For admitted UNH Manchester associate degree students, a scholarship of up to $2,000 available for your first two years at UNH Manchester by participating in Stepping Stones. Contact the Office of Student Development & involvement for information.
We accept registrations until workshops begin, but space is limited.
Register by August 1 to reserve your spot.
This workshop will provides the foundations for student success at a four-year institution and seeks to unlock student potential. This workshop will give you a detailed road map of how to be successful week after week. This 6 hour workshop connects new students to campus resources and peer mentors.
Students taking this workshop enter their first semester with a team of students committed to achieving academic success. While the workshop lasts just six hours, the College Success cohort of students will be offered additional opportunities throughout the first semester to put theory into practice. This will include group lunch discussions and personal one-on-one coaching with an Academic Coach or current student leader.
Dates and Times: Friday, August 19 | 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. Lunch will be provided from 12 p.m. - 1 p.m.
Any high school graduates without previous college experience are encouraged to attend.
This four day non-credit bearing course puts forward key concepts to help students understand basic mathematical topics at a deeper level.
This workshop is geared toward students who have either been away from school and would like a mathematics refresher or are recent high school graduates who need additional mathematics support prior to the fall semester. Topics include arithmetic of fractions, rules for exponents, and algebra. We will cover common mistakes students make and how to avoid them.
Dates and Times: Monday - Thursday, August 15-18 | 1 p.m. - 4 p.m.
Academic Reading, Writing, and Research is designed to strengthen students’ skills through targeted practice. The following areas will be emphasized:
The workshop will end with formulating a plan tailored to you for success in these areas. This workshop may provide either a review or a step - up to meet the challenge of reading and writing in university courses.
Dates and Times: Monday - Thursday, August 15-18 | 9 a.m. - 12 p.m.
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