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Free Classified Advertising for UNH Students.
Guidelines and Policies.

  • The New Hampshire now offers free classifieds to all enrolled students at the University of New Hampshire, undergraduate and graduate.

  • Maximum number of 4 consecutive publications per classified ad allowed equalling 20 days on line. A total maximum of 50 words per classified.

  • Ads submitted should be of direct benefit to the student.
Example: you can sell your stereo, look for a roommate, for a date for next Saturday or just publish a really cool quote by Nietzsche.
  • We will not accept classified ads that promote for-profit or non-profit businesses - even if owned by the student.

  • We will not accept third party ads.

Meaning: ads for someone else, not a student or for a business or non-profit.
  • Students are required to register on the TNHonline website.


  • A student's enrollment will be verified using the University's Student Directory as published on the University of New Hampshire's web site. If there is no record of registration, the student will be asked to come and present a valid ID in person.

  • All TNH Advertising Policies apply to free classifieds for students. The editorial and advertising staffs of TNH reserve the right to reject at any time any classified ad based on a joint decision between those staffs.


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