A collection of resources that will assist individuals with disabilities as they navigate campus.
Parking: (603) 862-1010
Transit: (603) 862-2328
Bus and shuttle schedules, parking permit purchases and questions, Access Van scheduling.
CFAR educational counselors and peer academic mentors are available to help students address academic challenges, reach goals, and find the right support resources on campus.
The UNH Mathematics Center (MaC) is a tutoring center for UNH students sponsored by the Department of Mathematics and Statistics. MaC offers walk-in help to students enrolled in several mathematics courses offered at UNH. The service is free, and no appointments are necessary.
The Connors Writing Center offers one-on-one writing conferences to current UNH students (undergraduate and graduate). They offer fifty-minute conferences conducted by trained writing assistants who are UNH students.
The PAC is a support center for students taking early programming classes in Computer Science and Information Technology and is free to use for students. Experienced student staff offer drop-in help as well as tutoring.
Health & Wellness offers medical care, wellness education, and health promotion. They offer a range of services from medical appointments, pharmacy, radiology, and labs to massage therapy and wellness coaching. Some services are covered by the student health fee and others are not. Please see their website for more information.
PACS provides students with support and education for their personal and academic success through confidential counseling, psychiatric consultation, outreach and prevention services. These services are included in the student services fee.
Military & Veteran Services provides student veterans, service members, and dependents with assistance in processing military educational benefits, space to socialize and study, and coordinates veteran-specific orientation, opportunities, and appointments.
The SLHC offers a full range of speech, language and communication services to children and adults. Evaluations and intervention are provided by graduate student clinicians under the supervision of licensed, certified speech-language pathologists. Fees are on a sliding scale; they do not bill medical insurance.
ATinNH offers training, education, and outreach in the form of classes and workshops, as well as AT services such as equipment demonstrations and loans. For loans, please search their online equipment database at NH AT4ALL.
Northeast Passage offers innovative barrier-free recreation and health promotion programs. Staff teach courses at UNH, rent adaptive sports equipment, and offer ongoing programs in recreational and competitive sports.
The Beauregard Center has as its central mission to create a more inclusive, equitable, and socially just campus through education, advising, advocacy and community building. Services offered to students include academic support, getting connected at UNH, and learning more about race, class, gender, sexuality, and more!