Taking care of your mental and physical well-being is of the upmost importance. UNH and the Graduate School provide a variety of resources to promote a healthy and supportive working environment. We work to ensure that there are clear avenues for seeking help and guidance as you navigate a process that, while highly rewarding, can be significantly challenging and stressful. We are here for you!
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UNH Health and Wellness is your source for medical services, wellness education & promotion, and public health expertise on campus. Open to UNH students, faculty, and staff. The Grad School and Health and Wellness collaborate to host events each semester specifically for graduate students. Look for this semester’s events here.
PACS is a team of psychologists, social workers and psychology trainees who are highly skilled at addressing the unique needs of college students, and are committed to enhancing students' ability to benefit from the university experience. If grad school is impacting your mental health, you are not alone. Grad students can go to PACS for urgent same-day counseling, individual counseling and group counseling—grad only groups are available. Learn more about the services offered by PACS here.
SHARPP provides services to victims/survivors of sexual violence, relationship abuse and stalking regardless of gender, age, health status (including HIV-positive), physical, mental, emotional ability, sexual orientation, gender identity, or expression, socio-economic status, race, national origin, immigration status, or religious or political affiliation.
One of the 8 dimensions of the wellness wheel is social wellness. Your social wellness is supported by building positive relationships and engaging with your community. See our events page for upcoming social events hosted by the Grad School, and check out the Thrive Guide for other ways to get involved in our UNH community and in the greater Seacoast area.