Information Technology

Student Computing

Our open computing clusters provide you with computer access in a productive working environment for academic activities. An active UNH Account is required to log in to UNH Student Cluster Computers.

Student computers include Microsoft Office, Web Browsing, SPSS, Adobe Reader, and a variety of course-specific Windows software applications.

Printing is available in all computer clusters using Cat's Cache. Scanning is also available using the Learning Commons KIC Scanner.


Third floor, room 339
Phone: (603) 641-HELP
IT Support Form myUNH

Learning Commons Computing

The second floor Learning Commons is the site of our main computer cluster. 

  • Windows laptops are also available for students, staff, and faculty to borrow.
  • Cluster (desktop) computers run Windows.
  • Research and other help can be found at the Learning Commons Help Desk

1st Floor Open Cluster

On the south end of the first floor, a smaller cluster is available any time UNH Manchester is open, even if the Learning Commons is closed. Printers are down the hall in the Engineering Technology common area.

Guest Workstation

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 a high-speed wireless internet connection.

  • The Eduroam wireless network provides the peace-of-mind security of a wired network with the mobility of wireless.
  • The purpose of the eduroam network is to allow visitors from other academic institutions to gain network access without going through a local configuration.  Also, UNH users can visit other eduroam institutions and gain network access.
  • Laptops joining eduroam should have current virus protection.
  • 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


UNH-Open is an open network with limited access. Its purpose is to serve guest users and act as a launching pad to Eduroam.

  • UNH-Open is not suitable for students, faculty, or staff


A high-speed internet connection for all UNH students, faculty, and staff.

  • To configure your device for eduroam, visit
  • Knowledgebase articles related to Wireless Networking can be found here.

UNH Manchester has a range of classroom AV equipment for academic programs and student organizations. Here are some helpful tips to get you started:

  • Each classroom at UNH Manchester is equipped with at least one digital projector and both VGA and HDMI connections to it. Some rooms come equipped with a computer as well.
  • Other AV equipment is subject to availability. You may Request AV Equipment
  • If needed, AV demonstrations can be given by Learning Space Technologies staff.
  • 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.

Request AV Equipment

Academic Technology

UNH Manchester Academic Technology supports faculty and students to enhance existing courses through the use of computer technology.

Instructional Design

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.
learn More about instructional design

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. 
learn more about the LMS