Safety & Security

The UNH College of Professional Studies is committed to supporting the welfare of its students, faculty, staff, and visitors by providing a safe and secure learning environment.



Incident Reporting

Use our form for anonymous reporting of conduct violations, discrimination, harassment, or violence of any kind (i.e. sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence, and/or stalking).

Incident report form


Clery Act

To meet the requirements of the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act of 1998, UNH CPS publishes a yearly Annual Security Report. To learn more about crime statistics and relevant safety issues, please read the report.

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Code of Conduct

"Membership in society implies minimal norms for civil behavior towards one another. It is our expectation that all members of our college community treat faculty, staff, and fellow learners with respect."

Respect is the center of this policy statement. Disrespectful, intimidating, or inappropriate behaviors are not acceptable at UNH CPS and should be reported as soon as possible. This policy applies to the entire UNH CPS community including staff, faculty, students, visitors, vendors, etc.

If in your judgment a member of our community's conduct is disrespectful, please discuss the incident with a UNH CPS staff member at your earliest convenience.




uSafeUS provides students, parents, family members, faculty, staff, prospective students, and off-campus community members at New Hampshire colleges with instant access on their smartphones and desktop computers to localized information to help survivors of sexual assault.

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CARES, CRRSA & ARP Act Emergency Grant Reporting

The following reports are available with details about how CARES, CRRSA, and ARP Act funds are used at the UNH College of Professional Studies.

Resources and Support

CARES, CRRSA, & ARP Act Emergency Grant Reporting

CARES Act Institutional Report

Updated July 9, 2024