Routine Immunizations and allergy shots are administered for a fee.
Routine Immunizations and allergy shots are administered for a fee.
Individual Counseling assists students in resolving issues causing emotional distress and, as such, interfere with personal goals and academic success. Sessions are free to students.
Hamel Recreation Center's third floor offers courts that can be used as badminton courts. The courts are available for use by Hamel Rec members and can be reserved by calling 862-3666
Hamel Recreation Center's third floor offers courts that can be used as badminton courts. The courts are available for use by students and Hamel Rec members. The schedule of the court can be seen at campusrec.unh.edu.
There is one international squash court and four racquetball courts located on the bottom floor of the Hamel Recreation Center. These courts are first come, first serve, but are also available for patrons to reserve as early as 5pm for the next day. Racquets are available to be rented from the equipment room, but balls are not provided. Patrons may bring their own or purchase some at the Front Desk of the Hamel Recreation Center.
The three lane suspended indoor track is located on the first floor of the Hamel Recreation Center. It is approximately 12 laps to the mile. Along the track there are also exercise bikes for more cardio of a cardio workout without going downstairs to the fitness center.
Students and members who wish to play volleyball may come and use volleyball equipment. Patrons will put up and take down volleyball nets with help upon request. Three sets of volley ball nets and posts are located on the third floor of the building and are available for use any time that the building is open, unless the courts are occupied.
Insect Repellents is a resource that describes all the different repellents such as, DEET, Picaridin, Oil of lemon Eucalyptus, Citionella, 2-Undecanone, IR3535, and other repellents that help protect you from mosquitoes, gnats, punkies, no-see-ums, ticks, and other insects.
Campus Recreation offers 24 + intramural sports to roughly 4,000 students. Competition ranges from competitive to recreational, and most major sports offer men's, women's, and co-rec leagues to 140 to 220 teams including Broomball, Flag Football, Soccer, Basketball, Floor Hockey, Volleyball, Indoor Soccer, Ice Hockey, Innertube Water Polo, Softball, and more.
How does your child grow? How can you encourage and support your child's natural development? Find out by reading Cradle Crier and Toddler Tales, an Extension Just In Time Parenting newsletter sent free to your home. Published by The University of New Hampshire Cooperative Extension the 12-issue Cradle Crier series covers your baby's first year, while the six-issue Toddler Tales series covers the second year. This series of newsletters is sent to you based on your child's age, so that you'll have specific information about your child's development as he or she grows. There will also be useful tips about how you can encourage and support your child's development through the first two years of their life.
Kayak clinics are available every Wednesday night from 9-11pm at the Field House Indoor Pool. Learn to enter, exit, roll and other kayak skills. $5 per class, or $20 or 5 classes.
Kool 2B Fit Kids Camps are held during February and April school vacations for kids ages 6-12. These camps offers youth the chance to engage in a diverse selection of fitness activities, from group games, swimming, and ice skating to snowshoeing, aerobics classes, and indoor rock climbing.
Health Services laboratory providers most standard diagnostic lab tests. A lab order request from a Health Services Medical Clinician, Employee Clinic Medical Clinician or off-campus heatlhcare provider is required before any laboratory procedure can be scheduled. There is a fee for lab test.
This presentation highlights recent research about how the work life intersects with family life. Dr. Malcolm Smith presents both vital and practical advice based on his research and monthly column for the NH Business Review.
The Local Harvest Initiative is a growing partnership of UNH Dining, University Office of Sustainability, and local producers. Through the Local Harvest Initiative, UNH Dining is committed to serving locally, regionally, and sustainably grown, produced, and manufactured items to the greatest extent possible.
Americans are feeling stressed and anxious about money. Some are wondering how they're going to pay their bills and others are concerned about their future financial security. Households can discover strategies to stretch dollars and manage money better in these tough economic times. Learning positive money management techniques can help you and your family adapt to today's times. Contact your county UNH Cooperative Extension office.
Traditional and hot stone massage, provided by licensed therapists, is available to students, employees and employess dependents.
Prices: Traditional Massage is $35 for students and $45 for employees and their dependents. Hot Stone Massage is $45 for students and $55 for employees and their dependents.
Masters Swim Team is a national organization that provides organized workouts, competitions, clinics, and workshops for adults aged 18 and over. The team practices on Mondays and Wednesdays from 6-7pm and Fridays from 6-7am. Drop in practices are $5 each or academic memberships are available from $50-140.
Health Services provides acupuncture for students for a cost. Ear acupuncture is performed for smoking cessation and stress reduction and body acupuncture is provided for acute and chronic muscular pain and chronic headaches.
Meditation is an experience of relaxing the body, quieting the mind, and awakening the spirit. Walk-in group meditation sessions are offered to the UNH community. Appointments to learn how to meditate are available for students. Meditation tracks are available to download from the Health Services website.
Men's Health offers clinical services, counseling, education, programs, and resouces on various topics pertaining men's health and wellness. Education and information is free for the UNH Community. Counseling is available to students who have paid the health fee, at no additional cost. There is a fee for students who have not paid the health fee. Clinical services are available for students and some services covered by the health fee.
The Outdoor Recreation Area is a beautiful 200-acre site just nine miles from Durham. The pond is located on the Little River, a tributary of the Lamprey River and part of the larger Piscataqua River watershed. The Area is perfect for boating and picnicking. Two picnic pavilions are provided and canoes and paddle boats are available for rent. Swimming is permitted, however, there are no lifeguards on duty.
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.
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.
Hamel Recreation Center's bottom floor offers two multi-purpose courts with aerobics, dance, martial arts, fencing and other activities. The courts are available for use unless they are reserved for another acitivity. equipment is available for rent for free from the equipment room on the ground floor of the recreation center.