Student Involvement & Clubs

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Whether you're interested in sports, academics, culture or charity, there's a club for you. If you have a unique interest or idea to share, start your own club! There are many resources to help you get involved.


This group’s purpose encourage fluency in ASL and involvement in the deaf community. The ASL club unites students involved in the ASL program before, after, and during classes.

Biology Club

We aim to compose a student body to explore all fields of Biology and related sciences and to provide an open horizon of the biological community out in the world.

Common Ground

Common Ground’s mission is to provide a safe, welcoming place for LGBT+ students and their allies. We also educate the campus as a whole on LGBT+ issues. We seek to provide an outlet for LGBT+ and allied students to freely express themselves and their sexual/gender identity.


We are a community of student, academic and business leaders committed to using the power of entrepreneurial action to transform lives and shape a better, more sustainable world. To sign up for this winning team, contact us below or come to our info meeting. Students must be at least a sophomore and can be from any major.

Intervarsity Christian Fellowship

This group serves as a safe place for us to grow and connect with others and to foster faith and beliefs as a group or individually.

The Manchester Independent

The Manchester Independent is a student-run organization with the goal of creating a newspaper to cover the greater Manchester area.

    Contact: Editor-in-Chief Nathan Whitehead at

    Contact: Advisor Professor Seth Abramson at

Milling Around

UNH Manchester’s first coed a cappella group, Milling Around, is a hot vocal group that is building a repertoire for all musical tastes. Every fall we host Voices of the (603), an a cappella competition for the state of New Hampshire.

Pre-Dental Society

We will collaborate on: Preparing to take the DAT exam; Knowing what it takes to get into school; Figuring out which schools to apply; Ensuring you know the per-requisites; Important Dates; Local Community Service Opportunities; and much more!

Psychology & Neuropsychology Club

The field of Psychology can be a difficult one to break into, so the Psychology Club was formed to make it a little easier. The club will be a host to career workshops and guest speakers from the industry to provide our members with the leg up they need to make an impact after graduation.

UNHM Running Club

The UNHM Running Club meets a few times a week on campus to go for group runs. At least one group run every week is designed for beginners, with a slow-paced, short run and helpful advice from more experienced club members. The Running Club also does longer trail runs starting from the UNH Manchester campus.

Tri Beta National Biological Honor Society

TriBeta is an honor society for students dedicated to enhancing the understanding and appreciation of biology and expanding human knowledge through scientific research.

Game Club

This group’s purpose is to build community through their mutual interest in gaming. This group meets throughout the semester.

Music Club

This organization is dedicated to the appreciation and performance of music in all its forms.

Literature Club

We assign, read and digest democratically selected pieces and meet to discuss literature as well as any creative pieces.   

Veterans Club

This group strives to create a cohesive and supportive community on campus for student veterans, active duty students and those who support us. Participation is driven by creating on-campus events and fundraisers to promote awareness and give back to the community while appreciating all who serve.


For questions regarding student organizations please contact

It's easy to start your own club — but before you do, we ask you to please consider the following:
  • Is there already a similar student organization on campus?
  • What unique contribution would this group make to UNH Manchester?
  • How committed are you to seeing this group succeed?
  • Do you have a core group of at least 5 students to get the organization up and running?
  • What are your goals for the future of this organization?

If you're ready for the commitment of club leadership, simply submit the club recognition form and advisor handbook to

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All event submissions should be submitted one month prior to the event date. We will make every attempt to include events submitted with less than four weeks notice, but cannot provide a guarantee they will be included in The Flush.

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