UAC Staff

Professional Advisors

Nate Talbot, Director


  • B.A., English and Psychology, UNH
  • M.Ed., Counseling, UNH

Chayanna Acevedo, Academic Advisor


  • B.S., Social Work, UNH
  • M.Ed., Educational Studies, UNH

Lydia Gove, Academic Advisor


  • B.A., History, UNH
  • M.Ed., Education, UNH

Nancy Hoff, Academic Advisor


  • BSW, Social Work, University of Vermont
  • M.S., College Student Personnel, Miami University

Joel Kost, Academic Advisor


  • B.A., English Journalism, UNH
  • M.Ed., Higher Education, Merrimack College

Nancy Lindley, Office Manager

Peer Advisors - Spring 2020 

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Taylor Donnelly

Major: Political Science and Justice Studies
Campus Involvement: Alpha Phi Omega, Mock Trial, Psychology Club, Psi Chi (National Honor Society), Campus Activities Board, and UNH Pre-Law Society

My favorite reason to work with Undeclared Students working with students one-on-one to explore a major that fits their ideal career! 


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Ben Bernier

Major: History with a minor in Political Science
Campus Involvement: Tour Guide Advisory Board, RA in Williamson Hall ’17-‘18 and ’18-‘19, Orientation Leader ’17 and ’18, College Democrats club

My favorite reason to work with Undeclared Students: Looking back as a senior, there are so many courses I wish I had the time to take. I get to live vicariously through my COLA 401 students and watch them find their passions in so many different areas. UNH has a plethora of ways to get involved both in and outside of the classroom, and it’s rewarding to know that something I did or said could have inspired someone to try something new.

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Ian Lenahan

Major: English Journalism
Campus Involvement: The New Hampshire

My favorite reason to work with Undeclared Students: is trying to make their UNH
experience as pleasant as possible!


Sarah Hobbs

Majors: Economics and Business Administration - Finance
Campus Involvement: Kappa Delta, Panhellenic Council, Women in Business

My favorite reason to work with Undeclared Students is that every student is so different and problem-solving with them allows me to learn from them and become a better peer advisor.

Taylor Fumarola

Dual majors: History and Educational Studies

My favorite reason to work with Undeclared Students is that I am able to help students find their passion in life and help them pursue their dreams.