The Connect program helps first-generation and multicultural students make the transition from high school to college. Through academic support, social programs, and collaboration with key UNH resources,  Connect  supports continue as first-generation and multicultural students complete their undergraduate degree.  The secondary goal of Connect  is to provide growth, development and experiences so students are adequately prepared to enter a career upon graduation.

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Due to guidelines regarding COVID-19 set forth by the Center for Disease Control and the University of New Hampshire, the CONNECT Program will be moving online for the rest of spring 2020. These are strange and stressful times. I believe it's important for everyone to continue to  build our community as we navigate self-quarantine as the "new normal."

I cannot stress the importance of practicing self care during this time. This may mean taking a break from staring at your computer or mobile devices, and making sure you are eating and staying hydrated. If you want to connect to discuss how you're processing or just want someone to talk with, I'm here for you.


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Skype: @funmioyekunle 

Google Voice: 617-446-3754

Meeting ID: 808-724-6698



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