Student Services Resources

First Year Students

First Year Programs provides orientation programs for new students and their families, intended to introduce them to the university, its expectations and its resources.

Student Accessibility Services (SAS)

Accomodations and student services promoting the development of student self-reliance and the personal independence necessary for students living with a disability to succeed at UNH.

UNH Psychological and Counseling Services (PACS)

The Counseling Center is the primary mental health facility on campus. We offer a variety of services that are designed to enhance students' ability to fully benefit from the University environment and academic experience.

University Advising and Career Center

Academic Advising for undeclared Liberal Arts (COLA) students,pre-professional (pre-med and pre-law)advising. 

Office of Multicultural Student Affairs (OMSA)

OMSA creates opportunities for people to participate in an inclusive community and to explore and understand diversity, social justice, inclusion, and equity via educational presentations, workshops, professional development and leadership opportunities, retreats, brown-bag discussions, etc. 

Inclusive Excellence

Committed to supporting and sustaining an educational community that is inclusive, diverse and equitable.

Sexual Harassment and Rape Prevention Program (SHARPP)

SHARPP is a UNH program dedicated to providing supportive services to survivors of sexual assault, relationship abuse and stalking and their allies, as well as providing education and outreach to the greater University community.

Health Services

Medical care and wellness education services to UNH students, faculty, and staff.

Health Insurance

All full-time degree students attending the University of New Hampshire, either at the Durham or Manchester campuses, are required, as a condition of enrollment, to have adequate health insurance. Information on insurance can be found here.

Healthy UNH

Information and advice on healthy living and wellness at UNH, including the online publication Student Health 101

Safety and Support

The University of New Hampshire Police Department exists to provide public safety services, including law enforcement, crime prevention and suppression, emergency response, investigation and information to the University of New Hampshire community, 24 hours a day, every day of the week.  

Student Conduct

Programs designed to promote community standards of behavior, personal accountability, conflict management and resolution, civility, and an appreciation for living in a pluralistic society.

Student Organizations & Activities

Online directory of all recognized student organization at UNH


The UNH Library supports the educational and research activities of the students, faculty, and staff of the University of New Hampshire while serving New Hampshire residents as a research-level library and depository for US and NH government publications. It has approximately two million print and electronic volumes and over 36,000 print and electronic serial subscriptions. As well as wired and wireless Internet access, computer workstations, individual study and collaborative group work spaces, and experienced reference assistance.

Memorial Union Building

As the "heart of campus", the Memorial Union provides services, conveniences and amenities to enhance the quality of life at UNH.

Campus Recreation

Campus Recreation will be widely known for enriching the lives and educational experience of students through cutting edge recreation services.


UNH Transportation Services creates and maintains a safe and orderly environment for travelers to and around campus while also providing a broad range of high quality, cost effective parking and transportation programs and services

Veterans Services

Committed to providing support and assistance for veterans, active duty military, Guard/Reserves, and their dependents.


Textbooks, apparel, gifts & accessories, supplies & electronics, and more.

Dining Services

UNH Dining Services provides students, faculty and staff with a variety of healthy, tasty options at almost any hour of the day or night. With nine retail and three dining hall locations and a variety of payment options they have something to fit any appetite or budget.

Residential Life

By focusing on  four educational areas, hall staff help students engage and learn about health and wellness, inclusion and equity, academic, career, leadership, and campus involvement. 


Information on residence halls, on-campus apartments, facility information, roommate assignments, etc.

Financial Aid

Financial aid ensures access to higher education for those who might otherwise lack the necessary financial resources. The Financial Aid Office also serves as an information resource for students, parents, scholarship and loan agencies and high schools. 

Registrar's Office

Course time and room schedule, course catalogs, final exam schedule, class registration, grades & transcripts, graduation, etc.

Information Technology

Information on Canvas, email, equipment, networking, telephones, support, etc.