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    Quench is an LGBTQ+ & Ally Monthly Discussion Series at OMSA
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    Safe Zones works to ensure a campus atmosphere that is supportive, informative and welcoming to all members of our campus community
  • Coming Out Week, see Events page for complete schedule of programs
  • GIA Week
    GIA Week "Transforming Gender" - see Events page for complete schedule of programs and activities


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.

Featured Events


Nominations for 2016 Awards

Beginning January 4, nominations will be accepted for the 2016 Kidder Awards and the Pink Triangle Group Award.  Please nominate today those staff, faculty and students who, through their scholarship, leadership, or outstanding efforts, foster greater understanding of sexual orientation at UNH.  These awards will be presented during the 2016 April 19, LGBTQ+ Pancake Breakfast.  The Kidder awards offer $1,500 for students and $500 for faculty/staff professional development.   Please go to UNH Nomination Service for more information.




Save the Date
Annual LGBTQ+ Pancake Breakfast
Tues, April 19, 2016, 8-9:30am, MUB Granite State Rm

Celebrating 20+ years of coming together and recognizing the accomplishments of the LGBTQ+ community.  This year's keynote speaker will be Robyn Ochs, educator and editor of the Bi Women Quarterly and Recognize: The Voices of Bisexual Men.  Event sponsored by Bill Kidder Fund and the LGBTQ+ Commission.

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


News & Quick Information

2014-15 Year in Review at UNH


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.