UNH is an open environment that welcomes and supports diversity through its student organizations and student life offices.
Here are some organizations/ resources that help create a safe and encouraging environment:
Office of Multicultural Student Affairs creates opportunities for students, faculty, and staff to participate in an inclusive community and to expand and understand diversity, injustice, and equity.
The UNH President's Commission on the Status of Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgender Issues helps make UNH welcoming and inclusive; as do the Commissions on the Status of Women; People of Color; and People with Disabilities.
Hillel servers as the center for Jewish life on campus, and fosters a more tolerant and inclusive environment.
The United Campus Ministry is an ecumenical Christian ministry to the UNH community.
CONNECT is week-long orientation program for incoming multicultural students. It is held just prior to the start of the academic year. Participants meet other students, faculty, and staff, and become familiar with campus and University resources.
Theme-Living Communities offer students a challenging and supportive environment in which to explore diversity. Leadership is collaborative: students share in promoting a positive, safe, and fun-filled environment.
Visit the Diversity Resources web site to learn more about how UNH embraces and celebrates diversity.