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Disability Services for Students

Disability Services for Students provides services to students with documented disabilities to ensure that all University activities and programs are accessible. The office also promotes the development of student self-reliance and the personal independence necessary to succeed in a university climate. We seek to create a comprehensively accessible environment where students are viewed on a basis of ability, not disability.

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To contact Disability Services for Students, please email becky.michaud@unh.edu.

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Seasons Allergen Friendly Concept

Seasons Allergen Friendly Concept is located at Philbrook Dining Hall this concept is a pilot program that offers meal options that are prepared without the major 8 allergens. Menu selections are prepared in the location to avoid risk of cross contact by trained culinary associates to ensure the integrity of  the offerings to our guests. Featured are a protein based recipe, fresh vegetable, gluten free starch, daily soup selections, composed salad and a leafy green salad with homemade dressing.

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Express Eats

Express Eats is an expanded online meal ordering service. It's easy: just click on the desired location and choose your favorites, pay and pick up your order at the time you requested. Dining Dollars, Cat's Cache, Cash & Credit Cards accepted.

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Follow the order form online to get your next healthy meal on campus!

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Nutrition Information

On the UNH Dining website, nutritional information is available, such as, brochures, menus, BMI calculator, Food Guide, Diet and Exercise Online Journal, and more! Find all the answers to your questions using these resources!

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Visit the Dining website to learn more.

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Guiding Stars Program

UNH Dining introduced the Guiding Stars® program into campus for the 2009/2010 academic year in an effort to provide students, faculty and staff with the most nutritious food choices. Guiding Stars® features a proprietary algorithm that rates the nutrient density of foods per 100 calories based on USDA, FDA, WHO, NAS, and other guidelines.

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Gluten Free Program

All 3 dining halls have set aside a separate gluten-free (GF) refrigerator area for storage of select GF products for your self service (GF dry cereal selections, GF Vans frozen waffles, GF bagels and bread, GF crackers and cookies, individually portioned peanut butter, cream cheese, jelly, pure maple syrup, GF Ken's salad dressings and GF barbeque sauce). GF desserts will be at all dining halls. All dining halls have separate pans at their omelette/stir fry stations where you can ask to have your item made gluten free.

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Registered Dietitian

Could you benefit from some guidance with nutrition issues as you navigate through the dining halls? Do you need help meeting personal nutrition goals? Rochelle can help with a variety of issues such as choosing menu items that include all the food groups, vegetarian or vegan options, product or recipe information, food allergies, intolerance or related necessities.

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To schedule an appointment with the Dietitian, email Rochelle at rochelle.litalien@unh.edu or call her at 862-2583.

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Psychiatric Services

During this evaluation, student needs and concerns are discussed, diagnosis is made, and treatment plan is developed.  If medication is indicated, students usually meet with our psychiatrist on a biweekly basis until it is clear that the prescribed medication is effective. There is no additional cost for this service, although we do ask students to be sure to cancel appointments that they will not be able to keep.  There is a fee charged for missed appointments.

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Mental Health Emergency Services

A mental health emergency is an emotional or behavioral crisis that warrants same day attention by a mental health professional. This may include, but is not limited to, significant changes in behavior that are not characteristic of a person, the presence of disruptive symptoms that interfere with the responsibilities of daily living, direct or indirect expressions of the intent to harm self or others, or the experience of a trauma. The Counseling Center provides emergency services 24 hours per day.

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Mental Health Consultation & Outreach Services

The Counseling Center attempts to meet the emotional and mental health needs of the campus community by reaching out to those who may not seek counseling services. Our Consultation and Outreach activities include educational programs and classes, committee participation, and clinical consultation. Staff members are available to consult with faculty, staff, parents, or students who may be concerned about a student.

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