Student Services

Students foster multicultural community at UNH and beyond by choosing to make diversity part of their "curriculum" for personal growth and active participation in campus life. Through academic subjects, research opportunities, service learning, recreational activities, international studies, the arts, residential living, and student cultural groups, students have the opportunity to explore the diversity of human experience.

Career Center’s Diversity Network Program

Students in the DNP attend speical seminars throughout the year to learn about career development and planning, internship opportunities and networking skills. In addition there are Networking Lunches where career mentors dedicated to the value of diversity in the workforce, connect with students to provide an opportunity to practice their career skills and gain advice from those in the "real world." For more information about the program and/or to register go to: Diversity Network Program

We encourage students of color, international students, glbt students, students with disabilities, low-income/first generation college students, and students in fields traditionally under-represented such as women in the sciences and engineering, to join us for this program.

Center for Academic Resources

The Center for Academic Resources offers a wide range of academic support services. Many services are available to all undergraduate students enrolled in at least one course at UNH.  For more information

Scholarship Assistance

The UNH Fellowships Office provides information, counsel, and editorial support to highly motivated students (undergraduates, graduate students, and UNH alumni) applying for national and international fellowships and scholarships.
Contact: UNH Fellowships OfficeHood House, Room 207, TEL # 862-0733
Jeanne Sokolowski, Director

Other Scholarship Resources

President's Commission on the Status of People of Color
President's Commission on the Status of People with Disabilities