Academic Advising

Due to the COVID-19 outbreak and complying with the proceeding guidelines at UNH, the UNH Manchester Academic Advising Office will be working remotely. We are committed to serving students, faculty, and staff during this time. We are available during our normal office hours by phone (603-641-4170), email (unhm.advising@unh.edu), or Zoom. Please continue to monitor the UNH Manchester Campus COVID-19 Updates. Contact us with any questions you have. Thank you for your patience during this time.

Academic Advising
Virtual Drop-In Advising

The Office of Academic Advising is offering virtual drop-in hours throughout the start of the fall semester. These hours are available to all current and new students attending UNH Manchester who need help adjusting their schedule or who have questions related to advising.

How to access the virtual drop-ins:

During any of the days and times listed below, please click the zoom link button listed below. Before joining the Zoom meeting, students must authenticate by logging in with their UNH credentials.

What to expect:

Once you join the meeting and authenticate, you will be put in a virtual waiting room. In order to be seen, you must wait in the virtual waiting room. If you leave the waiting room, you will be removed from the queue.  

If you need to register for classes or need help making changes, please review the course schedule prior to attending drop-in hours to come up with a tentative list of courses that you’re interested in taking.

Virtual Advising Drop-In Schedule:

Date

Time

Advisor

Monday, August 3

1:00-3:00

Katie Crotteau

Tuesday, August 4

10:00-12:00

Caitlin Bannon

Wednesday, August 5

2:00-4:00

Kyle Lapham

Thursday, August 6

11:00-1:00

Stephanie Kirylych

Monday, August 10

1:00-3:00

Katie Crotteau

Tuesday, August 11

10:00-12:00

Caitlin Bannon

Wednesday, August 12

2:00-4:00

Kyle Lapham

Thursday, August 13

11:00-1:00

Stephanie Kirylych

Monday, August 17

1:00-3:00

Katie Crotteau

Tuesday, August 18

10:00-12:00

Caitlin Bannon

Wednesday, August 19

2:00-4:00

Kyle Lapham

Thursday, August 20

11:00-1:00

Stephanie Kirylych

Monday, August 24

9:00-4:00

All professional advisors

Tuesday, August 25

12:00-5:00

All professional advisors

Wednesday, August 26

2:00-6:00

All professional advisors

Thursday, August 27

9:00-4:00

All professional advisors

Monday, August 31*

9:00-4:00

All professional advisors

Tuesday, September 1

9:00-4:00

All professional advisors

Wednesday, September 2

9:00-4:00

All professional advisors

Thursday, September 3

9:00-4:00

All professional advisors

Friday, September 4

9:00-4:00

All professional advisors

Tuesday, September 8

9:00-4:00

All professional advisors

Wednesday, September 9

9:00-4:00

All professional advisors

Thursday, September 10

9:00-4:00

All professional advisors

Friday, September 11

9:00-4:00

All professional advisors

*Monday, August 31 is the first day of classes. Due to the high volume of students that need to be seen, there may be long wait times.

Please note that the advisors will not be available on Friday, August 28 or Monday, September 7.

Zoom Link

Virtual Advising Drop-In Hours Schedule:

  • Mondays: 1:00pm - 3:00pm
  • Tuesdays: 10:00am - 12:00pm
  • Wednesdays: 2:00pm - 4:00pm
  • Thursdays: 11:00am - 1:00pm
Contact Academic Advising

Student Services Suite, 4th Floor
Phone: (603) 641-4170
Hours: 9:00am - 4:30pm 
Email: unhm.advising@unh.edu
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Mission Statement

The Office of Academic Advising uses a developmental philosophy and holistic approach to empower students to reach their educational, professional, and personal goals. Students are guided in identifying and reaching these goals through critical thinking and problem solving, determining appropriate steps, and utilizing available resources. Academic advising advocates for students encourages intellectual connections across disciplines, and integrates in and out of classroom experiences.

Creating a Positive Learning Environment

The University of New Hampshire is committed to respecting the rights, dignity, and value of all community members and to creating a positive learning environment - in the classroom, on campus and in the community.

The 2019-2020 Student Rights, Rules and Responsibilities outlines the University's expectations of community members as we contribute to the University's land, sea, and space grant mission through our learning, research and community involvement in greater Manchester, New Hampshire and beyond.
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