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University system struggling to provide equal access to mental health care across all campuses

Dave Solomon, GSNC November 29, 2022

DURHAM – Shari Robinson, assistant vice provost for student life at the University of New Hampshire, has a perspective on the mental health crisis confronting educators that comes from years on the front...

Psychological and Counseling Services (PACS) located in Smith Hall at UNH.

Managing Burnout: When College Feels Like a Full Time Job

Aimee Rothman, Staff Writer November 15, 2022

DURHAM, NH- As the Fall semester concludes, stakes are high as students at the University of New Hampshire (UNH) toil over assignments, register for next semester’s courses and prepare for final exams....

UNH’s Health & Wellness Showcases Resources for Students through Annual Wellness Fest

UNH’s Health & Wellness Showcases Resources for Students through Annual Wellness Fest

Kaylin Moriarty, Staff Writer October 4, 2022

DURHAM, NH- To draw attention to mental health resources available on campus, the University of New Hampshire’s (UNH) Health & Wellness hosted Wellness Fest on Thursday, Sept. 29. Tables filled with...

Psychological and Counseling Services (PACS) located in Smith Hall at UNH.

UNH community reflects on increase of mental health problems

Stefanie Kistler April 21, 2022

DURHAM- As the academic year trudges toward its final leg, discussions on mental health in the wake of the pandemic and closing school year hover over students’ heads.      The ‘mid-semester...

UNH leadership reacts to the Derek Chauvin verdict

UNH leadership reacts to the Derek Chauvin verdict

Anna Kate Munsey April 22, 2021
On Tuesday, former Minneapolis Police Officer Derek Chauvin was found guilty on all three counts in regards to the killing of George Floyd - unintentional second-degree murder, third-degree murder and second-degree manslaughter.
Second Wildcat Wellness Weekend will begin April 16

Second Wildcat Wellness Weekend will begin April 16

Anna Kate Munsey April 15, 2021
Due to the ongoing coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, the University of New Hampshire (UNH) opted to provide two “Wildcat Wellness Weekends” instead of a traditional spring break.
Hazard pay not an option for UNH RAs

Hazard pay not an option for UNH RAs

Benjamin Domaingue March 15, 2021
In an email following up with RAs, Director of Residential Life Ruth Abelmann rejected potential hazard pay for resident assistants.
UNH students reflect on National Kindness Day

UNH students reflect on National Kindness Day

Cassie Hollasch February 24, 2021
[DURHAM]— Feb. 17 was National Kindness Day, making this past week an opportunity for people to spread kindness. I decided to go out of my way to spread kindness to those around me and encouraged my friends and peers at The University of New Hampshire (UNH) to do the same. 
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UNH aims to support mental health of students

Hannah Donahue August 27, 2020
Over the summer the University of New Hampshire (UNH) announced their fall semester public health campaign #unhtogether. This campaign offers guidelines for the university community to help one another remain safe and healthy during the coronavirus (COVID-19). While public health and safety during a global pandemic is of extreme importance, the campaign is emphasizing the additional significance of mental health and wellbeing.
WellTrack – A resource for the UNH community struggling with stress, anxiety or depression

WellTrack – A resource for the UNH community struggling with stress, anxiety or depression

Hannah Donahue April 20, 2020
The University of New Hampshire’s (UNH) Psychological and Counseling Services (PACS), in correspondence with Health and Wellness, released a new tool for people in the UNH community who suffer from moderate depression, stress, and anxiety.
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