Resources for Students

Whether you’re already a Wildcat or you're about to become one, learn how to get the most out of the student experience by exploring all the opportunities, organizations and services that are a part of UNH's vibrant campus community.

Sexual Misconduct and Violence

As a member of the UNH community, there are various options for you to consider if you are faced with issues of sexual misconduct or violence. If you are interested in directly reporting an issue of this nature you should complete an incident report form. This form can be completed anonymously if you wish, however this may limit one's access to resources and support. Mandatory reporters at UNH are required to report any instances of sexual misconduct. These include: all UNH staff, faculty, hall directors, coaches, resident assistants (RAs), community assistants (CAs), teaching assistants (TAs), research assistants, Graduate and Undergraduate Student Senate Executive Leaders (when conducting work for the Student Senate) and UNH Manchester Peer Assistant Leaders (PALs) and Mentor Ambassadors for Transfer Engagement (MATEs).

However, you also have access to numerous confidential resources on campus. Being a confidential resource means that those involved in matters regarding sexual misconduct and Title IX have the opportunity to seek medical treatment, advice, or counseling without triggering a police or university investigation, or student conduct proceeding. The university houses four confidential resources on campus which include the: Sexual Harassment and Rape Prevention Program (SHARPP), Psychological and Counseling Services (PACS), Health & Wellness, and The Beauregard Center. For more information on these processes please feel free to contact any of the confidential resources listed above, or visit us at The Beauregard Center in MUB 120.


UNH students at Carnival event

UNH has thriving student organizations that are collaborating on programs, events, and community building promoting diversity, social justice, equity, and inclusion. Experience the cultural diversity at the University of New Hampshire today as expressed through its many multicultural student organizations. Any UNH student is welcome to join any of these student organizations!

Diversity Support Coalition

MUB Room 145
Phone: (603) 862-3550
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The Diversity Support Coalition(DSC) is an "umbrella" for six student organizations dedicated to supporting and fostering multiculturalism, diversity, social justice, equity, and inclusion at UNH. The DSC consists of six member groups:

Hillel is a group of students dedicated to creating a welcoming environment for both Jewish students and students interested in the Jewish culture and... Learn More
Explores and promotes Asian/Pacific Island cultures socially and culturally. Learn More
Provides a safe, self-labeling, open-minded environment for the gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgendered, questioning, and allied population on campus. T... Learn More
NACA raises awareness, advance respect, and advance understanding of the cultures, traditions, and teachings of the Native community. Learn More
(Latino / Hispanic student organization) hosts functions and events throughout the school year which emphasize the Hispanic culture and Heritage. Learn More
Strives to introduce, empower and educate the entire UNH community relating to Black identity and cultures and to promote the awareness of both histor... Learn More

Diversity, Equity, Access & Inclusion Resources

We have compiled an extensive list of helpful resources (both on and off-campus) to support the UNH community. Links to external websites and/or non-UNH information are provided as a courtesy and should not be construed as an endorsement by UNH of the content, views, products or services offered by the linked materials.

Diversity, Equity, Access & Inclusion resources

Incident Reports

If you have observed, experienced or been provided information about an incident of sexual harassment, and, or sexual violence, discrimination, harassment, retaliation or bias, please report the incident by contacting the Affirmative Action and Equity Office at (603) 862-2930 Voice / TTY Users 7-1-1 or submit an Incident Report Form (IRF). Anonymous reports may be submitted with the exception of Mandatory Reporters.

Incident Report Form

Safe Zones

FOR STUDENTS: Safe Zones programs are available for student organizations, residence halls, classrooms, department student staff trainings, off-campus organizations, etc.

FOR FACULTY AND STAFF: Safe Zones programs offer department-specific trainings, and some trainings that are open to mixed groups of faculty and staff from various departments.

Learn more about Safe Zones