Printing is available in all computer clusters using Cat's Cache. Scanning is also available from student Xerox copiers and the Learning Commons KIC Scanner.
Student computers include Microsoft Office, Web Browsing, SPSS, Adobe Reader, and a variety of course-specific software.”
Learning Commons Computing
The second floor Learning Commons is the site of our main computer cluster.
- We have Windows laptops available for students, staff, and faculty to borrow.
- Cluster (desktop) computers run Windows. Select iMac stations also run MacOS
- Computing help can be found at the Learning Commons Help Desk
1st Floor Open Cluster
On the south end of the first floor, there is a small cluster that is available any time UNH Manchester is open, even if the Learning Commons is not open. Printing can be retrieved down the hall in the Engineering Technology common area.
The Learning Commons provides one Windows workstation for Manchester community members, UNH alumni and all other guests.
- Visitors are allowed 60 minutes of computer use per day.
The campus provides access to high speed wireless internet access.
- Security policies are placed on the wireless network to allow use of the Web and email. This network traffic is monitored for excessive consumption of bandwidth.
- If you plan to use the wireless network, check your laptop to determine if it has wireless network capability installed. If not, you will need to purchase a wireless network card.
- Your laptop should also have current virus protection. Click here for more information.
- Please be sure to read and understand the UNH Acceptable Use Policy (as detailed by the USNH Online Policy Manual) at the University of New Hampshire
This network is a heavily restricted basic wireless network for non-UNH users to be able to browse the internet while on campus.
- UNH-Public is not suitable for students, faculty, or staff
A high-speed internet connection for all UNH students, faculty, and staff.
- Connect using your MYUNH account for access.
- More information on wireless connectivity at UNH
UNH Manchester has a range of classroom AV equipment for academic programs and student organizations. Here are some helpful tips to get you started:
- AV is subject to availability, make your request as early as possible. Requests must be submitted online.
- If needed, an AV demonstration can be given. Just have this noted on your request. Typically, this can be scheduled 10 minutes prior to your class.
- We recommend presentations be saved on a flash drive, Box.com (or similar online service), or email. Be sure to include all media (offline video or audio files) your presentation needs as well. Always test in advance
- If the room you are in does not have a computer, you may check out a laptop from the Learning Commons.
- Presenters may attach equipment using VGA or HDMI connections. If your device needs an adapter, please bring it. Adapters and cables may be checked out from the Learning Commons Help Desk and 3rd Floor IT Office.
- For more info, 603-641-HELP (4357) or visit room 339.
UNH Manchester Academic Technology supports faculty and students to enhance existing courses through the use of computer technology.
Instructional Design & Development (IDD) support will enable UNH faculty enhance the quality of their teaching and support the effective use of instructional technology in their courses.
Learning Management System (LMS) Assistance
Help for the new MyCourses (Canvas) Learning Management System. Assistance with new and migrated courses both online and hybrid is available.
The UNH Manchester IT department sends Directed Communication Emails on behalf of departments to Manchester students.
Request a mass email