Opening and closing times for our locations with a list of upcoming exceptions
- Staff Directory
Contact information for library faculty and staff
- Contact Us
Call or locate a department, library location, or service center
- Directions & Parking
Transportation options and visitor information
Official word on borrowing, renewing, fines, copyright, and much more
- Mission & Planning
Our vision, identity, and organizational values
- Giving to the Library
Contributions of all kinds can help; learn how you can make a difference
- Student Employment
Hiring dates, qualifications, and other information about working for the library
Suitable for use in grant proposals, program reviews, accreditations.
The UNH Library supports the educational and research activities of the students, faculty, and staff of the University of New Hampshire while serving New Hampshire residents as a research-level library and depository for US and NH government publications. The UNH Library includes the main Dimond Library, three branch libraries for physical sciences and engineering, and a library storage facility. Dimond Library houses collections in the social sciences, humanities, business, health and human services, education, earth sciences, and government documents (including maps). Dimond Library is also the home of the Dimond Academic Commons, the Douglas and Helena Milne Special Collections and Archives, and the University Museum.
The UNH Library has over 2.8 million print and electronic items, approximately 105,850 current print and electronic serial subscriptions, and over 100,000 media titles. Its holdings are supplemented by access to the collections of the Boston Library Consortium members as well as libraries across the country, through interlibrary loan. The UNH Library is also active in digitizing, preserving, and making accessible materials in its collections with over 22,400 objects in its digital collections. The institutional repository includes over 20,600 records. The UNH Library shares resources with the campus library at the University of New Hampshire at Manchester and collaborates with the UNH School of Law library.
Library locations offer wireless Internet access, computer workstations, individual study and collaborative group work spaces, and assistance by knowledgeable librarians and staff. As part of a public university, the UNH Library is open to all.