Spring 2021: Office Open with Limited Staffing

In an effort to continue the mitigation of the COVID-19 virus, effective February 1, 2021, the Community Standards office in Hitchcock Hall will be physically open with limited staffing and hours. However, we are working remotely and avaialble during regular business over email, phone, and Zoom. We encourage all individuals to contact our office via email or phone, if possible. We are not offering in-person meetings or appointments at this time.

If visiting our office in-person to drop off paperwork or ask a question, please wear a face mask/covering and only if you are not experiencing COVID-19 symptoms or feeling ill. Additionally, please enter our office from the northeast corner of Hitchcock Hall in Upper Quad (door labeled "Community Standards").

This is subject to change based on the University's evolving COVID-19 operating status.

Welcome to Community Standards

Welcome to the University of New Hampshire Community Standards (CS) office.  We support the academic mission of UNH by maintaining the general welfare and safety of the University community and preserving a productive living and learning environment.  This is accomplished by our administration of the University of New Hampshire Student Code and Conduct Process; the agreed upon community standards established by UNH students, staff, and faculty. 

To achieve these aspirations, the Community Standards office supports and enforces standards of behavior designed to foster an environment of civility and respect where both rights and responsibilities are deeply valued.  CS respects each and every UNH student by protecting their rights and ensuring fairness through the enforcement of University policies and regulations.  CS believes in personal responsibility, accountability, and that your choices matter.

COVID-19 Information & Resources

Incident Reporting
To report an incident in which a student, or group of students, violates the UNH COVID-19 policies, please complete our online COVID Incident Reporting Form. Reports can be made by students, faculty, staff, and members of the general public. Provide as much information and detail as you are able. Use the button or QR code below to access the form.

COVID-19 Incident Reporting Form

QR Code

Additional Resources:

UNH Coronavirus Website

Rider to SRR&R Administrative Policies
(Compliance with University Public Health Protocol)

DEAN OF students message to students  

Individual Complaint Form

Are you an individual looking to file a complaint against a UNH student for misconduct? This can be a student-to-student report or an employee (faculty/staff) to student report. If so, please submit a Student Conduct Complaint form.

Student Conduct Complaint Form

Got Questions?

Navigating the conduct system can be a challenging experience for students. While accountability is important, our office also places much emphasis on fairness and consistency. If you ever have any questions about the UNH conduct process, don't hesitate to contact us. Click here to view some of our most commonly asked questions.

reportit! at UNH


reportit! is the place to report and learn about incidents of bias, discrimination and/or harassment.

By submitting a report or learning more about this type of behavior, you help us to improve our campus and community climate.