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Library Units

The Assessment Office collects, maintains, and reports data necessary to evaluate the adequacy and utilization of the library’s services and the impact of those services on the UNH user community. Its analyses support data-driven decision making and program development at all levels of the library organization, and inform the library’s reports to regional and national data banks and accreditation agencies.

Phone:  (603) 862-1540
Fax:  (603) 862-0247
Location:  Dimond Library 345

The UNH Chemistry Library provides reference assistance related to the field of chemistry, chemical information databases, a large collection of chemistry books and journals available for checkout, computers available for patron use, and a conference room that patrons can reserve. The library circulates materials for check out from the Chemistry stacks and also maintains reserves for many related UNH classes. Reference services include assistance on-site, by phone, and via email, as well as in-depth research consultations and instructional sessions upon request.

Phone:  (603) 862-1083
Location:  Iddles Wing, Parsons Hall N109

The Circulation Unit is responsible for circulating a variety of materials including those on reserve and those available on Levels 1, 2, 4, and 5 of Dimond Library and manages the library's stacks and remote storage building. Circulation also handles the issue and renewal of library borrowing cards.

Circulation includes the Dimond Library circulation desk, reserves, periodicals, microforms, multimedia center, stacks, storage, and student hiring and management.

Phone:  (603) 862-3125
Fax:  (603) 862-0294
Location:  Dimond Library 310


Collection Management is responsible for the selection and acquisition of books, periodicals, videos, microforms, and electronic materials (including indexes and databases) for the UNH Library. We also determine the suitability of gifts for the collection and provide information on collection, create general collection development policies, and manage the library approval plan.

Phone:  (603) 862-2454
Fax:  (603) 862-2907
Location:  Dimond Library 137

The Dean's Office is responsible for providing the environment, resources, and support necessary for the University Library to achieve its mission of meeting the diverse and changing information needs of UNH students, faculty, and staff.

We directly support the activities of the Dean and Library Faculty Chair, and provide centralized administrative services to the faculty and staff of the UNH Library. We work with other campus departments, as well as numerous outside organizations, partners, and vendors.

Phone:  (603) 862-1540
Fax:  (603) 862-0247
Location:  Dimond Library 345
Office Hours:   8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

The Engineering, Math, and Computer Sciences library serves the College of Engineering and Physical Sciences and related UNH departments and research units. We also serve members of the community with research and educational needs in the areas of computer science, mathematics and statistics, and chemical, civil, mechanical, and electrical and computer engineering. Materials for math education are found at both this library and Dimond Library.

Course reserve material for many Computer Science, Engineering and Mathematics classes is located here. Reference services include assistance on-site, by phone, and via email, as well as in-depth research consultations and instructional sessions upon request.

Phone:  (603) 862-1196
Fax:  (603) 862-4112
Location:  Kingsbury Hall S236

Government Information is a depository for U.S. government documents and maps. We also provide research help using these materials.

Phone:  (603) 862-1544
Fax:  (603) 862-0247
Location:  Dimond Library 323

Phone:  (603) 862-1173
Fax:  (603) 862-2637
Location:  Dimond Library 133

The Library Information Technology unit is responsible for the purchase, implementation, and maintenance of the Library's technology. The unit is responsible for the Library's web presence, its staff hardware and software, some of its public workstations, and its various library services technologies. We work in partnership with other units and departments both within and outside the library to provide efficient and cost-effective technology solutions to our employees and to our users.

Phone:  (603) 862-0170
Location:  Dimond Library 133

Metadata & Cataloging supports research by enhancing access to the library’s collections. We are responsible for the organization of library resources, processing newly arrived materials and maintaining the library’s online catalog. We provides resource descriptions for materials in the libraries digital collections and the Scholars' Repository.

Phone:  (603) 862-0085
Location:  Dimond Library 133

The Multimedia Center, located on Level 2 of Dimond Library, contains the library’s audio and video collections as well as numerous viewing and listening stations.

Location:  Dimond Library 231

The Physics library provides materials on physics and astronomy, from introductory to research level. The library includes over 25,000 volumes. Major indexes and most journals are available online. Reference services include assistance on-site, by phone, and via email, as well as in-depth research consultations and instructional sessions upon request.

Phone:  (603) 862-2348
Location:  DeMeritt Hall 114

Research and Learning provides research assistance and instructs users in how to identify, locate, evaluate, and use both print and electronic information effectively.

Phone:  (603) 862-1544
Fax:  (603) 862-0333
Location:  Research Center 323

The Scholarly Communication Office maintains the UNH Scholars’ Repository and Digital Collections, and consults on Open Access publishing, author copyrights, data management, and the development of digital collections.

Phone:  (603) 862-4352
Fax:  (603) 862-0247
Location:  Dimond Library 131

The Douglas and Helena Milne Special Collections & Archives Department encompasses Special Collections, the University Archives, and the University Museum. The department acquires, preserves, and makes available research collections of both published and original source materials, particularly those related to the Granite State and to the University of New Hampshire.

Phone:  (603) 862-2714
Fax:  (603) 862-1919
Location:  Dimond Library 101

Overlooking the scenic White Park in Concord, New Hampshire, the Law Library is your information center at the UNH School of Law.  Our students prepare for their legal careers with access to a world-class Intellectual Property Library existing within a larger Law Library.  The Law Library's three floors include varied study spaces including 5 study rooms, the main collection, the IP Library, the Kenison Room for rare books, and the Gire Archives.  

The general legal collection offers domestic legal materials to support the law school's curricular and clinical needs and provides targeted collections in Social Justice, E-commerce and Technology, International Criminal Law and Justice and an extensive collection of New Hampshire legal materials.

The library staff provides full-service support and instruction for JD (residential and hybrid), MIP and LLM students guided by the faculty approved Informational Literacy Plan, detailing legal research instruction throughout the curriculum.  In addition to working closely with students and faculty on their research, we also teach a variety of for-credit legal research and information literacy courses throughout the curriculum.  We also provide students and faculty with research training, research help, subject area LibGuides, and curated collections.  

Keep up to date with the Law Library's events and news by checking out our blog and Facebook page.  Please also visit the internationally acclaimed, IP Mall, an open-access resource containing unique collections in copyright, patent, trademark, licensing, etc. 

Phone:  (603) 513-5130
Location:  2 White Street, Concord NH

At UNH Manchester, our mission is to provide the world-class UNH education and diploma to students in southern New Hampshire. Bringing together career-driven programs, faculty talent and a focus on experiential learning, we prepare students for success in their chosen field — and connect them to the wealth of opportunities in the region.

Phone:  (603) 641-4173
Address:  88 Commercial Street, 2nd floor Learning Commons

Additional Contacts

The Academic Technology Support Center, located in Dimond Library, is available to help faculty, staff and students with:

  • Connecting personal devices to UNH Secure
  • Malware and virus removal and protection
  • Downloading academic software applications
  • Wildcat email set-up on mobile devices
  • Using myCourses
  • Installing Microsoft Office
  • Exam Scan pick-up and drop-off
  • Scanning images and documents on UNH Library scanners
  • Printing directly from personal computers and mobile devices

Phone:  (603) 862-4242
Location:  Dimond Library, Main Floor (Level 3) 

The Connors Writing Center offers one-on-one writing conferences to current UNH students (undergraduate and graduate).  We work with writers from all disciplines on many different kinds of writing.  Our fifty-minute conferences are conducted by trained writing assistants who are UNH undergraduate and graduate students.

Collaboration is the core of the Connors Writing Center approach. Together, writer and writing assistant work to brainstorm and find a path through the revision process. We're here to support, assist, help, guide, and learn from writers.

Phone:  (603) 862-3272
Location:  Dimond Library Room 329

Media & Collaboration Services support faculty, staff and students in a variety of services including, rich media, video conferencing and synchronous web classroom tools. We're located in Dimond Library (Parker Media Lab.)

The Parker Media Lab has multimedia stations and expert support for digitizing and editing audio/video, scanning and manipulating images, and creating rich media presentations. This facility is equipped to work with most popular audio and video formats.

Phone:  (603) 862-1747
Location:  Dimond Library Room 237