College of Health & Human Services

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Academic Visit Options

Nursing students

Following state guidelines, all on-campus visit programs have been cancelled until further notice.

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Explore What's Inside.

These sessions and tours are for students interested in human services-related fields, such as athletic training, exercise science, human development, nursing, occupational therapy and social work. View a complete list of majors. Join us for three ways to learn more:

 

All attendees are encouraged to sign up for a campus tour, conveniently offered directly before and/or after the academic info sessions.

Office of Undergraduate Admissions
Smith Hall, 3 Garrison Avenue, Durham, NH 03824
(603) 862-1360

Academic Information Sessions

Join us for a 45-minute presentation on the College of Health and Human Services.  Facilitated by an admissions counselor, the presentation will provide a general overview about the majors, departments, faculty and student experiences within the college. Sessions take place at the admissions office in Smith Hall. 

Dates and times to be announced


Nursing Information Sessions and Facility Tours

Join us for a one-hour nursing information session and facilities tour starting Smith Hall at 11:15 AM. This tour will provide you with an overview of the nursing program, lead you on a tour of our state-of-the-art labs, and answer any specific questions you might have. Please check back at a later date for additional visit options.

 


Occupational Therapy Information Sessions and Facility Tours

Join us for a one-hour occupational therapy information session and facilities tour. This tour will provide you with an overview of the occupational therapy program, lead you on a tour of our state-of-the-art labs, and answer any specific questions you might have. Information sessions are offered in Hewitt Hall 139. Tours begin at 11:30 a.m. Please check back later at a later date for additional visit options.

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    Brenden Holt
    Always in Action

    “Our program is special in the fact it offers Friends in Action,” Holt says. “When I came in, I didn’t really have very much knowledge about adaptive physical education … and it can be challenging if you’re not properly trained in that field. So for UNH to be able to offer that is huge because it really sets me apart.”

    —Brenden Holt, '17


    Watch Brenden's story

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    Alyssa Ware
    Start Here, Go Anywhere

    “UNH does a good job preparing you to work with children and to deal with certain situations,” Ware says. She calls the UNH community “one-of-a-kind,” saying, “Everyone wants you to succeed. There’s a positive environment here.”

    —Alyssa Ware, '18


    Learn more about Alyssa

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