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Involvement & Leadership

The Office of Student Involvement & Leadership (OSIL) is the nucleus for student involvement at UNH. Working collaboratively with the MUB, the Office of Student Involvement & Leadership provides programs, resources and opportunities that promote student involvement in ways that positively affect the learning, growth and development of each student, while enhancing the quality of life at UNH and the greater community.

Primarily comprised of Commuter & Non-Traditional Student Services, Fraternity & Sorority Life, Leadership Programs, Student Activity Fee Office, and Student Organizations, the OSIL is on the first floor of the Memorial Union Building in Room 114 (across the hallway from the Student Governance Association offices, next to the bridge on the south side of the building).


Contact Us

The OSIL is accessible as lounge and collaborative work space whenever the MUB is open. During the academic year, the OSIL is staffed by student and/or professional staff. To reach the OSIL by phone please call (603) 862-0303.

Office Hours

  • Mondays - Thursdays: 9am-8pm
  • Fridays: 9am-5pm
  • Sundays: 4pm-8pm

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Commuter Student Services

Commuter & Non-Traditional Student Services at the University of New Hampshire is here to help you get the most out of your college experience. 

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Fraternity & Sorority Life

Fraternity & Sorority Life at the University of New Hampshire aims to cultivate a values-based and inclusive Greek community of excellence.

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Leadership Programs

The Memorial Union & Student Activities offers cutting edge leadership education, training, and development opportunities that endeavor to meet the needs and interests of all UNH students.   

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Student Activity Fee Office

The Student Activity Fee Committee, called SAFC, administers the Student Activity Fee which is paid by all full-time undergraduate students at the University of New Hampshire.

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Student Organizations

UNH’s 200+ recognized student organizations provides you with the opportunity to make new connections and enhance life skills that are continued beyond college. 

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  • Crystal Napoli

    Crystal Napoli

    CYOS 2016-17 Award Recipient

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  • Kelsey Nicholson

    Kelsey Nicholson

    CYOS 2016-17 Award Recipient

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  • Elisabeth Wise

    Elisabeth Wise

    CYOS 2016-17 Award Recipient

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  • Ahed Alhamdan

    Ahed Alhamdan

    CYOS 2016-17 Award Recipient

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  • Joanna Lewis

    Joanna Lewis

    CYOS 2016-17 Award Recipient

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  • Stephanie Fulton

    Stephanie Fulton

    CYOS 2016-17 Award Recipient

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  • Tabitha McElroy

    Tabitha McElroy

    CYOS 2016-17 Award Recipient

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  • Gabby Greaves

    Gabrielle Greaves

    CYOS 2016-17 Award Recipient

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  • Christin Badylak-Reals

    Christin Badylak-Reals

    CYOS 2016-17 Award Recipient

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  • Charlie Durkin

    Charlie Durkin

    CYOS 2016-17 Award Recipient

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Create Your Own Story

The University of New Hampshire wants to highlight student success stories. One way of doing this has been through the Create Your Own Story initiative which features students who, in their own way, have strived to make the most of their time at UNH. Each of their stories are different, yet they all share a common theme - a deep desire to claim their education.

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