Residence Halls

The UNH campus is where lifelong friendships are formed. It is where you become immersed in a community that can only be accessed through everyday living! 





  • 93% of students on-campus think their residence hall is a place where civility and respect are fostered
  • 94% of residents feel respected when they are at UNH
  • 96% of students feel like they have at least one good friend on campus
  • 95% of residents agree that most people on their floor are respectful of each other





  • 99% of residents respect their Resident Assistants
  • 93% of residents believe their Hall Director has had a positive impact on their community 
  • 97% of residents are aware of campus resources that can support their physical and mental wellness on campus 
  • 95% of residents are satisfied with the quality of events provided by their hall council
  • All suites consist of one spacious triple room with its own private bathroom, air-conditioning, and floor-to-ceiling windows. Life in ATW gives residents the feeling of independence within a close-knit, upper-division community! Learn More
  • Alexander Hall is centrally located on campus and shares an outdoor quad area with several other residence halls. Learn More
  • Located right next to Philbrook Dining Hall and our twin building Williamson Hall, it is minutes away from many academic buildings, making it a convenient place to call home. Learn More
  • Proximity to the campus core and steps away from recreation facilities are just a few of the reasons first-year through seniors are attracted to life in Congreve. Learn More
  • Engelhardt is a small hall on campus, making it easy to get to know everyone in the building. Residents commit to keeping the hall free of alcohol and other drugs. Learn More
  • As the International Connections themed Hall, Fairchild houses domestic students who want a rich and diverse cultural experience and citizens of countries around the world. Learn More
  • Join the Club! In Gibbs, you will live in a small tight-knit community called "The Clubhouse". Focusing on sports, fitness, and wellness, the Gibbs staff and Hall Council provide residents opportunities for this active community to get to know each other. Learn More
  • Completed in 2008, Haaland Hall houses students from a diverse array of backgrounds and represent many different identities and personalities. Learn More
  • Handler is one of the newest residence halls on campus. The building houses nine resident assistants, and a full-time professional staff member. Learn More
  • Hetzel Hall is not available for 2022-2023 housing assignments. Learn More
  • Hubbard is a medium co-ed residence hall that houses two themes: "Honors" and "Making the Grade," providing a place for students who want to live in a building where there are high academic expectations. Learn More
  • A small but involved co-ed hall made up of first-year and upper-class students. Learn More
  • Jessie Doe is ideally located for easy access to the main campus, next door to Stillings Dining Hall and the Whittemore Center. It has a mixed population of first year and upper-class students. Learn More
  • Lord is a small hall that houses first-year residents with a great sense of community. It is conveniently located for easy access to the main campus, next door to Stillings Dining Hall and the Whittemore Center. Learn More
  • McLaughlin Hall is close to the Whittemore Center Arena and the Field House. It's steps away from Stillings Dining Hall. McLaughin is a small hall with a great community of students. Learn More
  • Mills Hall is a large, suite-style, residence hall, centrally located in the heart of the University of New Hampshire (UNH) campus and near downtown Durham. Learn More
  • Peterson is a medium co-ed hall. It has both traditional style rooms and suite style rooms in singles, doubles or triples, all air-conditioned. Learn More
  • Sawyer is a small co-ed hall. It is in prime location on campus and recently renovated. Learn More
  • Scott Hall is located in the heart of the campus and is arguably the most picturesque, with its classic design and sprawling lawn. Learn More
  • Stoke is the largest residence hall at UNH. The community is comprised mostly of freshmen and sophomore students, allowing for great friendships and mentoring to occur in the building. Learn More
  • If you have an interest in the arts or merely enjoy being around folks that enjoy the arts, Eaton is a place for you to consider living with likeminded folks. Learn More
  • Located right near College Woods and surrounded by plenty of great trees for hammocking or slack-lining, Hall House is a great environment for all sorts of fun outdoor experiences. Learn More
  • Marston is home to residents who mostly live in single rooms (6 double rooms are available) but enjoy utilizing the lounge spaces for recreation and academics. Learn More
  • Richardson is perfect for students who like having their own space but also enjoy hanging out with friends. The building has two lounges for students to hang out with friends and study. Learn More
  • Living in Devine gives you a small hall feel, while actually living in a large hall! Learn More
  • Hitchcock is comprised of three great floor communities for freshman and sophomores. The first floor is all male and the second and third floors are female. Learn More
  • Randall is comprised of four floors located in the middle of the “Upper Quad”. The ground floor has a wonderful longe, perfect for studying or hanging out. Learn More
  • Steps from Philbrook Dining Hall, Williamson Hall is the host to our First Year Experience with programs and events geared to new Wildcats so you can get the most out of UNH. Learn More