Every day at the University of New Hampshire, we put into practice our mission of student safety. That’s why we are consistently ranked one of the top-10 safest college campuses in the country. We are proud to be a nationwide leader on this important ranking because it defines our community. You will feel safe here.
Equity, Justice and Freedom
Education. Advocacy. Community-building. The Beauregard Center supports underrepresented students and their allies and helps to steward a safer, more supportive campus environment.
From the dorms to the classroom, we are an LGBTQIAP+— inclusive campus. The Safe Zone program promotes one of UNH’s most powerful shared values: this is a place where we come together as allies for all Wildcats.
Staff members and trained student advocates stand up for survivors and healthy relationships, providing confidential resources and advocacy, along with campus-wide prevention initiatives.
Rave Guardian and uSafeUS Apps
Reach out to campus safety anytime, in real time, straight from your smart phone, with RAVE Guardian and uSafeUS apps.
Blue Light Emergency Telephones
Wherever you are on campus, there’s a Blue Light in sight. Activate the phone for a direct connection to the UNH Communication Center.
Walking escorts for all Wildcats anywhere on campus.
We are defined by our culture of inclusion. Every day at UNH, we strive to confront bias and discrimination and build an environment that brings out the best in each of our students. This takes leadership and teamwork. Wildcat to Wildcat and staff member to staff member. Campus-wide. 24/7.
Every residence hall on campus has electronic card access systems for 24-hour swipe entry. Students simply swipe their UNH ID for secure entry into their hall. Watch this video to learn more about housing safety, and discover why UNH and Durham are consistently ranked among safest campuses and college towns in the U.S.