Academic Resources

The Connect program introduces summer participants to peer mentors who will provide academic guidance and information about resources as they navigate their first year at UNH. Students can also seek support with the following university organizations.

  • Center for Academic Resources  - At CFAR, undergraduate students can make use of a variety of sources to support in their academic success. These resources include walk-in hours with educational counselors, academic coaching and assistance in locating tutoring services.
  • Connors Writing Center - The CWC provides free writing assistance to students on all forms of writing during any stage of the writing process. The center's highly skilled peer consultants are available for scheduled appointments or during walk-in hours.
  • UNH Mathematics Center - MaC is a free tutoring center that offers walk-in help to students enrolled in any of several mathematics courses.
  • UNH Pathways - Pathways is a mentoring program through the UNH Career Center that brings alumni and undergraduates together for professional growth.


  • Office of Multicultural Students Affairs  - OMSA creates opportunities for students to participate in an inclusive community and to explore and understand diversity, injustice and equality. Providing support and development for African American/Black, Latina/o, Native American and Asian/Pacific Islanders, as well as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer and questioning students is at the heart of OMSA's work.
  • Delta Xi Phi - This multicultural sorority was founded in 1994 by fifteen young women who recognized the need for an organization that appreciated the different cultures that are present on their college campus.
  • National Society of Black Engineers - NSBE-UNH is a formally recognized student organization and professional society that provides academic and professional support to multicultural students in the STEM fields.
  • Diversity Support Coalition - DSC is a student organization composed of six diverse student groups that serves to represent those who are traditionally underrepresented in higher education. DSC also creates programming to promote multiculturalism and diversity.