Public Venues

The University of New Hampshire has three very different campuses.

The DURHAM campus, spread over several thousand acres, is the main campus of the University.  Yes, the campus is hilly but manageable for those who use a mobility device.  The Campus Accessibility Map can be used to evaluate routes around campus based on slope, surface and the location of accessible building entrances.  All of the public buildings on campus have at least one accessible entrance.  For information on accessible housing please see the Housing Accessibility page.

If you have difficulty walking long distances you may want to rent a scooter or wheelchair to make your visit to Durham easier. We've compiled a list of retailers who provide short term equipment rental

The MANCHESTER campus, the “urban campus,” is located in the Millyard at the Pandora Building at 88 Commercial Street. The main entrance on Commercial Street is accessible and there is adjacent accessible parking as well as street parking.

The CONCORD campus, at 2 White Street, is the location of the UNH School of Law.  The main entrance on Washington Street is accessible.

Arrange an Accessible Campus Visit


Athletic Facilities

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List of UNH athletic facilities

Campus Rec

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Campus Recreation facilities

Game Day Parking

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Accessible parking for athletic events

Gender Inclusive Restrooms

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List of Gender Inclusive Public Restrooms at UNH - Durham

Lactation Rooms

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UNH Lactation room locations


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Accessibility at the UNH Library


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Memorial Union Building Access

Performing Arts

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Theater, music, and dance facilities

Museum of Art

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Accessibility at the UNH Museum of Art