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

Trevon Bryant, Graduate Intern Advisor


  • B.S., Human Development & Family Studies, UNH
  • M.S., Human Development & Family Studies: Adolescent Development, UNH, May 2020

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

Danielle LaPointe, Academic Advisor


  • B.A., Anthropology, University of Southern Maine
  • M.Ed.,Counseling, UNH

Nancy Lindley, Office Manager

Peer Advisors - Spring 2019


Julia DelColle

Major: Communication Sciences and Disorders 
Interested minor: American Sign Language and Deaf Studies
Campus Involvement: National Student Speech and Language Association,  Project Sunshine, Alpha Phi Fraternity: Appointed Position- Director of Continuous Open Bidding.

My favorite reason to work with Undeclared Students is having the opportunity to meet with a wide range of UNH students to help them solve problems. This is the most rewarding feeling! 



Lily Malloy

Major: Psychology
Minors: Human Development and Family Studies and Justice Studies
Campus Involvement: Psychology Club, Animal Welfare Alliance,  intern at My Friend’s Place in Dover, NH.

My favorite thing about working with undeclared students is helping them find classes and a major that they really love. 


Tori Baxter

Major: Social Work
Minors: Spanish and Women's Studies
Campus Involvement: Vice President of Girl Up UNH, Intern at Somersworth Youth Connection.

My favorite thing about working with undeclared students is helping them to discover different UNH majors and courses that interest and inspire them.



Jahmilha Crook

Dual major: Sustainability and English
Minor: Wildlife Biology and Conservation
Campus Involvement: I like to fill my free time on campus by going to MUSO shows and playing intramural soccer.

My favorite thing about working 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 thing about working 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.


Tia Floyd

Dual Majors: Communication and EcoGastronomy
Campus Involvement: Department Assistant for EcoGastronomy, Member of Sigma Alpha Professional Agricultural Sorority, Member of the Civil Discourse Lab, TA/ Peer advisor for COLA 401 students, volunteering with Seacoast Eat Local.

My favorite thing about working with Undeclared Students is their potential!  I love when students are so curious about all things at the University, even if they may be a bit overwhelmed.  They have so much potential to grow and succeed here at UNH and you can honestly see each student grow, even in one semester.

Taylor Fumarola

Dual majors: History and Educational Studies

My favorite thing about working with the Undeclared Students is that I am able to help students find their passion in life and help them pursue their dreams.