About Us

COVID-19 Update

Dear Wildcats,

As a state of national emergency has been declared in the U.S. in order to slow the transmittal of COVID-19, we in the center are following steps in accordance with the University and the CDC. As of 3pm on Wednesday, March 17th the The Beauregard Center will physically be closed. As the center's professional staff, we will be working remotely in our respective homes until further direction from the University. We encourage you to contact us should you need to utilize any of the support or services you normally would in the office. You can reach us by emailing us at the following addresses or calling us at 802-353-7372.

You can email us at:
Lu Butterfield-Ferrell


Isaiah Iboko

This is an incredibly difficult and uncertain time, please know that we are here for you. It’s important for us all to stay connected and in community with one another as we are forced into self-isolation. We understand and want to recognize that where you may be self-isolating may not be the most supportive, comfortable or safe environment. Please contact us immediately should you have any extenuating circumstance in which you are not able to find a place to stay away from campus for the remainder of the semester. Please also contact us should you need assistance with food during this time.

Should you want or need to just simply connect with someone or process what is going on please don’t hesitate to reach out as we can make virtual arrangements or chat via phone. We are continueing some of our programming in a virtual capacity. For more information on our spring programs click here. You can also follow our Facebook page for more ongoing posts and resources. Be safe and stay well. We are here for you.

In solidarity,
The Beauregard Center


We're Here for You!

We offer support services and advocacy to students.

  • academic support
  • exploring your leadership potential within a multicultural context
  • finding support from other people and programs on campus
  • getting connected at UNH
  • learning more about race, class, gender, sexuality and more!
  • learning what it means to be an ally
  • responding to acts of intolerance
  • feeling safe and welcome

Resources for Students

  • support services
  • advocacy
  • cultural and educational programs
  • computers for student use: surf the web, check your email or write your paper
  • free printing!
  • student community meeting space
  • social and study space
  • video library
  • educational resources for faculty, student affairs and residential life staff

Our Vision

The Beauregard Center envisions an inclusive community of learners where there is a shared commitment to social justice and pluralism, thus preparing principled leaders to contribute to an ever changing diverse society.

Visit Us!

We look forward to meeting you at our office in MUB 120. For more information about our location, click here.