Summer Session

Academic Policies

As a student, it is important to familiarize yourself with the rules and regulations that govern our institution. With a strong commitment to integrity and respect, we strive to provide a safe and welcoming atmosphere that thrives on the diversity of its people and ideas.


Attendance is required at the first class meeting. If circumstances beyond your control prevent you from attending the first class meeting, please contact the faculty member or department administrator ahead of time. Students who fail to attend the first two class meetings may be required by the instructor to drop the course. 

Buckley Amendment

Family Rights and Privacy Act of 1974

Discrimination and Discriminatory Harassment Policy

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The residency status of a student is determined by the permanent address given at the time of registration if there is no prior record as a matriculated student at UNH. If there is a prior record, that prior residency status remains in effect until a new certification of residency is filed with the institution.

Student Rights, Rules and Responsibility

As a member of the UNH community, the University affords a wealth of resources to support your success. The opportunities to learn and to grow are virtually limitless, shaped primarily by your motivation to rise to embrace the intellectual and personal challenges of a college education. As with any community, there are rules that have been developed to ensure a supportive and appropriate environment for learning. This year’s Student Rights, Rules, and Responsibilities outline those expectations that the University has established to foster an environment conducive to learning on—and beyond—the University campus.