Resources On Campus

" I am Jewish and was born in Israel. I was able to help establish a new Jewish student group on campus without any complications. I am able to practice my religion and celebrate my culture and holidays without judgement or hostility."

- Anonymous International Student

 

On the UNH campus, there are some awesome ways to get involved. Here is a list of some of the clubs and organizations on UNH's campus:

 

  • Black Student Union
  • Buddies Without Borders
  • Caribbean Cats
  • Chabad Jeiwsh Student Group
  • Chinese Student and Scholar Association
  • Delta Xi Phi
  • Desi Students' Association
  • Diversity Support Coalition 
  • Hillel
  • Indonesian Students Association
  • Iranian Association
  • Japanese Cultural Club
  • Middle Eastern Cultural Association
  • Muslim Students Association
  • NALA
  • National Society of Black Engineers
  • Native American Cultural Association
  • Society of Asian Scientists and Engineers
  • UNH MOSAICO
  • United Asian Coalition
  • Vietnamese Student Association

 

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There are also many offices on campus that supprot international and culturally diverse students. Here are a few of them:

  • Office of Multicultural Student Affairs (OMSA): OMSA creates opportunities for people to participate in an inclusive community and to explore and understand diversity, injustice and equity. Their work is grounded in understanding diversity that includes people of all abilities, ages and ethnicities, genders, nationalities, races, religions and spiritual traditions, socio-economic classes and sexual orientations.

 

  • Office of International Students and Scholars (OISS): The OISS participates in the creation of a culturally diverse learning environment by coordinating programs and activities which encourage interaction between the international, campus and local communities, fostering awareness, appreciation and understanding of other cultures, and promoting international education at UNH by facilitating the enrollment and employment of foreign nationals and by providing them with essential support services. 

 

"Everyone is helpful, especially OISS! They really help with all the issues that international students face."

- Anonymous International Student

 

  • Office of Student Involvement in Leadership (OSIL): the OSIL is the nucleus for student involvement at UNH, providing programs, resources and opportunities that promote student involvement in ways that positively affect the learning, growth, and development of each student, while enhancing the quality of life at UNH and the greater community. 

 

  • Career and Professional Success (CaPS): the CaPS team offers career advice and support to UNH students. They are here all year long to help students and alumni with resumes and cover letter support, career exploration and coaching, jobs and internship search support and preparation, alumni and industry mentoring connections, and much more.