Student Engagement

Student development and involvement


Mission Statement

We foster holistic student growth, development, and success through a variety of student programming.

Our student engagement and transitional programs empower students to:

  • Meet classmates at Student Orientations, Advising Days, and Wildcat Welcome Day

  • Attend events each week sponsored by Student Engagement
  • Participate in health and wellness workshops, conferences and lectures
  • Connect with peer educators in the classroom and on campus
  • Discover resources and create community in Transition Seminars
  • Join co-curricular activities and get involved with programming events on campus and in the greater Manchester Community

Visit Pandora Net to see upcoming events, Clubs and Organizations, and how to get involved on campus!  


Student Engagement
Second floor, Office 280

Leadership opportunitiesPeer mentoring and tutoring

Meet the Team

Student Involvement


Student Activities

The Office of Student Engagement creates events, activities, and collaborates with other campus offices and clubs to provide fun ways to get involved at UNH Manchester.

Want to know what's happening on campus?  Simply read the weekly editions of The Flush found in campus restrooms or stop by the Student Engagement desk to learn how to get involved!

Interested in adding your event to our The Flush? Please complete this form and email any questions to Ally Twitchell.


Transition Programs

First-Year Seminar

All first-year students enroll in this course designed and proactively delivered to promote student success. Students will cultivate the skills, values, and attitudes necessary to become confident and capable in the college environment.

Transfer Seminar

All transfer students enroll in this course which focuses on students’ adjustment to being at UNH Manchester. By incorporating topics such as campus resources, financial literacy, internship and career planning, self-reflection, and information literacy, the goal of this course is to foster the development of skills or strategies that are both applicable and valuable across disciplines as well promoting personal success during and after college.