Who's in the House: the Occupants of Smith Hall and Wolff House
With the reshuffling of office space spawned by the construction of the
Peter T. Paul College of Business and Economics on Garrison Avenue, the start of a new semester is a good time to remind people who went where.
The Admissions Office, previously located in Grant House on Garrison Avenue, has moved across the street into the renovated Smith Hall. Robert McGann is the director.
The Center for Academic Resources (CFAR) is now on the second floor of Smith Hall. The reception area is located in Room 201. CFAR offers a comprehensive range of academic-related services to undergraduate students. Participants work on an individual basis or in group seminars to improve their academic performance and enhance their educational experience. Funding is through UNH and a federal TRiO grant, Student Support Services.
Danielle Adler is the associate director. General e-mails can be sent to email@example.com.
The UNH Counseling Center relocated from Schofield House to the third floor of Smith Hall. David Cross is the director. The center can be reached at 2-2090.
Disability Services for Students moved from the MUB to the second floor of Smith Hall where they have recently added an Assistive Technology Lab as well as proctoring rooms for students to take exams. The director is Kathy Berger. Contact DSS at 2-2607.
SHARPP (Sexual Harassment and Rape Prevention Program) took over Wolff House when they moved out of Verrette House. SHARPP provides supportive services to survivors of sexual assault, relationship abuse and stalking and their allies, as well as providing education to the university community. Mary Mayhew is the director. SHARPP can be reached at 2-3494. The 24-hour help line is 2-SAFE (7233).
The Center for Family Business, also previously in Verrette House, has moved temporarily to the 18 Waterworks building on Waterworks Road. It will eventually be located in the new business school building. Professional Development and Training and the McNair Program are sharing space in Stoke Hall.
Grant, Schofield and Verrette House were demolished to make way for the new business school.