Find Opportunities at GRSIL
The Global Racial and Social Inequality Lab (GRSIL) helps facilitate collaborative learning and research around the varied forms of racial and social inequality. Students can learn about race and social inequality in the classroom and then carry that knowledge into high-impact learning experiences including faculty-supervised research and internships. Our goal is to connect students with opportunities and mentors that match their interests. Please email GRSI.Lab@unh.edu to set up an appointment to discuss relevant minor options, research opportunities, or high-impact experiences.
For Students: Getting Help
Canvas is automatically populated with notices about University matters including academic integrity policies, ADA accommodations, mental health resources and more. Many COLA faculty also like to include the following:
Housing, Food & Financial Support
- Sometimes challenges for students include fundamental issues of food insecurity, housing, laptop and other financial concerns. UNH has multiple resources that can help you find out more and apply anytime.
UNH Housing, Food and Financial Support
- The Center for Academic Resources (CFAR) is dedicated to the academic success of every UNH student. CFAR’s peer academic mentors coach students to study smarter by teaching study strategies like notetaking and reading skills, tips for remote learning, time management, organization, preparing for and taking exams, problem-solving, and utilizing online and campus resources. Mentors represent a variety of majors and use students’ course materials to demonstrate best practices for learning and retaining information. To make appointments with a peer mentor, register at the link below and open the CFAR calendar to look for available times. Students who want to talk with a CFAR professional educational counselor can request an appointment by emailing cfar.sss@ unh.edu, using the Chat Live feature on our website at the link below, or stopping by Smith Hall Second floor weekdays from 8:00-4:30.
Peer Mentor RegistrationCFAR Website
- Sexual Harassment and Rape Prevention Program (SHARPP) provides free and confidential advocacy and direct services to survivors.
Emotional and Mental Support
- Your academic success and overall mental health are extremely important. If, during the semester, you find you are experiencing emotional or mental health issues, please contact the University’s (PACS) (3rd floor, Smith Hall; 603-862-2090/TTY: 7-1-1) which provides counseling appointments and other mental health services. If urgent, students may call PACS M-F, 8 a.m.-5p.m., and schedule an Urgent Same-Day Appointment.
According to the Americans with Disabilities Act (as amended, 2008), each student with a disability has the right to request services from UNH to accommodate their disability. Students with a documented disability or who believe they may have a disability that requires accommodations should contact Student Accessibility Services (SAS). Accommodation letters are created by SAS with the student. TTY Users: 7-1-1 or 800-735-2964