Resources

Here are some of the resources available to students at the University of New Hampshire.  Utilizing resources is just one of the ways to maximize success in college.  We have provided a brief description of some of the key resources on campus, website link and phone number. 

Business Services provides a comprehensive financial operation to assist students with university accounts. We initiate billing, process loan and scholarship payments, and counsel students relative to their financial obligations. We work to make this process as clear and easy as possible. Office hours are Monday through Friday 8-4:30.
Phone: (603) 862-2230      Website:  http://www.unh.edu/business-services/

Center for Academic Resources or CFAR The Center for Academic Resources offers a wide range of academic support services. Services are available to all undergraduate students enrolled in at least one course at the UNH in Durham. The Center also assists faculty and staff in improving the academic skills of undergraduate students. The Center offers all students: ongoing, individualized learning skills instruction in time management, note-taking, and test-taking, peer support for academic and personal concerns, a computer cluster for student use, syllabi for many UNH courses and summaries of student evaluations of faculty, drop-in tutoring for selected courses and referrals for individual & group tutoring, connections to other campus resources, weekly peer-led study groups for select highly-enrolled courses, and more.
Phone: (603) 862-3698      Website: http://www.cfar.unh.edu/

The Connors Writing Center provides free writing assistance to students and members of the UNH community in a no-pressure environment.  Our highly skilled peer consultants have backgrounds in many different academic disciplines and are trained to work with students on all forms of writing during any stage of the writing process. We also now offer assistance with oral communications speeches and presentations. If you cannot visit the Writing Center in person, we also offer an Online Writing Lab (OWL) where you can access resources and receive help with your paper over the internet. The writing center hours are: Mon-Thurs 10-6, Friday 10-2and walk in hours in the Dimond Library Wed 6-9 and Sunday 5-9.
Phone: (603) 862-3272      Website: http://www.unh.edu/writing/cwc/

Academic Advisors are assigned to every student within their declared major. If you are undecided you will receive a general advisor from your college of choice. Advisors are meant to guide you in yoru course selection based on the higher level courses you may want to take in your junio rand senior year that more closely relate to what you want to do after UNH. More infromation can be found here: http://www.unh.edu/connect/academic-advisors

Counseling Center is the primary mental health facility on campus. We offer a variety of services that are designed to enhance students' ability to fully benefit from the University environment and academic experience. This includes providing counseling and therapy for students who may be experiencing situational or ongoing psychological difficulties, providing programming to meet the developmental needs of the student population, and encouraging a University atmosphere conducive to personal and intellectual growth and psychological well-being. We are fully funded by student fees and our clinical services are available to all students who have paid the Health Services/ Counseling fee.
Phone: (603) 862-2090      Website: http://www.unhcc.unh.edu/

Financial Aid ensures access to higher education for those who might otherwise lack the necessary financial resources. The Financial Aid Office also serves as an information resource for students, parents, scholarship and loan agencies and high schools.
Phone:  (603) 862-3600      Website:  http://financialaid.unh.edu/

Office of Multicultural Student Affairs or OMSA creates opportunities for people to participate in an inclusive community and to explore and understand diversity, injustice and equity. Their work is grounded in understanding diversity that includes people of all abilities, ages and ethnicities, genders, nationalities, races, religions/spiritual traditions, socio-economic classes and sexual orientations. Providing support and development for African American/Black, Latina/o, Native American and Asian/Pacific Islanders, as well as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer and questioning students is at the heart of our work.
Phone: (603) 862-2050      Website:  http://www.unh.edu/omsa/

McNair Graduate Opportunity Program is a graduate school preparation program that recognizes the need to prepare first year students for undergraduate research and exploration opportunities into graduate fields of study.  We provide undergraduates research opportunities and introduce students to professors as well as peers currently doing research and preparing for graduate school.  As a first year student you are invited to participate in events offered by the McNair Graduate Opportunity Program.
Phone:  (603) 862- 0088     Website:   http://www.unh.edu/mcnair/index.html