Counseling Center (603) 862-2090 Smith Hall The Counseling Center is the primary mental health facility on campus. They provide counseling and therapy for students who may be experiencing situational or ongoing psychological difficulties. Clinical services are available to all students who have paid the health fee.
Sexual Harassment and Rape Prevention Program (SHARPP) 24/7 Help Line (603) 862-SAFE (7233) or Office Main Line at (603) 862-3494 Ask An Advocate TTY: 1-800-735-2964 Wolff House SHARPP is dedicated to providing supportive services to survivors of sexual assault, relationship abuse and stalking and their allies, as well as providing education and outreach to the greater University community.
Center for Academic Resources (CFAR) (603) 862-3698 Smith Hall The Center for Academic Resources offers a wide range of academic support services for students. CFAR also has an additional Student Support Services (SSS) component. These grant-funded services are for students enrolled in baccalaureate degree programs who meet income and/or disability criteria determined by the U.S. Department of Education.
Disability Services for Students (603) 862-2607 Smith Hall Disability Services for Students provides services to students with documented disabilities to ensure that all University activities and programs are accessible. Individualized accommodations and support services for veteran students with disabilities is also available. The office also promotes the development of student self-reliance and the personal independence necessary to succeed in a university climate.
UNH Veteran's Coordinator (603) 862-1595 Registration Office (inside Stoke Hall) The University of New Hampshire Veteran's Coordinator provides counseling on all aspects of veterans' benefits as well as assistance in procuring and completing the required forms and certifications for veterans' benefits. The veterans coordinator maintains a compreshensive directory to assist veterans in contacting state, local, and university resources for housing, day care, career planning, employment, financial aid, tutorial assistance, remedial training, handicapped services, and Vietnam Veterans Outreach. The Coordinator also provides a framwork for networking among campus veterans.
Office of Multicultural Student Affairs (OMSA) (603) 862-2050 Memorial Union Building (MUB), Room 327 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. OMSA provides 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.