locations such as New York City, are regularly scheduled.

» Music Department

Phone: (603) 862-2404
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Statewide GIS Clearinghouse

The GRANIT System develops and serves geospatial data and analyses to communities, agencies and organizations throughout the state. Project staff has expertise in GIS, GPS, and image processing technologies.

» Earth Systems Research Center

Phone: (603) 862-4240
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NH Listens

NH Listens

Solving public problems is a challenging task, since members of the same community sometimes have very different solutions to shared problems. Lack of supportive ways to talk about those challenges can lead to misunderstandings, which in turn may create hostility across competing views. NH Listens works with local and statewide partners to bring people together for productive conversations that augment traditional forms of government, like town meeting or school board meetings. Our vision is to create a network of engaged communities in New Hampshire that can share their experiences and resources for getting “unstuck” and solving public problems.

» The Carsey Institute

Phone: (603) 862-0130
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NH Literacy Institutes - Summer Writing Institute

NH Literacy Institutes

The English Department offers summer programs for elementary, secondary, and college teachers who want to improve their own writing, critical reading, and teaching skills in composition and literature. Credits earned from the program can also be applied towards the Master of Science for Teaching (MST) of English degree. Space is limited. Reservations and deposits are accepted on a first-come, first-served basis.

» English Department

Phone: 603-862-1168
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NH Broadband Mapping & Planning Program

The New Hampshire Broadband Mapping and Planning Program (NHBMPP) is a comprehensive program that seeks to understand where broadband is currently available in NH, how it can be made more widely available in the future, and how to encourage increased levels of broadband adoption and usage. We recognize that a vibrant local and state economy requires broadband infrastructure to support economic development, energy efficiency, advances in health care, and improved educational opportunities, as well as the knowledge base and resources to effectively utilize that infrastructure.

» Earth Systems Research Center

Phone: (603) 862-4240
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Northeast Passage

Accessible Recreational Activities

NEP is a health promotion and recreation program serving individuals with disabilities living in the New England area. Sports and recreation programs include: sled, hockey, cycling, water skiing, golf, cross country skiing, hiking, various court sports, paddle sports, and opportunities for competitive training.

» Northeast Passage

Phone: (603) 862-0070
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Office of Community Service and Learning

Community Service, Service-Learning

Links students, staff, and faculty with community agencies and non-profits. Our goal is to encourage the development of meaningful connections throughout the local, national and international community through support for community service and service-learning initiatives.

» Office of Community Service and Learning

Phone: (603) 862-2197
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Office of Woodlands and Natural Areas

Maintaining Unspoiled Recreational Environments

Manages 4,000 acres of forested property throughout New Hampshire, with 1,500 acres in Durham, Lee, and Madbury. Recreation activities include skiing, hiking, hunting (with permit), fishing, bird watching, and biking.

» Office of Woodlands and Natural Areas

Phone: (603) 862-3951
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Outdoor Adventures at Campus Recreation

UNH's only professionally run outdoor recreation program.

Provide outdoor trips and clinics for UNH students, faculty, staff, and members of the local community. Trips include hiking, kayaking, climbing, spring break bouldering, backcountry skiing, ice climbing, and more. Outdoor gear rentals are also available at a reasonable price at the Recreation Center.

» Campus Recreation

Phone: (603) 862-4515
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Picturing Writing: Fostering Literacy through Art

Image-Making Within the Writing Process

Dynamic art-and-literature-based approaches to writing designed to meet the needs of students with diverse learning styles.

» Center for the Advancement of Art-Based Literacy

Phone: (603) 862-3691
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Plant Diagnostic Lab/Plant Health Program

Offering Advice to Growers

Offers diagnostic services to any plant grower, including landscapers, golf course superintendents, arborists, home gardeners and commercial nurseries, greenhouse operators, and others.

» UNH Cooperative Extension

Phone: (603) 862-3841
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President's Commission on the Status of Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgender Issues

Promotes Equity and Awareness

Promotes equity and awareness of gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender (GLBT) community both within and outside the University through events and programs.

» GLBT Commission

Phone: (603) 862-1058
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President's Commission on the Status of People of Color

Promotes Equity and Awareness

Fostering diversity on campus and ensuring that the environment is supportive of communities of color.

» President's Commission on the Status of People of Color

Phone: (603) 862-1058
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President's Commission on the Status of Women

Promotes Equity and Awareness

Women's networking events and other programs.

» President's Commission on the Status of Women

Phone: (603) 862-1058
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Professional Development & Training

Offers Over 300 Professional Seminars, Conferences, Certificates, and Customized Training

Public one-day seminars and short-term Certificate Programs are offered in Durham, Portsmouth and Manchester in numerous professional fields, including business and management, education, health and human services, teaching and school administration, engineering, workplace safety, and more. Plus on-site customized training for corporations and organizations.

» UNH Professional Development & Training

Phone: (603) 431-5674
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Project SMART

A Summer Program for High School Students Gifted in Math and Science

The four-week, residential intensive science and technology program challenges, educates, and motivates talented high school juniors and seniors (from across the nation) who are interested in biotechnology, nanotechnology, marine and environmental science, and space science.

» Project SMART

Phone: (603) 862-3840
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Psychology Department Colloquium Series

Offers Lectures and Discussion

Monthly speaker series on topics related to psychology.

» Psychology Department

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Public Administration Service

A Resource for Government Agencies and Nonprofit Organizations

Advises local, state, and federal government agencies and nonprofit organizations on economic development, taxes, management, technology, and telecommunications.

» Political Science Department

Phone: (603) 862-0798
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Recycled Materials Resource Center

Promotes the Wise Use of Recycled Materials in the Highway Environment

Participates with state agencies; federal, state and university research centers; and the private sector in collaborative technology development, demonstrations, and verifications.

» Recycled Materials Resource Center

Phone: (603) 862-4704
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Rowing/Coxing Camp

Men's and Women's Rowing

Rowers in Grades 9-12 spend a week learning what it takes to be a great rower/coxswain. Athletes will work as a team to gain skills in rowing/coxing while experiencing student life at UNH.

» Campus Recreation

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S.T.A.R.S. Summer Camps

Theatre Day Camp and Dance Intensives for Youth

Training in performing arts, creative arts, production, and performance. Skilled and experienced directors have advanced degrees and/or are state-certified to teach grades 3-12. They provide a supportive atmosphere in which talent and creativity are encouraged.

» Theatre and Dance Department

Phone: (603)862-2150
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Sailing and Kayaking

The UNH community sailing centre at Mendums Pond offers classes for ages 5 – Adult for different skill levels. The primary aim is to encourage fun on the water, make new friends, and build self-confidence.

» UNH Sailing Team

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Sea Trek Lectures and Tours

Volunteers Reach Out to New Hampshire Schools and Organizations

Lectures on marine-related topics for schools and communities. Tours of Jackson Estuarine Lab and the Shoals Marine Lab.

» UNH Sea Grant Extension

Phone: (603) 862-6702
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Seacoast Reads Tutoring Program

Supports Literacy and Encourages Volunteerism

Seacoast Reads seeks to support and increase school-aged children's proficiency in reading and writing, develop self-confidence and encourage a love of reading. We place UNH undergraduate tutors at local schools, libraries and after school programs. The tutors spend approximately 2 hours a week with one student on their reading and writing while developing a positive relationship.

» Education

Phone: (603) 862-2955
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Seacoast Science Center

An Oceanside Learning Environment

Located in historic Odiorne Point State Park, Rye, NH. Featuring aquariums and live-animal exhibits.

» Seacoast Science Center

Phone: (603) 436-8043
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Sexual Harassment and Rape Prevention Program (SHARPP)

Creates a Safe and Supportive Environment

Outreach services include educational programs, information, and speakers available upon request.


Phone: (603) 862-3494
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Shoals Sojourn

A Course on Marine Topics for Educators

Three-day course on marine topics for K-12 teachers at the Shoals Marine Lab.

» UNH Sea Grant Extension

Phone: (603) 862-6702
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Sidore Memorial Lecture Series

Discussing Critical and Sometimes Controversial Issues

All free and open to the public.

» Center for the Humanities

Phone: 603-862-4356
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Small Business Development Center (SBDC)

Advice and Support for Owners of Established and Start-Up Enterprises

Free, confidential, one-on-one business management consulting and educational programs to more than 3,000 NH businesses.

» NH SBDC (Whittemore School of Business and Economics)

Phone: (603) 862-2200
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Small Business Development Center's Manufacturing Management Program

A Resource for New Hampshire's Manufacturing Industries

Designed to help small- and medium-size manufacturers in rural areas of New Hampshire manage growth.

» NH SBDC (Whittemore School of Business and Economics)

Phone: (603) 862-2200
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Speakers Bureau

UNH Faculty and Staff Experts available as Speakers

Does your organization need a speaker for your next meeting or event? The UNH Speakers Bureau can connect you with Faculty and Staff Experts!

» UNH Speakers Bureau

Phone: (603) 862-4401
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Speech-Language-Hearing Center

Assessment and Treatment Programs for Clients of All Ages

Assessment and treatment programs of speech, language, stuttering, voice, and hearing offered for clients of all ages.

» Speech-Language-Hearing Center

Phone: (603) 862-2110
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STARTALK – Chinese Language and Culture

This day camp allows students to develop basic Mandarin Chinese language skills (listening, speaking, reading, and writing) with a focus on simple and healthful Chinese cooking. In addition, students will participate in daily cultural activities.

» College of Liberal Arts

Phone: 603-862-3266
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Summer Session

Day and Evening Credit Courses, Special Institutes, and Youth Programs

Offers more than 300 day and evening, undergraduate and graduate credit courses, as well as study abroad opportunities.

» UNH Summer Session

Phone: (603) 862-2015
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Summer Youth Music School (SYMS)

Students Sharpen Their Music Skills

A longstanding and popular summer music program for kids entering grades 5 – 12. Students concentrate on an instrument or voice along with electives to broaden their experience. Learning is one with outstanding college music professors, high school teachers, and college students.

» Music Department

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Technology Transfer Center

Road and Bridge Maintenance Expertise

Provides training about roads and bridges and other infrastructure management to Public Works Directors, Road Agents, other municipal officials, and private and public road-related organizations.

» Civil Engineering Department

Phone: (603) 862-2826
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Techsplores and Techventures

Techsplorers (Grades 6-8) and Techventures (Grades 9-10) explore electrical, mechanical, aerospace, biomedical, and naval engineering along with robotics and computer technology. Camp includes field trips and students work in small groups to present a final project. Both are 2-week sessions.


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The CEO Forum

An Opportunity for Business Leaders

Opportunity for CEOs, presidents, and senior managers of companies in Northern New England to meet informally at quarterly breakfasts.

» Business Forum Office

Phone: (603) 862-1107
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The Copy Center

Copy and Printing Services to Meet Every Need

Provides sophisticated image copying and printing services with a variety of paper and color options. Jobs can be folded, stapled, etc., to specifications. Located in the MUB.

» The Copy Center

Phone: 603-862-1984
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The Dairy Bar Restaurant

A Year-Round Family Restaurant and Ice Cream Parlor

Fresh, local, sustainable: Healthy, locally produced items combine tasty sandwiches and salads with a focus on sustainability in this unique restaurant. Tasty, local ice cream year round. Open late daily.

» UNH Dairy Bar

Phone: 603-862-1006
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The InterOperability Lab

A Testing Service for Computer Communication and Compatibility

Offers a wide variety of services to equipment manufacturers, electronics manufacturers, industry forums, standards bodies, and service providers.

» InterOperability Lab

Phone: (603) 862-0090
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The Memorial Union Building (MUB)

Home of

New Hampshire's official state war memorial, the MUB operates as a comprehensive conference, entertainment, and gathering center for the UNH campus and community.

» The Memorial Union Building

Phone: (603) 862-4600
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The New Hampshire

The UNH Student Newspaper Reports on News and Entertainment

The newspaper lists notice of community events in their "Seacoast Calendar" as well as on-campus events and movies at the MUB

» The New Hampshire

Phone: (603) 862-1323
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The Survey Center

Designs and Conducts Research Studies for a Variety of Clients

Conducts mail, telephone, intercept, and self-administered surveys and public opinion polls for University researchers, public nonprofit organizations, state and federal agencies, private businesses, and media clients.

» Survey Center

Phone: (603) 862-2226
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The Ticket Office

Your Window to a Variety of Entertainment

Ticket venue for activities that take place in the MUB, including the Celebrity Series, Traditional Jazz Series, dramatic performances, and more.

» The Ticket Office

Phone: 603.862.1586
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The UNH Observatory

View New Hampshire's Sky

Guided tours of celestial wonders presented twice each month, clear skies permitting.

» Physics Department

Phone: 617-955-3704
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The Wildcatessen

A Popular Eatery

Located in Stillings Hall, this popular eatery is home to Wildcat submarines, freshly made pizza, grab-and-go sandwiches, and more.

» The Wildcatessen

Phone: (603) 862-4373
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Theatre and Dance

Live Theatre for All Ages

Produced and performed by UNH students. Student theatre workshops also available.

» Department of Theatre and Dance

Phone: 603-862-0298
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Therapeutic Riding Program

Serving Challenged Equestrians in the Seacoast Area

NARHA-accredited treatment for challenged equestrians or any individual with physical, emotional, or mental disabilities.

» Animal & Nutritional Sciences

Phone: (603) 862-0121
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Thompson School Grooming Shop

Pet Grooming Services

Small animal care students provide pet grooming services.

» Thompson School of Applied Science

Phone: (603) 862-1144
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Thompson School Horticulture Facility

Gardening Information and Plant Sales

Plants for sale are grown by the Thompson School Horticulture students and include spring bulbs, Easter Lilies, annuals, vegetable seedlings, fall Chrysanthemums, and Poinsettias.

» Thompson School Greenhouse

Phone: (603) 862-1074
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Thompson School Sawmill

Tours and Retail Lumber Sales

Activities and educational tours. Lumber produced at the sawmill is available for sale as advertised in local and campus media.

» Thompson School Sawmill

Phone: (603) 862-1035
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Transportation Services

Public Transportation and Visitor Parking Available

Metered public parking is available during the day at the Visitor Center and in various metered lots around campus.

» University Transportation Services

Phone: (603) 862-1010
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UNH Bookstore

Everything from Textbooks to T-Shirts

Located on the ground floor of the MUB.

» UNH Bookstore

Phone: (603) 862-2140
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UNH Community Guide for Students

Living as a Member of the Local Community

Designed with the off-campus or commuter student in mind, the Community Guide gives information about the Town of Durham, UNH, and surrounding communities. Find out more about the office of Commuter Student Services, along with town ordinances and laws, rental and apartment safety information, UNH storm closing and delay information, transportation options, and so much more.

» Commuter Student Services, Memorial Union Building

Phone: 603-862-0303
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UNH Library

A Valuable Resource for the State

Houses more than a million volumes, 6,500 periodical subscriptions, one million government documents, patents, maps, sound recordings, compact discs, videocassettes, manuscripts, and historic materials.

» UNH Library

Phone: (603) 862-1534

UNH Soil Testing

Low-Cost Soil Testing and Analysis

Includes lime and fertilizer recommendations for gardens, lawns, or crops. Most results will be available in 3 weeks.

» UNH Cooperative Extension

Phone: (603) 862-3200
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UNH-Conferences and Catering Office

Comprehensive and cost-effective conference facilities, special event venues, and catering services available to the public

For over two decades, UNH Conferences and Catering has been dedicated to providing all-inclusive conference, meeting and event services. Whether you're planning an intimate one-day meeting for a dozen guests or a comprehensive summer conference for 2,000 attendees, we're ready to serve you every step of the way. The team also offers extensive catering services on and off-campus. Contact the office today to learn more!

» UNH Conferences and Catering

Phone: (603) 862-1020
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Just a 30-Minute Drive for Most of the State's Population

UNH's urban campus offers flexible, affordable classes leading to a bachelor's or an associate's degree.

» UNH- Manchester

Phone: (603) 668-0700
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University Advising and Career Center

Identifying Educational and Career Goals

Helps UNH students and alumni pursue educational and career goals through testing, resume review, job search advice and resources, and more.

» University Advising and Career Center

Phone: 603-862-2064
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University Communications and Marketing

Timely Information about UNH on the World Wide Web

Easy access to information on admissions, academics, research, employment, campus events, and much more.

» Main Website for UNH

Phone: (603) 862-1465
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University Instrumentation Center

Optimizes Major Instrumentation Use for the Research Community

Analytical services and state-of-the-art instrumentation for research and educational purposes.

» University Instrumentation Center

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University Museum

Sharing the University's resources

The University Museum, located within Special Collections and Archives in Dimond Library, plans two exhibitions per year covering a wide range of themes related to UNH’s history, programs, collections, or community. Hours: M-F, 10-4, Sat. 12-4:00 (academic year only). Closed UNH holidays.

» University Museum

Phone: (603) 862-1081
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University Office of Sustainability

Links the Principles of Sustainability to Community Life

Initiatives include biodiversity education, climate education, culture and sustainability, and food and society.

» University Office of Sustainability

Phone: (603) 862-4088
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Upward Bound

Helps Talented High School Students from Low Income Families Succeed

Includes an academically rigorous six-week summer institute on the UNH Campus as well as a comprehensive yearlong academic support program.

» Upward Bound

Phone: (603) 862-1563
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Veterinary Diagnostic Lab

Identifies Animal Diseases that May Threaten Public Safety

Services, which include animal autopsies, histology, and microbiology, are available via referral by practicing veterinarians.

» N.H. Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory

Phone: 603-862-2726
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Water Quality Analysis Laboratory

Offers an Important Service

High-quality analysis at reasonable rates for research projects on and off campus.

» Water Quality Analysis Laboratory

Phone: (603) 862-2249
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Whittemore Center Arena, The

The Whittemore Center Arena hosts a variety of events throughout the year including concerts, tradeshows, family shows and other special events. The arena is home to the UNH Men's & Women's Ice Hockey programs as well as the Oyster River Bobcats.

» Campus Recreation

Phone: (603) 862-2031
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William Rosenberg International Center of Franchising

The William Rosenberg International Center of Franchising is a Specialized Research Center Dedicated to Advancing the Field of Franchising Through Ground-Breaking Research and Innovative Teaching

The center interacts with industry experts and the International Franchise Association (IFA) to produce timely and meaningful research reports and forecasts.

» William Rosenberg International Center of Economics (Whittemore School of Business and Economics)

Phone: (603) 862-6455
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Woodman Farm

Displays Experimental Gardening Techniques

Provides visitors with a view of innovative growing techniques and a wide variety of vegetables, fruits, and flowers during the summer months.

» UNH Horticulture Farm

Phone: (603) 868-2345
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Writers Academy

Writing, Editing, and Publishing for Youth

The UNH Writers Academy is a program for middle school and high school students to spend a week in the summer with their peers, sharing what they enjoy about writing and reading their favorite stories, poems or plays.

» English Department

Phone: 603-862-1168
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Writers Series

Join the Lively Discussion of Literary Works

Writers Series brings several poets, fiction writers and nonfiction authors to campus every semester.

» English Department

Phone: (603) 862-0731
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Writing Across the Curriculum

Writing in the Disciplines

Assistance with teaching, learning, and producing writing in all academic disciplines. Assistance with Writing Intensive (WI) course designations and petitions.

» University Writing Program

Phone: 603-862-3220
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WUNH/91.3 FM

UNH's College/Community Radio Station

A noncommercial radio station featuring polka, oldies, rap, metal, ethnic, you name it. Public service announcements and programming ideas welcome.


Phone: (603) 862-2541

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