The University of New Hampshire prides itself on providing an inclusive and welcoming environment for students, staff, faculty, and administrators of diverse backgrounds, cultures, and experiences.
Offices & Initiatives
Civil Rights & Equity Office
Our office is responsible for oversight of University compliance efforts i aimed at creating a diverse, welcoming and equitable campus.
Office of Community, Equity & Diversity
Our office holds the responsibility for developing programs, policies and initiatives that serve to create a welcoming and diverse environment.
Student Accessibility Services (SAS)
SAS provides services to students who have permanent or temporary disabilities which impact their UNH experience.
UNH Safe Zones
UNH Safe Zones is an educational program to raise awareness of LGBTQIAP+ issues and contribute to a campus climate of inclusion at UNH.
Title IX is a federal law that prohibits discrimination on the basis of sex in education programs or activities operated by recipients of federal financial assistance.
McNair Scholars Program
The program aims to promote and nurture the next generation of faculty, researchers, and scholars by providing academic and social support services.
Preferred/chosen First Name
You may indicate a preferred/chosen first name that will appear in documents internal to UNH. The preferred/chosen first name will be used regardless of whether or not you have legally changed your name
Explore resources on the fundamentals of accessibility and disability, essential skills for creating accessible digital and paper resources, strategies to implement accessibility, and ways to access help and support.
Getting around, student support, public venues, student and employee accommodation request, dietary and housing concerns, enhanced communication technology assistance and more - this web site provides a wide variety of resources.
Report an incident
The Incident Report Form (IRF) replaces the Reportit! and Title IX Incident Report form.
The IRF is for all members of the community, including Mandatory Reporters.
Works on relevant unit-based inclusivity by exchanging information, discussing obstacles, resources, activities, best practices and creative ideas about inclusive pedagogy, recruiting, retention and programming.