Campus Safety, Alcohol & Illegal Drugs

Campus Safety

UNH Police and Campus Safety - is dedicated to maintaining the campus as a safe and pleasant place to work, live and study. The Department is charged with the protection of life and property and the prevention and detection of crime on the campus.  (Vitally concerned with human life and property, the members of the Police Department both enforce the laws of the State of New Hampshire and the regulations of the University. 

Emergency Preparedness

UNH Alert System allows the University of New Hampshire to contact you during an emergency by sending text messages to your:

  • E-mail (school, personal, other)
  • Cell phone
  • Pager
  • BlackBerry/Treo

Workplace Safety and Tips - select from the SAFETY menu on the left of this UNH Police Department webpage

Clery Act and Annual Security Report

Office of Environmental Health and Safety (EHS)

SHARPP

Drug/Alcohol Free Workplace 

The University System of New Hampshire values its faculty and staff members. The University System of New Hampshire views alcoholism and drug addiction as highly complex diseases that, once they have been recognized, can be arrested by appropriate treatment, and for which the same consideration is given to faculty and staff as is given in cases of other illnesses. The University System's only purpose in involving itself in the complex areas of alcoholism and drug addiction is to assist the faculty or staff member in seeking treatment and returning to a state of effectiveness and productivity. The Employee Assistance Program is available to assist with such illnesses. Every case is handled with the utmost confidentiality.

USNH Employee Assistance Program (EAP) - Current provider is APS Healthcare.

USNH Drug Free Workplace Policy

UNH Alcohol Policy