Students attending Garden Party

Students Attending the Annual LGBTQA+ Garden Party


Find out more about Safe Zones Program and getting assistance from the LGBTQ Coordinator at OMSA. 

Annual GLBT Commission Pancake Breakfast for more information

Safe Zones logo

Safe Zones works to ensure a campus atmosphere that is supportive, informative and welcoming to all members of our campus community Find Out More


The President's Commission on the Status of Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender Issues exists to help make UNH a place that is welcoming and inclusive of its gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender community.

My Story

Annie Crossman

Undergrad student Kidder Award Receipient

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My Story

Alexander Loughran Lamothe

Alexander Loughran Lamothe is a senior majoring International Affairs and Family Studies.  He also works as a Safe Zones Facilitator and a Resident Assistand.

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My Story

Sara Dillingham

Sara Dillingham is a student coordinator for the UNH Safe Zones Program, and is the latest student Pink Triangle Award recipient. Find out more about Sara Read more
Michael Staley

My Story

Michael Staley

Michael J. Staley is a member of the Stonewall Grads and also a member of the GLBT Commission. He is doing graduate study research on sexual decision-making as it applies to HIV prevention campaigns.

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GLBTQ Resources

News & Quick Information

Pancake Breakfast

 Congratulations to the 2014 Award Winners:

Joelle Ruby Ryan, Lecturer, Women's Studies, Faculty Kidder Award
Annie Crossman
, Senior, double major (Women's Studies and Psychology), Undergraduate Student Kidder Award

Pink Triangle Awards honor leaders and heroes, students, faculty, staff and community members who have made outstanding contributions to efforts for equity and visibility for the GLBTQI community.

PancakeBreakfast 2014Andres Mejia, Undergrad Student
Ari Schaaff
, Undergrad Student
Holly Cashman, Associate Professor, Language, Literatures and Culture
oSTEM, group award (out in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math)


Gaypril - a month of LGBTQ+ & Ally Events at UNH

Including films, lectures, events, special programs and more.  Open the attached flyer to find out more information
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Transecting Society Conference

Friday, April 11 and Saturday, April 12

Transecting Society Conference (TSC) "Affirming Trans Lives, Advancing Trans Politics" is a two-day symposium dedicated to exploring controversial political topics related to trans* lives in contemporary U.S. society and beyond. In this symposium, we endeavor to cultivate a supportive and egalitarian space in which to encourage and educate each other, as well as render visible the oppression and agency of trans* people in order to better envision the advancement of our civil rights, human rights, and collective liberation.  The Conference is FREE and open to everyone.  You do not have to attend the entire conference and are welcome to attend individual sessions. For more information, and/or register for the conference, visit their website:

Transgender Comedian and Speaker Jeffrey Jay

Wed, April 16
MUB Theater II

Jeffrey Jay comes to UNH to share his story and educate others on trans issues.  This event will be half comedy show and half lecture followed by Q & A. Event is sponsored by MUB, MUSO, Health Services and UNH Alliance.  For more information on Jeffrey Jay