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In Student & Academic Services, We Believe….

In Student & Academic Services (SAS), we believe that every student who is admitted to UNH has the potential to be successful and we strive to do everything we can to create and maintain the positive learning environment where this is possible. 

We believe that by providing you with experiences, opportunities and support that encourage you to reach your academic and personal potential we are helping to prepare you to participate effectively—and to lead—in a changing world. 

The scope of our work includes Enrollment Services Academic Achievement & Support, Student Affairs and Public Safety.   Our offices can assist you (and your family) as you navigate UNH.  If you have questions or concerns and are uncertain where to turn, please let us know, because we believe we can help you.

Vice President's Office Staff Update

 

Students at Thompson Hall

A note from Denise, recently hired Adjunct Assistant Dean of Students;

Hello, allow me to introduce myself.  My name is Denise Marcoux Nelson and I am very excited to be joining the Student and Academic Services staff at the University of New Hampshire. I will serve as the Adjunct Assistant Dean of Students.  UNH, and more specifically residential life, was where I began my professional career in higher education thirty years ago.  I could not have asked for a better foundation for my life's work.  Since leaving UNH I moved to Binghamton University to work in residential life and most recently I was at the University of Southern Maine where I was the Director of Residential Life and served as the dean of students.  During that same time frame, I got married and my husband Stephen and I raised two children... well technically I suppose we are still raising them since one is a sophomore in college and the other is a sophomore in high school.  I look forward to becoming more familiar with the "new" campus, more engaged in the UNH community and to meeting many students, faculty and staff.