The Office of the Assistant Dean for Students supports all UNH Franklin Pierce Law students in their pursuit to learn and be successful. We are available if you have an academic or personal question, problem, or concern. We advocate for students, and support extracurricular activities, as well as oversee orientation, wellness programs, and commencement.
In addition, we assist students with personal matters, students with disabilities, short term medical concerns, Title IX matters, and family emergencies. We can help connect you to useful resources in the community and in the university.
Resources for Students
The following resources can be accessed through the Assistant Dean for Students Sharepoint page:
- Student Handbook
- Accommodations Request Process
- Student Organization Resources and Policies
- Application Amendment Appeal Process
- Academic Rules
Additional resources for students
- New Hampshire Lawyer Assistance Program (NHLAP)
- Confidential assistance to law students who experience substance abuse, depression, stress or other distress that affect well-being and impair an individual’s ability to function and practice law.
- UNH Title IX Reporting and Resources
- UNH Incident Report Form
- This form is to be used for the reporting of all incidents of discrimination and discriminatory harassment, bias and/or hate crime, retaliation, and sexual harassment and/or violence that involves any member of the UNH community.
Additional resources for faculty, staff, and students
Student Concern Referral
Use this reporting form to submit information about a student who is experiencing emotional distress, displaying odd or unusual behaviors, exhibiting at-risk behaviors (e.g., decline in academic performance, deterioration of physical and/or emotional state, substance abuse, adjustment issues) or have expressed home, food or financial insecurity. Reports are sent directly to the Assistant Dean for Students.
Use this reporting form to report violations of our Student Code of Conduct. Incidents that occur on or off-campus are subject to disciplinary review, even when law enforcement has intervened. Reports are sent directly to the Assistant Dean for Students.