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    Incoming #UNH20!

    As a first year student, there are a few things you need to know.

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  • Above all else, believe.
    Believe

    Being there to listen, support and believe your friend can greatly influence their healing process.

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  • Welcome #UNH20! "As a new Wildcat I learned that only yes, means yes." ~ Brenna, Community and  Environmental Planning, UNH ‘18
    Wildcats Get Consent!

    Find out what ever first year student needs to know.

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    Ask an Advocate!

    Trained advocates from can provide information, support and referrals via an online request.

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  • YOU CAN HELP!
    YOU CAN HELP!

    What will you do to make UNH a better place? This is the culture at UNH and this is what it means to be a Wildcat

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UNH is a Community!

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