UNH students

Discover life as a Wildcat.

Whether you’re already a Wildcat or you're about to become one, learn how to get the most out of the student experience by exploring all the opportunities and services that are a part of UNH's vibrant campus community.
Learn more about the Student Life experience at UNH by visiting our Student Life website.
Keep many of our key resources in one place by downloading the UNH Mobile App.
You can find additional resources for students on the Manchester campus here, and the Law school campus here.
Not sure where to go? Contact your Dean of Students.

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UNH Campus

One of the greenest campuses in the country, award-winning dining, and housing options that range from first-year residence halls to units for lovers of the arts, sciences and the great outdoors. This is campus life at UNH.

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Health, Wellness & Safety

A full array of health and wellness services, miles of campus trails and the 18,000-square-foot HRC (Hamel Rec Center), complete with bouldering wall, cycling studio and outdoor pool. All on one of the safest campuses in the country.

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Getting Involved

More than 250 student-led clubs and organizations. Homecoming. The U-Day picnic. First-in-the-nation politics. Volunteer opportunities galore. Get involved with campus life and explore your passions.

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Our 11 schools and colleges offer 200 degree programs in more than 100 major fields of study. Whether you’re looking for a tutor, an amazing internship, or want to study abroad, we’ll get you started.

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Admissions & Financial

Wonder about applying or enrolling at UNH? Need to check the status of your financial aid package or pay for tuition? Want to learn about the many scholarship options? Find help here. 


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    "Become the Roar"

     Students officially become Wildcats as they pass through the Thompson Hall arches during June orientation.

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    "Pat the Cat"

    One of the first things new Wildcats do when they get to UNH is pat the wildcat statue for good luck.

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    "University Day"

     We kick off the new academic year with a picnic and outdoor festivities on T-Hall lawn.

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    "toss that fish"

    A time-honored, quirky reminder to the opposition:
    Wildcats know how to win 
    and have fun doing it.

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    "unity day"

    A year-end service event celebrating community and Wildcat spirit.


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    "MLK Celebration"

     Each year, the campus community pays tribute
    to Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. through service projects and events that foster a culture of compassion.

Upcoming Events


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