UNH Student Life and the entire UNH community are here to support students as they navigate remote learning and the changes to campus life that COVID-19 has spurred. We are committed to students’ academic success and well-being, and we know these times can cause uncertainty, doubt, and stress. We’ve put this resource list together so students have the tools and resources they need to do well academically and to take care of themselves. This guide has brief descriptions of on-campus and Student Life services, as well as 24-hour and emergency resources.
Trail Finder makes it easy to find local trails so you can get out, get active, and explore New Hampshire and Vermont.
Center on Aging and Community Living (CACL) is the educational license holder of the documentary Age of Champions. Faculty and Staff may request permission to borrow the film for educational purposes. Additionally, CACL and the Recreation Management and Policy Department organize an annual event around healthy aging. The event is open to UNH staff and faculty as well as the community. This event brings together vendors and activities focused on health, active aging. All ages are welcome because "It's Never too Soon to Age Well!"
The UNH Outdoor Leadership & Management Option of the Department of Recreation Management and Policy oversee the Gass Climbing Center. A 45' x 65' artificial climbing wall located in New Hampshire Hall. The wall is used for numerous academic courses in the Outdoor Leadership & Management Option, group programs for both on and off campus groups as well as for open recreation to the UNH community.
How to access:
There are five basketball courts located at Campus Recreation, two on the lower level and three on the upper level of the Hamel Recreation Center. These courts are reserved on a first come first serve basis unless they are being used for a university scheduled activity. Patrons may bring their own basketballs or use one from the available equipment.
How To Access
All courts are open for play unless an activity is scheduled.
The following trails in the city of Concord are open to cyclers:
Eastman Street by the Styles Bridges Highway
Hazen Drive (Enter off East Side Drive)
Stickney Hill Road
Merrimack River Trail
A large park in New Hampshire that offers a baseball field, basketball court, football field, cross country skiing, running track, tennis courts, walking trails, and more.
A 5 mile hiking trail that borders the Contookcook River, taking about 2 hours to complete.
A 1.5 mile hiking trail along the floodplain of the Merrimack River which is a great area to notice all kinds of New Hampshire wildlife.