Campus Recreation provides outstanding experiences to enhance healthy lifestyles in the UNH community. Looking to work out, play club or intramural sports, or go on an adventure through nature? Campus Recreation has a variety of programming for everyone to enjoy.
Our national award-winning program utilizes the Guiding Stars© nutritional rating system to provide our guests with healthy food choices. Our chefs are certified through the American Culinary Federation. We have our own registered dietitian who can help with any special dietary needs. What’s more, we work everyday to make sure our practices are sustainable.
Graduate Student Housing
Babcock Hall is a unique and vibrant community of students 21 and older. You'll live with a mix of international, graduate, and non-traditional/undergraduate students. Babcock Hall offers single occupancy rooms, each of which includes a mini fridge for your personal use!
To discuss all graduate housing options, please contact UNH Housing at Housing.Office@unh.edu.
Graduate Student Senate
The Graduate Student Senate (GSS) is the official voice of UNH's graduate student body. We work hard to advocate for graduate students, representing their interests across UNH and the university system. We also work to engage the state legislature and foster a sense of community and social engagement among graduate students on campus.
Memorial Union Building
The Memorial Union and Student Activities fosters a sense of community and inclusion at the University of New Hampshire. We provide services and facilities that enhance the quality of campus life, support the academic mission of the University, and create opportunities for student development and engagement.
UNH Transportation Services
From campus parking to the transit services that connect UNH with the surrounding communities, Transportation Services is committed to operational excellence and providing reliable service that maintains a safe environment for travelers.
The nationally accredited University Police Department’s mission is to support the University community in creating a safe environment that is conducive to higher education by protecting life and property while supporting the rights and dignity of all persons. Specific educational programs, including drug and alcohol abuse prevention, are provided by professionally trained police officers. Rape Aggression Defense (RAD) is taught to female students, staff, faculty, or community members, and a walking patrol provides escort services for students, faculty, and staff.