• With regards to the recent tragedy in Orlando, Florida a vigil is planned for Tues, June 14. See below for more details
  • Congratulations 2016 Kidder Award winners (l-r) Ike Leslie, John Berst, Casey O'Dea
  • April is Campus Pride Month - See Event Page for More Information
  • QUENCH logo
    Quench is an LGBTQ+ & Ally Monthly Discussion Series at OMSA
  • Safe Zones logo
    Safe Zones works to ensure a campus atmosphere that is supportive, informative and welcoming to all members of our campus community

Welcome!

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


Featured Events

 
 

Thurs, June 23, 12-1pm, OMSA lounge

Community Talk
Share your responses and feelings about the recent shoorting:  What do we do with anger and pain? How can we transform these feelings into action? How can we best support the LGBTQ+ and the Muslim communities?

Campus Vigil - Durham
Tues, June 14, 12-1pm
Thompson Hall front lawn (at the flag pole)

All are welcome to come together to share thoughts, prayers and a moment of silience  for the victims and those who were injured in the recent Orlando, Florida tragedy.  Following the vigil, there will be room for extended reflection and conversation at the Office of Multicultural Students Affairs (OMSA) in the MUB (3rd floor). 

 

 

 

 

 

For more information on other GLBTQA+ events  (Click Here)

 

News & Quick Information

  • LGBTQ+ Student Support Group, meet Friday afternoons - More info
  • Trans, non-conforming students, know your rights under Title IX (click here for more information)
  • Preferred Name - you may indicate a preferred first name that will appear in class rosters, housing assignments,  campus directory listing and other documents internal to UNH, regardless of whether or not you have legally changed your name. Find Out more
2014-15 Year in Review at UNH

Videos

3-time All-American wrestler Hudson Taylor created Athlete Ally—a nonprofit organization dedicated to empowering athletes to consider their status as role models and be conscious of the words they choose, eliminating the homophobic language that is all too prevalent in sports.


"It Gets Better" Stories from UNH students on hope for gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, queer and questioning youth.