Special Events and Information
New Hampshire Partnership for Successful Living has limited funds available to offer veterans for the 2015 - 2016 academic year. These funds have been made available through the Bank of America. Please contact Jessica Price for more information: firstname.lastname@example.org
In an effort to improve the lives of our student veterans UNH has purchased the Kognito, Veterans on Campus Peer Program, using funds from the Garrett Lee Smith federal suicide prevention grant, to provide an opportunity to veterans to learn about ways they might help one another. The program can be found at the UNH Counseling Center website or by clicking on the following link: http://www.unh.edu/counseling-center/sites/www.unh.edu.counseling-center/files/media/copied/media/kognito2.pdf
The Truman National Security Project is looking for Post 9/11 veterans from NH who are interested in politics, national security policy, and global affairs. For more information go to http://trumanproject.org/about/our-story/mission
If interested in more information and you want to speak with a fellow veteran, contact Joshua Folmar, the Regional Field Organizer for NH at email@example.com.
50th Commemoration of the Vietnam War - Don't miss the display on the big wall in the MUB designed to recognize and honor those who served and supported the Vietnam War.
Wednesday Brown Bag lunches are held in the Memorial Union Building (MUB), Rm 321 from 11:30 -1:00pm (beginning Sept. 2, 2015) each week for all military and veteran students. Please Join Us!! When available, UNH game tickets are available at these weekly luncheons. All military affiliated or veteran students and friends are welcome. These lunches are only cancelled if the University officially curtails operations. Call 862-0911 or 862-3480 for info.