From March 21 to April 21, 2023, all students, staff and faculty across UNH are encouraged to take a confidential survey that will help create a climate on our campuses that is even more welcoming, inclusive and safe. The 2023 Campus Climate Survey will build on the work of a 2019 survey, which drove recommendations that were implemented in 2020-21. The new survey will evaluate the impact of these efforts and identify remaining challenges and new opportunities.
Thank you for participating in the survey - the survey report and recommendations will be released Fall 2023.
A-Z listing of common DEI terms along with resources for students, staff, and faculty.
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UNH received a 4.5 out of 5 stars rating from Campus Pride Index. The Campus Pride Index is an overall indicator of the institutional commitment to LGBTQ+ inclusive policy, program and practice. Read more about the rating
2022 Survey of Racial & Ethnic Curricular Representation in UNH Classrooms
Consultants provide a brief overview of the extant literature on the impact and relevant considerations regarding racial and ethnic pedagogy towards college students, as well as an assessment of current faculty practices at UNH.
This report reflects the collaborative efforts of individuals from the Office of Community, Equity, and Diversity and Psychological and Counseling Services. Read the Report
2019 Campus Climate Survey
The University of New Hampshire administered a campus climate survey in spring 2019 asking all students, staff and faculty to share their perspectives on what it is like to live, learn and work at UNH. The survey, facilitated by the consulting firm Rankin and Associates (R&A), asked about experiences related to current attitudes, behaviors, standards, and practices of employees and students. The results of the survey were shared during an open campus forum.
The executive summary of the report is available for review.