Tonight: Campus meeting on civility, respect and safety

May 11, 2017

Members of the UNH Community,
We condemn the disrespectful language and behavior exhibited on campus around the Cinco de Mayo holiday. Here at UNH and on campuses across the country, there has been a disturbing increase in incidents involving uncivil, even hateful, behavior. We condemn all such acts – they have no place at UNH. We invite the campus community to the Granite State Room in the MUB at 7 p.m. tonight for a conversation about these issues and how we can build a stronger, more respectful UNH community.
Every member of our community deserves to feel safe and respected, and we will not tolerate threatening behavior or bullying on social media or in person. If anyone experiences acts of hate or discrimination, we encourage you to use the form on report it . If you feel that you are physically in danger, please call the UNH Police Department at 862-1427 or email UNH Police Chief Paul Dean .
gnature of UNH President Mark Huddleston
Mark W. Huddleston
gnature of Nancy Targett
Nancy Targett