McLaughlin is a small hall with first-year only residents who enjoy a strong sense of community within the building, as well as its great location! Situated on a hill overlooking the western side of campus, McLaughlin is surrounded by trees and grassy areas. It is close to the Dimond Library, Paul College, The Whittemore Center, Campus Rec, the outdoor pool, Amtrak station, and The Dairy Bar.
The first floor offers a single-use gender-inclusive restroom, and the ground floor has a gender inclusive community restroom.
32 Ballard St.
Durham, NH 03824
- First-Year Only Housing
- College of Health and Human Services
Meet Hall Director Hunter Hornsby
- Break Housing
- Inside bike storage
- Laundry Room
- Wi-Fi Internet
- Bunkable Beds (Few Loftable Beds)
Dedicated March 19th, 1955. Named in honor of Helen McLaughlin. Began working at The New Hampshire College of Agriculture and the Mechanic Arts in 1917 as a Home Demonstration Agent. Instructor in Home Economics from 1920 – 1953.
College of Health and Human Services
This learning community opportunity is available to all first-year students in the College of Health and Human Services – including those students who have selected a CHHS major and those students who are joining CHHS undeclared. CHHS first-year students participate in the Academic and Career Engagement (ACE) program. Choosing to live in this CHHS: ACE Learning Community will extend the benefits of ACE to your residential life experience. CHHS ACE uses personalized academic and career coaching and peer mentors to support academic success and the transition to UNH and CHHS. CHHS ACE also connects first-year students with others who share interests in health and human services and have goals of working to enhance the lives of individuals, families, and communities. First-year students who select to join the CHHS: ACE Learning Community will live together in McLaughlin Hall and be able to extend and expand the supports, resources, and connections of ACE.