UNH's primary web domain (unh.edu) is comprised of pages and sites representing the University's colleges, schools, departments, offices, or other units, as well as those of individual UNH faculty, staff, and students. The views and opinions expressed by individual faculty, staff, and students on their own personal webpages are strictly those of the page authors; the page content is not subject to review or approval by the University of New Hampshire.
Many UNH department websites are internally managed. Most of these sites are built and reside on the Drupal open-source content management platform, maintained by UNH Web and Mobile Development. For those few sites continuing to use traditional HTML programming, a toolkit is available for public use.
The homepage of the University of New Hampshire (www.unh.edu) and its top-level inside pages were designed and developed internally by Communications and Public Affairs and Web and Mobile Development. We value your suggestions and input; if you would like to provide feedback, please use this form.
UNH Social Media
The University has established guidelines designed to help UNH employees who create or contribute to University-related electronic social media to do so in a respectful, professional and relevant way to protect the University’s reputation and mission. We recognize the value of this medium and encourage participation by UNH units as long as it falls within their communication needs and goals.
Social Media Guidelines (UNH policies, etiquette and awareness, safety tips)
Social Media Directory (list of campus departments and groups using social media)
UNH Mobile App
The UNH Mobile Application Suite was developed internally between members of Information Technology and Communications and Public Affairs. Released originally on 12/21/12, the app houses numerous individual modules which serve a wide range of purposes aimed to provide a more enriching experience, highlighting the many virtues of UNH. In September 2015, the app's version 3.0 release expanded to include UNH's other campuses in Manchester and Concord, in effort to better serve the larger UNH community. Learn more about UNH Mobile.
UNH Today is distributed weekly via email to the campus as well as alumni and friends of UNH. If you have a story idea, or wish to promote a local event, please let us know. Story placement is not guaranteed. Please provide a summary of the story or event along with a proper address or URL where additional details can be found. If submitting an event, it must be listed on the UNH Master Calendar and open to the general public. Ten working days notice is required for events in the calendar section.
The University of New Hampshire is committed to making its websites accessible to all users in compliance with the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) guidelines as the standard for World Wide Web accessibility and compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act.
UNH Policies and Protocols:
Effective July 1, 2011, all videos, sound files and multimedia appearing on UNH web sites must be captioned in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1977, and the World Wide Web Consortium Accessibility Guidelines.
Effective July 1, 2013, all footers on UNH sites must contain the following line:
TTY Users: dial 7-1-1 or 1-800-735-2964 (Relay N.H.)
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