The CFAR team is comprised of professional staff members (Educational Counselors) and peer Academic Mentors (students just like you!)
Educational Counselors are professional staff members who meet with students during CFAR drop-in hours. We listen and coach students through the issues impacting their UNH experience. Together, we create a CFAR action plan and set up meetings with a peer academic mentor familiar with your classes. We remain available to guide students through all aspects of their UNH experience.
I helped to create CFAR while a senior and I am still here because I am passionate about mentoring students. College is a transitional time and I value the opportunity to play a part in your UNH experience. I work with all students but have expertise in working with students with disabilities
I loved my role as an Academic Mentor when I was a student at UNH. It’s great to be back as an Educational Counselor and working with students from a different perspective, especially within the sciences. I really enjoy helping students discover time management and study strategies that work best for them so they can spend more time exploring what UNH has to offer!
Being a CFAR Educational Counselor allows me to work with students and enjoy a front row seat while they navigate UNH. I love getting to know Wildcats and their stories and partnering with them to find a path or approach that works. I coach students in all majors but am very familiar with Paul College courses and classes in Liberal Arts.
Being the CFAR administrative assistant has provided me the opportunity to interact with students of all ages, backgrounds, and current situations. Being a graduate student at UNH myself, I value the opportunity to play a role in your UNH experience. I welcome any and all questions - CFAR related or not - my door is always open!
Peer mentors are academic coaches who work with students on all things academic! Personalized meetings address what you are experiencing in your classes, while studying, and as a student. Meet with an academic mentor weekly or as needed to improve your study skills.
- Time management
- Studying for and taking exams
- Problem-solving approaches
- Note-taking skills
- Reading skills
- Canvas & syllabi analysis
- Online portal learning tools