At the University of New Hampshire, part of our commitment to educating members of our community on important topics means providing widespread community education through online courses. Wildcats United courses are a suite of online courses designed to promote the safety and well-being of our campus community while meeting important legal requirements. These courses cover a variety of essential topics including:
- Alcohol and Other Drugs
- Sexual Misconduct
- Identities and Inclusion
Community members can login to the platform and see any trainings that are assigned to them. You may be asked to login using your UNH credentials or asked to select your campus.
All students are required to take at least a sexual harassment prevention training through Wildcats United. Students will be assigned to one of the following courses depending on their campus and program.
Voices for Change
This training is mandatory for all incoming undergraduate Durham and Manchester students. Voices for Change focuses on four main topics: Identities and Inclusion, Consent and Sexual Violence, Alcohol and Other Drugs and Hazing and Intimidation. With a focus on self-reflection and real-world application, Voices for Change promotes bystander engagement throughout the course.
All incoming undergraduate students will receive an email over the summer inviting them to take the course.
Voices for Change - Refresher
This training is mandatory for all returning undergraduate Durham and Manchester students. The Voices for Change refresher re-introduces the key components from the primary Voices for Change course with a focus on ensuring students remember the key concepts, resources on-campus, and how to intervene as a bystander.
All returning undergraduate students will receive an email in September inviting them to take the course.
This training is mandatory for all incoming and returning graduate and law students, as well CPS online students. Graduate Upstanders focuses on consent, sexual violence, and bystander intervention, with an emphasis on University of New Hampshire definitions, policies, and resources.
All incoming graduate students will receive an email over the summer inviting them to take the course.
All returning graduate students and CPS online students will receive an email in September inviting them to take the course.
All employees are required to take courses on different topics depending on their role. These topics can range from cybersecurity to sexual misconduct. Employee courses are typically assigned in the fall semester and employees will be notified when they're assigned courses in the system.
The training modules are self-paced and take between 15-45 minutes to completed depending on the course. For technical support on the courses, please contact email@example.com.
We understand importance of ensuring the full inclusion of all persons by ensuring these courses are accessible to all. The Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) defines requirements for designers and developers to improve accessibility for people with disabilities. It defines three levels of conformance: Level A, Level AA, and Level AAA. These trainings are fully conformant with WCAG 2.1 level AA. Fully conformant means that the content fully conforms to the accessibility standard without any exceptions.
If you have concerns about your ability to complete trainings related to sexual misconduct due to personal experiences, you may contact the staff in SHARPP to make sure you receive the resources and information contained within the courses via a format that is best for your well-being. You will not be required to disclose any details of your experience.
Durham students should contact Rachel Stewart, Director of SHARPP & Confidential Advocate at Rachel.Stewart@unh.edu.
CPS (Manchester and Online) and Law students should contact Caroline Young, SHARPP Expanded Services Coordinator & Confidential Advocate at Caroline.Young1@unh.edu.