UNH Student Rights, Rules, and Responsibilities: Community standards of behavior are intended to preserve and protect the University’s educational mission of teaching, research, and public service, as well as promote every student’s academic achievement and personal development. To attain these aspirations, students must live, work, and learn in an environment of civility and respect where both rights and responsibilities are deeply valued and highly cherished. For the University community to thrive, the rules of conduct under which we operate must be clear and understood by our members. The Student Code of Conduct attempts to codify and explain our standards of behavior and responsibility, as well as the rights and remedies accorded to all members of our community.
UNH Transportation Services: Everything you need to know from Wildcat Transit bus routes and maps, Nextbus tracking mobile app, parking policies and permits, campus maps, carpooling, and other transportation related programs and services at UNH and throughout the Seacoast.
The New Hampshire (TNH) is UNH’s only student-run newspaper published weekly on Mondays and Thursdays throughout the academic year. With a printed circulation of approximately 4,000, TNH is distributed in the Durham, Dover, Portsmouth and Newmarket communities. The paper is free to students and community members through funding by the University of New Hampshire’s Student Activity Fee as well as paid advertisements.
Blackboard: The go-to for all student records including billing, on-campus housing, etc.