Report a Concern

There are numerous outlets through which to report various concerns. This page can help steer you in the right direction: Report a Concern


The Achieving Community Together (ACT) process is a fact-finding, communication, education, and response process that was developed to provide guidance in assisting and supporting the student community when incidents occur that are experienced or perceived as undermining the College's Principle of Community. 

Reporting an Incident: If you witness or are directly impacted by an incident, immediately contact a College official or Safety and Security at 603-646-4000, or submit the report using the Online Reporting  Form.

These reports are monitored 24/7. When a report is submitted, an email notification goes automatically to the Dean on Call and the Department of Safety and Security dispatch. Incidents can also be reported by using the LiveSafe app.

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Free Expression Resources - Institute for Citizens & Scholars ( - The Institute for Citizens & Scholars cultivates talent, ideas, and networks that cultivate young people as empowered, lifelong citizens.


Employee Corrective Action | Policies 

Freedom of Expression and Dissent

Standards of Conduct (Specifically Standards II, VII & IX)

Nondiscrimination and Anti-Harassment Policy (Specifically item IV)

Disorderly Conduct New Hampshire Statute


Post-Event Debrief Form


College Presidents Are Planning 'Urgent Action' to Defend Free Speech (

Free Speech Issues Remained Front and Center for Campus Communities during 2022

Speaking up on campus doesn't mean shouting down others

Transforming Conflict on College Campuses

The Stanford Law School shout-down


Free Speech on Campus by Erwin Chemerinsky and Howard Gillman

Speak Freely by Keith E. Whittington

Free Speech on Campus by Sigal R Ben-Porath


SpeechMatters - SpeechMatters is the official podcast of the University of California National Center for Free Speech and Civic Engagement. The podcast features thought leaders tackling the most pressing issues impacting free expression and democracy on campus and beyond. Hosted by the Center's Executive Director, Michelle Deutchman.

So to Speak: The Free Speech Podcast - So to Speak: The Free Speech Podcast takes an uncensored look at the world of free expression through personal stories and candid conversations.