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Safe Zones Program

The Safe Zones Trainings are professional development opportunities focused on advancing awareness, knowledge, and skills around the services and support that we provide to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, and questioning (LGBTQ) students and colleagues.

How To Access:

To scheulde a Safe Zones training, fill out the online form.

Adaptive Recreation Equipment Rentals

Northeast Passage provides rentals on more than 180 pieces of adaptive recreation equipment. Rentals are available by the day or week, at affordable rates. 

How To Access:

Visit the website, click on the equipment you are looking to rent, and reserve it online. For questions, call Northeast Passage at 862-0070.

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Express Eats

Express Eats is an expanded online meal ordering service. It's easy: just click on the desired location and choose your favorites, pay and pick up your order at the time you requested. Dining Dollars, Cat's Cache, Cash & Credit Cards accepted.

How To Access:

Follow the order form online to get your next healthy meal on campus!

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Nutrition Information

On the UNH Dining website, nutritional information is available, such as, brochures, menus, BMI calculator, Food Guide, Diet and Exercise Online Journal, and more! Find all the answers to your questions using these resources!

How To Access:

Visit the Dining website to learn more.

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Guiding Stars Program

UNH Dining introduced the Guiding Stars® program into campus for the 2009/2010 academic year in an effort to provide students, faculty and staff with the most nutritious food choices. Guiding Stars® features a proprietary algorithm that rates the nutrient density of foods per 100 calories based on USDA, FDA, WHO, NAS, and other guidelines.

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Mental Health Consultation & Outreach Services

The Counseling Center attempts to meet the emotional and mental health needs of the campus community by reaching out to those who may not seek counseling services. Our Consultation and Outreach activities include educational programs and classes, committee participation, and clinical consultation. Staff members are available to consult with faculty, staff, parents, or students who may be concerned about a student.

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Cornucopia Food Pantry/Waysmeet Center

Provides weekly emergency food supplies; food baskets three times a year; emergency needs response; monthly community dinners and drum circles, food rescue and recovery programs.

How To Access:

If you, or someone you know needs a food care basket, or an emergency meal, fill out the request form, email waysmeet@comcast.net or visit the Center in person, at 15 Mill Road in Durham.

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Tick Protection

Watch this 6-minute informational video, and learn how to protect yourself from ticks in New Hampshire. Video was created by experts at the Cooperative Extension.

How To Access:

Watch the online video here!

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Just in Time Parenting

How does your child grow? How can you encourage and support your child's natural development? Find out by reading Just in Time Parenting, an Extension online newsletter. Provided by UNH Cooperative Extension and eXtension, the newsletters cover the prenatal months and children from 0 to age 5 years. This series of newsletters is based on your child's age, so that you'll have specific information about your child's development as he or she grows.

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Eastern Equine Encephalitis

Eastern Equine Encephalitis(EEE) is a mosquito-spread disease of birds that can be transmitted from a mosquito bite to horses and people. This educational resource includes information about mosquito biology, diseases they spread, management options, and how to protect yourself.

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