We recognize that the needs of our students and visitors may vary; our goal is to provide an inclusive and welcoming environment for all students and visitors.

We are aware that inclusive design is a work in progress; we would be grateful to hear from you if we can do anything to make our spaces and programming more accessible to you. Please contact Greg Potter, Department Administrator with your comments, concerns, or suggestions.

Also check back in Winter 2023 for updated details about our spaces during the Hopkins Center renovation.


Student Accessibility Services (SAS) works with students exploring whether they may have a disability and students with short-term disabilities. Services include advising and consultation, technological solutions, auxiliary services (e.g. amanuenses, sign language interpreters), academic adjustments (e.g. testing modifications, reduced course loads), and advocacy.

If you have not yet been in touch with SAS, you can reach out to them at or at (603) 646-9900.

Dept. of Theater

Space diagrams, Hopkins Center and Wilson Hall

For your reference, you can see all the diagrams of our spaces here marked with accessible entrances and routes. Location-by-location diagrams are also embedded below.

Open-captioned performances

All Department of Theater MainStage productions include at least one open-captioned performance, as do many workshop or fully-produced student productions. The Hopkins Center Box Office will usually have information about open-captioned performance dates, or email the Department Administrator for more information about upcoming open-captioned performances.

Hopkins Center Performances

For accessibility information related to non-theater department performances at the Hopkins Center, visit the Hopkins Center website HERE. If you do not see an accommodation that suits your needs, please contact the Hop Box Office at 603.646.2422, or email .