Educational Counselor/ Coordinator
Randy Schroeder has been at CFAR/Student Support Services since 1997 and with various schools and departments since 1979. At the Center, his focus is on academic and personal support and major/career decision-making with undergraduates, and preparing for the Graduate Record Exam (GRE) and graduate school. Randy's background includes extensive work in academic advising, tutoring, career development, group presentations, outdoor/experiential education, and personal counseling. He has much experience with diverse populations, and collaborates closely with the UNH CONNECT Program and OMSA. He has served as a high school counselor & teacher, cross-country coach, academic advisor, works closely with the UNH McNair Program, the Department of Communication Sciences & Disorders, and with the University Advising & Career Center as an academic advisor at June Orientation for first year students.
As a professional in Student Support Services (a federal TRIO Program), Randy has contributed to organizing and presenting at the annual NEOA Conference and TRIO Day, and coordinates the annual Student Support Services Professional Development Day. He was awarded the UNH Presidential Award of Excellence in 2008, and is a member of the President's Commission on the Status of People of Color (co-chair of this Commission in 2009-10).