Housing & Dining

SNHU Hampton Hall


UNH Manchester has partnered with Southern New Hampshire University to offer housing at SNHU’s newly renovated Hampton residence hall located at 2500 North River Road, Manchester, NH 03106.

The suite-style accommodations offer two singles, two doubles, a shared bathroom and common living area. They also come equipped with living essentials, including full-time residence directors and resident assistants who are always available to answer your questions.

You must be a full-time UNH Manchester undergraduate (enrolled in 12 or more credits) or graduate student to be eligible for housing. Offers are made via email on a space-available basis. Once you complete and submit the housing application, check your UNH email frequently and respond to our offer so we know you accept. Students who accept our offer of campus housing agree to the terms of the SNHU Room & Board Agreement.

Housing applications for fall 2023 must be submitted by Friday, July 28.

Housing application

Please email application to housingquestions@snhu.edu. Housing applications for fall 2023 must be submitted by Friday, July 28.

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  • Each suite has two singles, two doubles, a shared bathroom and common living area outside of the suite.
  • Each room has a Twin XL bed, desk, desk chair, wardrobe, and dresser.
  • All units are equipped with cable and internet connections per bedroom.
  • The building population consists of new incoming, transfer, and returning students.
  • The Pride and Gaming Floors are in Hampton Hall.
  • Residents have swipe card access to enter the building, their hallway, and their suite, and a hard key to access their individual bedrooms.
  • Laundry facilities are located on the first floor of each building, and there are no additional fees for laundry.
  • Amenities of the building include a main lounge area with pool and Foosball, study area, kitchenette, and air conditioning.
  • The Residence Director's office, and the RA office are located in Windsor Hall (the next building over)
  • There are five Resident Assistants in the building.
  • Mail is sent to student's mailbox located in the student center.

FAQs including what to bring and what not to bring 

Housing Costs 
  • Single: $5,000 per semester 

  • Double: $4,500 per semester 

Residents are also required to pay a $250 SNHU comprehensive fee each semester for access to designated campus facilities, events and programming on campus. Students will receive a list of facilities and services that this fee covers in their move-in information packet prior to arrival.

Meal Plan Cost (required for campus housing) 
  • $1,900 per semester for membership meal plan*

* Since the academic calendar end dates for SNHU and UNH Manchester vary, UNH Manchester residents must pay $25 per day for meals at the end of the semester dependent on the additional days they choose to stay on the SNHU campus.

Parking at SNHU is free and included with your housing fees. 

Residential students have access to the Manchester Transit Authority buses that run between the SNHU and UNH Manchester campuses as well as other points around downtown Manchester and the millyard. Route 5 runs from SNHU to Veteran's Park, where you switch to Route 41 (Green DASH) to get to UNH Manchester. More details on bus passes will be available soon.


Self-identifying with Student Accessibility Services (SAS) is the first step in both gathering useful information – what SAS offers & what other resources exist – and establishing accommodations. You will need to provide documentation, make an appointment to review/discuss it, and identify appropriate accommodations. Please see the Documentation Guidelines for direction on what to provide. If you are unsure, submit/bring whatever you may have so we can review and evaluate it.

To get accommodation letters set-up:

  • Complete the Online Intake via Clockwork
  • Schedule an appointment to meet with a SAS staff member (this can be face-to-face or via SKYPE/ZOOM)

There is no deadline to make contact with SAS, complete the Online Intake, or provide documentation to SAS. The process of identifying and determining accommodations is an ongoing conversation. Students should provide additional documentation and/or talk with SAS as concerns and needs arise, or as the condition of the disability changes.

As part of our effort to be paperless, all documentation should be submitted via ClockWork (in electronic format). Please do not send disability-related documentation to Admissions or Housing. SAS is the central location for this information.

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