Scott Hall is located in the heart of the campus and is arguably the most picturesque, with its classic design and sprawling lawn. Living here, you’re just minutes from Paul College, the field house and Whittemore Center.
Distances to Places on Campus
Creative Arts Center
Memorial Union Building
Some of the current traditions of Scott include:
Scottoberfest (a week long event, filled with fun in October)
Apple picking in the fall
Trips to Boston
Nights by the fire
Study Bucks raffle
Relay for Life
Mocktails dance party
Hypnotist Paul Ramsay
These are some of our current traditions that will hopefully continue for years to come. We are also super excited to start some brand new traditions with the group that will come in
Activities & Programs
One tradition in Scott that probably will not change is Scott’s community partnership with the Children’s Museum of Portsmouth,
which you can check out here http://www.childrens-museum.org/. The Museum is a hands-on arts and sciences museum for children of all ages offering engaging exhibits, daily art and science activities, family programs, and workshops. Scott developed this partnership in 2005 and has found it to be a great project for our residents to be involved in. We travel by the local bus system to the museum a couple times a year, specifically for the Museum’s “Costume Day” in October, the “Mardi Gras” festival in February, and the Annual 5K Race in May. Our students have always had positive experiences with the employees at the Museum, and have a blast working with the kids!
I’ve spent my entire life in the Midwest and was looking for a change – and after visiting the campus and meeting the directors at UNH, I knew immediately that this was a place where I’d fit in. Being able to be myself in my job is truly rewarding.