Our Community

UNH's commitment expressed in its Strategic Plan by introducing The Office of Community, Equity and Diversity mirror the national focus on inclusive excellence, which requires strategic, ongoing interactions across campus and in all aspects of university life.  Our office serves as the central organizational structure to direct, monitor, advance, and support diversity efforts at the University. The office sponsors and promotes initiatives, as well as, provides resources for addressing issues of equity and diversity in institutional structure, recruitment and retention, curriculum, community climate, and outreach and engagement.  The office holds the responsibility for developing and sustaining programs, policies and initiatives that serve to create a welcoming environment for students, staff, faculty, and administrators of diverse backgrounds, cultures, and experiences.


Important Resources

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Racial Justice Resources

The creation of this guide is an ongoing collective effort from all across the UNH community. These resources are a starting point for educating yourself about systemic racism and the Black experience in America, and for taking steps to address and fight injustice. We acknowledge and appreciate the work of many others, especially those in the Black community, for the time and energy it took to create and collect these resources.

We encourage you to reach out to professionals on campus who can connect you to the resources you need.

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Affirmative Action and Equity Office (AA&EO)

Our office is responsible for oversight of University compliance efforts in regard to affirmative action, Title IX, disability laws and regulations, equal employment laws, and campus initiatives aimed at creating a diverse, welcoming and equitable campus.  AA&EO handles complaints of discriminatory harassment (including sexual harassment and violence) under the Discrimination and Discriminatory Harassment Policy.

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Preferred/chosen First Name

You may indicate a preferred/chosen first name that will appear in documents internal to UNH. The preferred/chosen first name will be used regardless of whether or not you have legally changed your name  
 

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McNair Scholars Program (TRIO)

The mission of the McNair Scholars Program is to prepare talented, highly motivated UNH undergraduates for entrance in to PhD programs in all fields of study. The program aims to promote and nurture the next generation of faculty, researchers, and scholars by providing academic and social support services in the form of academic-year internships and summer research fellowships.

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The Beauregard Center

The Beauregard Center is the student-advoacy office on campus.  The office creates opportunities for individuals to participate in an inclusive community and to explore and understand diversity, social justice, inclusion, and equity via a wide-variety of programming.

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Accessible UNH

Getting around, student support, public venues, student and employee accommodation request, dietary and housing concerns, enhanced communication technology assistance and more - this web site provides a wide variety of resources.

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