The Dean of Students Office
The Dean of Students Office provides support and advocacy for students. We answer questions, provide information about and referrals to campus resources; assist in students’ adjustment to the university; promote programs which address student needs, concerns and interests; and help students in resolving problems of any type.
We challenge students to conduct themselves with integrity in both personal and academic matters and hold them accountable for their decisions and actions. Our goal is to foster a community of mutual respect where students are actively engaged members of the university community.
Associate Vice President for Student Affairs & Dean of Students
The Associate Vice President for Student Affairs & Dean of Students is the senior student affairs officer at the university. The student life program has two primary functions: providing necessary services, such as food, shelter, and medical and psychological care; and facilitating students' learning, development and community involvement through a broad range of experiential learning opportunities. The Dean can be a source of direct help to students and also a facilitator for referrals to other offices. Students with questions or problems are always welcome to call or stop by the Dean of Students Office.
Frederic (Ric) Baker
Associate Dean of Students
The Associate Dean of Students' responsibilities include student conduct, development of the UNH learning community program, divisional assessment initiatives, and program development to support the integration of academic and student life.
The Coordinator for Student Conduct and Technology Applications assists in the overall student conduct process, specifically in the creation of educational programs to address student policies, assisting students with problem-solving, and developing technological mediums for policy education.
Title IX/Clery Compliance Coordinator
The Title IX/Clery Compliance Coordinator is responsible for coordinating UNH proactive educational campaigns on Title IX issues, the identification of and trainings for Campus Security Authorities, developing narrative sections of the Jeanne Clery Annual Security Report, and coordinating the revision of policies, procedures and protocols for gender based incidents in compliance with recent Federal and State mandates.
Lauren Saunders, Graduate Student Worker