Students

Student Accessibility Services

Student Accessibility Services provides services to students with documented disabilities to ensure that all University activities and programs are accessible. The office also promotes the development of student self-reliance and the personal independence necessary to succeed in a university climate. We seek to create a comprehensively accessible environment where students are viewed on a basis of ability, not disability.

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To contact Student Accessibility Services, please email becky.michaud@unh.edu.

Wildcat Plate

The plate advocates for healthier food choices and portion sizes based on the USDA’s Dietary Guidelines. It contains four different sections of fruits, whole grains, vegetables and lean protein, each with helpful descriptions and colorful graphics. The Wildcat Plate also encourages “Delicious, Nutritious, Healthy and Sustainable” decisions in and out of the dining halls.

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Visit the Dining website to learn more.

Mindfulness in Education

Social, Emotional and Mindful Learning (SEML) helps children and youth understand and manage emotions, establish positive relationships and demonstrate empathy for others. SEML fosters positive youth development through integrating both social-emotional learning and mindfulness education. This includes both increased awareness and skill development that can greatly assist young people in responding to stress and trauma, developing resiliency and finding success in personal and social actions.

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4-H Healthy Living

The UNH Extension 4-H Program offers a wide range of health related activities for youth to participate in. These range from do-it-yourself curriculums, to cooking contests (e.g., The Grilled Cheese Challenge) to trips to Washington DC to participate in national youth health summits. Programs are designed for youth ages 5-18 but require the a participation of caring adults as volunteers as well.

How to Access:

Inquire about 4-H in your county

Resilience - The Movie

UNH Extension has copy of Resilience for loan. The award winning documentary can be used to educate individuals or communities about the affects of Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACES). The film reveals how toxic stress can trigger hormones that wreak havoc on the brains and bodies of children, putting them at a greater risk for disease, homelessness, prison time, and early death. While the broader impacts of poverty worsen the risk, no segment of society is immune. Resilience, however, also chronicles the dawn of a movement that is determined to fight back.

Main Street Academy

Designed for community leaders, volunteers and professionals, the three-session Main Street Academy teaches participants tools and skills to strengthen their downtown. Topics include: the creative economy, entrepreneurship, designing public spaces,  and connecting trails and waterways to the downtown to for recreation and economic development.

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Food Preservation

Food preservation resources include freezing and canning of fruits and vegetables, using equipment like pressure canners and multi-cookers, safety of using old pickling recipes, and answers to common questions. UNH Extension also provides free testing of pressure canner dial gauges as a service to home preservers in New Hampshire.

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