Campus Resources


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Student Support Services Available on the Durham Campus


Center for Academic Resources (CFAR)

Smith Hall, Second Floor  ~ 603-862-3698


  • Academic coaching (meet with academic counselor, academic mentoring, subject area tutoring, course selection resources)
  • TRIO/Student Support Services (SSS)
  • Graduate school/GRE preparation, study tips and tools online (time management, exam preparation, organization, general study tips and tools, reading strategies, note taking)

Dean of Students Office

Thompson Hall, Room 102  ~ 603-862-2053


  • Medical leave of absence
  • Letters of temporary accommodation
  • Behavioral Intervention Team (BIT) consults for/under the Dean of Students Office
  • Basic needs coordination and case management

Health & Wellness

4 Pettee Brook Lane ~ 603-862-9355


  • Full-service ambulatory care program providing clinical medical care
  • Living Well Services including:
    •  Individual wellness coaching/education sessions

    •  Education/support groups

    •  Educational programs

    •  Community/public health resources

    •  Other wellness focuses (alcohol, tobacco and other drugs, chronic illness, complementary health, emotional health, eating concerns mentors, sex and gender, stress management

Student Accessibility Services (SAS)

Smith Hall, Second Floor ~ 603-862-2607


  • Strategies for success
  • Advising and course selection
  • Academic assistance
  • Accommodations (notetaking, academic accommodations, food allergies/dietary conditions, housing accommodations, mobility related, service animals), assistive technology, documentation support

Sexual Harassment & Rape Prevention Program (SHARPP)

2 Pettee Brook Lane ~ 24/7 Helpline: 603-862-SAFE


  • Crisis intervention
  • Advocacy
  • Medical accompaniment
  • Legal accompaniment
  • Academic intervention
  • Support groups
  • Debriefing consultations

The Aulbani J. Beauregard Center for Equity, Freedom and Justice (Beauregard Center)

Memorial Union Building (MUB), Room 120 ~ 603-862-5204


  • Support services
  • Advocacy
  • Cultural and educational programs
  • Student community meeting space
  • Social and study space
  • Video library

academic advising

Hood House, 89 Main Street ~ 603-862-2064


  • Advising for Continuing Education students, pre-admit students, and undeclared students in the College of Liberal Arts
  • Drop-in advising or schedule an appointment
  • Explore UNH majors and careers
  • Degree Works degree evaluation tool

UNH Career and Professional Success

Hood House, 89 Main Street ~ 603-862-2070


  • Career counseling
  • Career resources (resume templates, cover letter resources, interview techniques, job search support)
  • Internship support
  • Career events
  • Grad school advising

Office of International Student & Scholars (OISS)

Conant Hall, Room 315 ~ 603-862-1288


  • Coordinates programs to bring international, campus, and local communities together
  • Visa support and immigration advising
  • Admissions and financial aid
  • International student employment
  • Updates on US immigration orders
  • Housing/dining/health
  • Lunch group for students
  • Other activities

Military & Veteran Services

Hood House, Ground Floor ~ 603-862-0643


  • Financial aid questions
  • Career resources,
  • Broad support for veterans and active military individuals


Hood House, Room 116 ~ (603) 862-3488

Services: The Challenging Ourselves in a New and Nurturing Environment by Coming Together (CONNECT) Program is designed to help students that have been historically excluded from higher education (People of Color, first-generation and/or high financial need) thrive at UNH.

The Connors Writing Center

Dimond Library, Room 329 ~ (603) 862-3272


  • Writing support in person or virtual
  • Writing resources
  • Accountability sessions
  • Community writing table

The Dimond Library

18 Library Way ~ (603) 862-1535


  • My library accounts
  • Borrow & renew
  • Interlibrary loan
  • Computers and printing
  • Study spaces
  • Document delivery
  • Research guides,
  • Ask a librarian

The Math Center (MaC)

Kingsbury Hall, Room W383 ~ (603) 862-2320


  • Drop-in tutoring
  • Support for students in 400 level math courses
  • Private tutoring
  • Statistics consulting

Memorial Union Building

83 Main St. ~ (603) 862-2600

Services: The hub of student life on campus, the MUB has services, facilities, and student activities. Including:

  • Food Court,
  • Student mailroom
  • Games room
  • Campus services
  • Movie theaters
  • UNH bookstore
  • The Aulbani J. Beauregard Center
  • Student radio station
  • Various student organizations

Student Organizations

83 Main St. ~ (603) 862-2400

Services: Information about 250+ recognized student organizations on campus. Find new interests, develop leadership skills, and expand your social network.

Financial Aid Office

Stoke Hall, 11 Garrison Ave ~ (603) 862-3600


  • Assists students with paying for their tuition/housing at UNH
  • Help with FAFSA completion
  • Help with searching/applying for scholarships
  • Provides information about student loans

Registrar’s Office

Stoke Hall, Rm 180 ~ (603) 862-1500


  • Offers support around registering for classes and accessing academic records
  • Provides assistance with questions related to graduation, course catalogs, and other academic support

UNH Global (Global Education/Study Abroad)

Conant Hall, Room 310 ~ (603) 862-2398


  • Offers information and support to students looking to study abroad, either internationally or nationally
  • Provides support to international students and scholars (separate from Office of International Students and Scholars)

Civil Rights & Equity Office (CREO)

Thompson Hall, Room 305 ~ (603) 862-2930

Services: Responsible for oversight of the University’s 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.

Transportation Services

Transit & Connector: (603) 862-2328 ~ Transit Building, 20 Sage Way

Parking: (603) 862-1010 ~ Campus Services Office, Memorial Union Building, Room 211


  • Buses & shuttles: Wildcat transit routes, campus connector, arrival predictions, fares & information
  • Parking: Visitor parking, campus parking map, parking permits, ticket payments & appeals
  • Wildcat access: Safe rides, carpooling, regional transportation,
  • Mobile application: Nextbus

University Police Department

18 Waterworks Road ~ (603) 862-1427


  • Student and community safety services
  • RAVE Guardian
  • uSafe US
  • Blue light emergency telephone poles throughout campus
  • Walking escorts available
  • Campus alerts

UNH Chaplain and Spiritual Life Association

Thompson Hall, Room G06 ~ (603) 862-2054

Services: The UNH Chaplain and Spiritual Life Association is a spiritual community of associated chaplains, representing many of the world's religious, spiritual, and faith traditions, who share a collective commitment to serving the spiritual needs of the students, faculty, and staff of UNH.

  • Helps the UNH community stay connected with their faith tradition
  • Coordinates on-campus worship opportunities
  • Helps students find off campus congregations and organizations

Campus Recreation

Hamel Recreation Center, 5 Edgewood Rd. ~ (603) 862-2031

Services: offers a variety of programming including

  • Outdoor adventures
  • Club and intramural sports
  • Fitness classes
  • Aquatics


Office of Off-Campus Engagement and Fraternity and Sorority Life

MUB – Suite 114 ~ (603) 862-1002


  • Off campus Housing Portal can help students find housing off-campus (not affiliated with UNH)– click here
  • For more information about Fraternity and Sorority Life, click here

Housing & Residence Life

Housing: 10 Academic Way ~ 603 – 862 - 2120

Res Life: 5 Quad Way ~ 603 – 862 - 2268

Services: Online chat feature for immediate help. Can use the Housing Toolkit feature on website to be directed to services. Website includes:

  • Important dates (housing applications, etc.).
  • Interactive housing map
  • Live-On Requirement: as of Fall 2023, all new undergraduate, full time, first year and transfer students, who are under the age of 21, on the UNH Durham campus are required to live on campus for 4 semesters, unless they have an approved exemption.

Dining Services

Holloway Commons – Fourth Floor ~ (603) 862-1821

Services: Look on website for information about:

  • Menus and locations
  • Meal plan information
  • Nutrition
  • Sustainability
  • Hours, policies, etc.
  • Help with nutrition, nutrition concerns or goals
  •  Information about ID Cards.

Community Standards

Hitchcock Hall, 5 Quad Way ~ (603) 862-3377


  • Report various concerns, such as
    • Misconduct
    • Discrimination/harassment/interpersonal violence
    • Academic misconduct
    • Organizational misconduct
    • Concerns for a student’s wellbeing
  • Information about the UNH Conduct system
  • Parent and family resources for going through conduct system
  • Policies about educational records and privacy

Basic Needs

Thompson Hall , Room G06 ~ (603) 862-2053

Services: Provides housing, food and financial support to students in need.

  • Housing: The Inn Between is available to UNH students to pay for housing during Thanksgiving, Spring Break and January Term. UNH also provides emergency support for students experiencing emergency housing loss.
  • Food: Swipe it Forward is a program for UNH students who are challenged by food insecurity to confidentially request and receive meal swipes in the dining halls or as a Meal to Go. The Cats’ Cupboard is a free food pantry in MUB for students.
  • Money: The Student Emergency Financial Assistance Fund (SEFA) provides UNH students who are unable to meet essential expenses due to a temporary or unexpected hardship with short-term financial assistance once per academic year.
  • Laptop Loaner program.