If you are interested in developing your skills and strategies on your own before deciding to meet with us, follow these resource links for strategies and useful information. 

New to UNH

We offer helpful tips for navigating your new academic culture.

New to UNH Resources

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Time Management

Time Management is a life skill. Finding the tools that work for you will be beneficial to you as a student and in the future.

Time Management Resources

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Study Skills

Whether you're looking for STEM strategies or are in need of tools for effective learning, CFAR has plenty of resources to offer.

Study skill resources

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Exam Preparation

One of the surest ways to see your GPA drop is to prepare poorly for your exams. We have the resources to help you feel ready for all of your exams.

Exam Preparation

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Course-Specific Resources

We've provided strategies and resources for a number of courses. Check them out!

Course-Specific Resources

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What Happens During Drop-In Hours?

What can you expect during your CFAR appointment?  Click the link and find out.

What happens during drop-in hours?

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Working with an Academic Mentor

Mentors are just like you and they're here to support you while you navigate UNH's academic culture.

Why Work With An Academic Mentor?

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UNH Resource Centers

Learn more about additional academic resources you can take advantage of on-campus.

UNH Resource Centers

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Registration Resources

Course registration: it happens each semester and no matter if this is your first time choosing classes or your last time, we've got the resources to make the process as painless as possible!

Registration Resources

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For Faculty

For faculty and staff, we offer structured training on topics such as meeting the needs of underrepresented students, or we can simply attend a meeting to answer questions about  how CFAR can support your efforts.

Faculty & Staff Resources

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