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Adjustable Monitors and Keyboards in the AT Lab

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Student Using Dragon Naturally Speaking, a speech-to-text program.


Students using the ZoomTwix


Student demonstrating ZoomText

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Student Using ZoomText in the AT Lab


Accessible iPads

At programs

Come check out the programs such as Read & Write Gold, Dragon, MathTalk, and Scientific Notebook!

Reading in the Dimond Library

Reading in the Dimond Library

Scanning and Printing Station in the Library

Scanning and Printing Station in the Library

UNH supports Diversity

UNH Supports Diversity

Temple Grandin visits UNH

Temple Grandin visits UNH and speaks to a record crowd about "Growing up Different”.


The University of New Hampshire and Disability Services for Students take great pride in promoting the development of student self-reliance and the personal independence necessary to succeed in a university climate. We seek to create a comprehensively accessible environment where students are viewed on a basis of ability, not disability.

The University of New Hampshire believes that students have the right and also the responsibility to determine whether or not to use support services. In keeping with this objective, students are expected and encouraged to utilize the resources of Disability Services for Students to the degree they determine necessary.

We invite you to connect with us to learn first hand about the variety of options available to students with disabilities. If at any time you cannot access forms or pages on this site, and need to request an accessible format, please email, and we will provide you with the accessible format.

Contact Us: 603-862-2607 or Click Here for Staff Information.

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News & Announcements

  • Welcome UNH freshman! Read our DSS handbook Here for information regarding registration, accommodations, and more.
  • Looking for a job!  Check out the DSS Classifieds under the 'Students' tab 
  • While perusing our website information, If you require accessible formats of any forms or pages, please contact us at 603-862-2607, we will be happy to provide you with the accessible format.

  • Accessibility Map is now available. See article here


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Notetakers Needed!

If you are currently registered for courses and are interested in being PAID to be a Notetaker, please visit the following website: Please login with your UNH username and password and follow the step-by-step process to apply for this position. Please note that you must be prepared to upload a set of sample notes.

Notetakers are typically paid $100 for a 3-4 credit course and $50 for a 1-2 credit course. If a Notetaker works for only half the semester, she or he will only receive half of the stipend. Stipends will be issued at the end of the semester that that the services were provided.


For more information on becoming a Notetaker please visit:

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Assistive Technology Trainings

Getting to know Read&Write Gold

Thursday 9/4/14  12:40-2pm 

Thursday 9/25/14  2-4pm

Dimond Library Room 343

Not Just A Text-To-Speech Program!

Read&Write Gold is a discrete, customizable toolbar that integrates reading, writing, studying, and research support tools with common applications.  Read&Write literacy software solutions help struggling readers and writers, students with learning disabilities, and English Language Learners access the support tools they need at school, work, or home. Read&Write ensures every learner has the tools necessary to reach their potential, build confidence and independence, and succeed.



Mike Griswold

The social impact of a summer camp for youth with Tourette Syndrome

Mike Griswold, recent M.S. in Recreation Management graduate, and Former G.A. in the Graduate School, successfully presented his research down at the ACA National conference in Florida this month. His research focused on the social impact of a summer camp for youth with Tourette Syndrome. This was incredible opportunity for Mike to present his research to a public forum. The experience was capped off with Mike becoming nationally recognized as the recipient for the Marge Scanlin Award for Outstanding Research by a student.    

We could not be more proud of Mike and of his Department of Recreation Management, which has a long standing record of outstanding work, including scholarship, on the role of recreation in enhancing the lives of people with disabilities.

You can find Mike’s published abstract issued by the ACA at this link (see page 29 for his study):