Who you’ll become on our campus starts with how you’ll belong. As you consider your college journey at UNH, you may be wondering what it means to belong and find community on campus. We’ve got you covered with five places where UNH students regularly fit in and find friends and community on campus.
1. Hamel Recreation Center
Hamel Recreation Center is the hub for all things active on our campus. Students love making new friends, competing and trying something new through many club sports—including synchronized skating and ultimate frisbee—and our huge variety of intramural sports—including broomball and soccer. Hamel Rec also offers group fitness classes and courts where students meet up to play basketball and pickleball.
The Memorial Union Building (MUB) is the center of student life on campus, where students gather to grab coffee and food in Union Court, relax in the bean bag room or compete with friends in the games room. UNH students love exploring our over 200 clubs and organizations. There’s something for everyone—from the United Asian Coalition, celebrating the heritage and traditions of Asian cultures, to Eco Reps, dedicated to making the community a better and cleaner place.
3. The Beauregard Center
The Beauregard Center for Equity, Justice and Freedom actively works towards a more inclusive and socially just campus. Initiatives include social justice education workshops and WildActs, UNH's only social justice theatre troupe.
4. Safe Zones
UNH’s Safe Zones program is an educational program to raise awareness of LGBTQIA+ issues and contribute to a campus climate of inclusion. The Safe Zones sticker is an ally symbol that can be seen posted around campus by students, faculty and staff who have participated in at least one UNH Safe Zones program or training.
5. Your Residence Hall
UNH students discover rich community and strong friendships while living on campus. They leave open the doors of their residence hall rooms while hanging out to encourage conversation and attend fun social events facilitated by resident assistants and hall directors.
Learn more about where you'll belong at UNH:
- Explore the student life stop and the school spirit stop on our virtual tour.
- Learn more about UDay at UNH, where students discover more about the campus community and our 200+ student organizations.
How do you get involved on campus? How easy is it to make friends in college? What is college campus life like? As a prospective college student, you may be wondering how you will find a campus where you can find your community. read more about student life