Resources for Students
UNH has thriving student organizations that are collaborating on programs, events, and community building promoting diversity, social justice, equity, and inclusion. Experience the cultural diversity at the University of New Hampshire today as expressed through its many multicultural student organizations. Any UNH student is welcome to join any of these student organizations!
The Diversity Support Coalition (DSC) is an "umbrella" for six student organizations dedicated to supporting and fostering multiculturalism, diversity, social justice, equity, and inclusion at UNH. DSC consists of six member groups:
- Black Student Union strives to introduce, empower, and educate the entire UNH community relating to Black Identity and cultures. Our focus is to promote the awareness of both historical and current issues that are relative to people of african descent.
- Alliance (LGBTQA+ student organization) provides a safe, self-labeling, open-minded, environment for the gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgendered, questioning, and allied population on campus.
- United Asian Coalition explores and promotes Asian/Pacific Island cultures socially and culturally.
- Mosaico (Latino / Hispanic student organization) hosts functions and events throughout the school year which emphasize the Hispanic culture and Heritage.
- Hillel (Jewish student organization) serves as the center for Jewish life on campus and fosters a more tolerant and inclusive environment.
- Native American Cultural Association raises awareness, advance respect, and advance understanding of the cultures, traditions, and teachings of the Native community. http://unh.edu/naca/
Diversity Support Coalition
MUB Room 145
The Delta Xi Phi (DXP) multicultural sorority focuses on a main goal of promoting the diversity of all women. The 5 pillars that DXP women stand by and strive to achieve everyday are: Friendship, Sisterhood, Community Service, The Advancement of Women in Higher Education, and promote Multicultural Awareness. For more information, click here or visit the official DXP website.
Arab Cultural Club welcomes students studying Arabic and promote Arab culture.
Chinese Student and Scholar Association introduces the Chinese culture to UNH and help the Chinese students and scholars adapt to the American culture and society.
The Muslim Students Association assists UNH Muslims in their practice of Islam and to improve the University community's knowledge of the religion.
National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE) is a recognized professional society on the UNH campus, that provides an academic, as well as a professional and social support system for multi-cultural students in the S.T.E.M. fields.
The Committee on Rights and Justice (CORAJ) partners UNH students with local immigrant families to help them with the naturalization process.
Oxfam UNH creates an awareness of global hunger, poverty, and social injustice here at UNH, and to create a constituency of active, compassionate students and community members who use their voices to create effective global change.
Student Environmental Action Coalition (SEAC) is an organization devoted to working on environmental issues deemed critical by its membership. SEAC is also devoted to creating connections between the community and campus regarding environmental issues.
STAND (Student Anti-Genocide Coalition) seeks to create awareness about the atrocities in Burma, Democratic Republic of Congo, and Darfur, Sudan on the UNH campus. For more information, click here or
Students Advocating Gender Equality (SAGE) seeks to foster equality for everyone across the gender spectrum by spreading awareness about gender and providing resources to all identities.
TransGender UNH (TG-UNH) provide education to the University Community about issues related to transgender/transsexual diversity. We wish to work towards positive social change to help foster a climate where all people, regardless of gender identity/expression, can excel and find happiness and success.
WildActs creates socially conscious theatre, in order to raise awareness of such issues in the UNH community.