Alliance (LGBTQA+ & Ally undergraduate student group)
- Stonewall Grads (LGBTQA+ & Ally graduate student group)
OR Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- TransGender UNH (TG-UNH)
oSTEM (out in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math)
Diversity Support Coalition (DSC) "umbrella" for 6 multicultural student organizations:
United Asian Coalition: Mondays, 6-7pm, MUB 334/336
Alliance (LGBTQ organization): Tuesdays, 7:30-9pm, MUB 145 (DSC Office)
Black Student Union: Wednesdays, 7-8pm, MUB 145 (DSC Office)
Hillel (Jewish organization): Thursdays, 6-7pm, MUB 145 (DSC Office)
Native American Cultural Association: Thursdays 6-7pm, MUB 114F (OSIL Office)
Mosiaco (Latino/Hispanic organization): Thursdays, 7-8pm, MUB 145 (DSC Office)
OFFICES & CENTERS:
FACULTY & STAFF RESOURCES:
"TAG" LGBTQ Faculty and Staff Email List:
To subscribe to this list, send an email to ListProc@lists.unh.edu with the message: Subscribe Tag.news (your email address) your name.
Questions, contact Judy Spiller at 862-2165.
LGBTQ Faculty and Staff Lunches:
For more information about the next lunch, email us.
UNH Safe Zones Trainings for staff and faculty
Classroom Resources (for faculty / instructors):
Bias Free Language Guide
UNH Inclusive Classroom Syllabus Guidelines
Creating an LGBTQ Friendly Educational Experience for Students
Employee Benefits (for staff / faculty):
Benefits Update: DOMA Ruling of June 2013 & Employee Benefits
Domestic Partner Benefits now available through "Hardship Exception Eligibility" - Read document online
For more information, contact UNH Human Resources at 603-862-0501.
For recommendations of local professionals and resources who have experience working with LGBTQ individuals or same-sex couples with estate planning, adoption, guardianship, domestic relations, tax planning, and other civil areas, email us.
REPORTING BIAS / HATE INCIDENTS ON CAMPUS:
POLICIES & ACCOMMODATIONS:
List of Gender Neutral Bathrooms at UNH: For more information, please contact (603) 862-2930.
Preferred name and pronoun options: UNH is currently working on creating methods for students to indicate their preferred first name and pronouns for use within the university regardless of whether or not they have legally changed their name. For more information, please email us.
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