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D.R.E.A.M. Orientation

Defeating Roadblocks in Education through Awareness and Mentoring

The Campus Access Services (CAS) office dares new students to D.R.E.A.M.! 
D.R.E.A.M. Orientation is a fun and informative orientation program for all students who are eligible to receive services from the CAS office.

The orientation program will be held  just prior to the start of the Fall semester.
Check back for an updated schedule

D.R.E.A.M. programming continues through the students' first semester with activities scheduled for them to participate in with the leaders and peers. This was a Game Night with the students which took place in October.

"If you can DREAM it,
you can BELIEVE it! 
If you can BELIEVE it,
you can ACHIEVE it!"



    Student check-in will be on August 19th.   (Though not required, parents/guardians choosing to stay overnight will need to make arrangements for lodging at a  local hotel .) 

    Additional benefits of attending this orientation program include:
        * Being the first to choose your space in your room
        * Getting your room set up early
        * Being able to familiarize yourself with other students, the campus, and resources before classes begin  

    Registration is required, and should be submitted NO LATER than July 19th as late registrations may not be able to be accommodated. To register for the program, complete the D.R.E.A.M. Orientation Registration Form [Word Format | PDF Format] (The PDF Format form requires the latest version of Adobe Acrobat Reader.  Please click here to download the latest version.) 

         * Open the PDF or Word document and save it to your desktop (Choose File > Save As). 
         * Once you have completed and re-saved the form, please attach it to an e-mail and send to Campus Access         Services, at the following email address:
         * Students will also need to submit a CAS Intake Packet (including documentation of their disability) by August 1st. (The CAS Intake Packet is available here.)

    Completed forms can also be sent by confidential fax to: (203) 931-6082

  2. What will we do?

    At this orientation students will:

    • Learn the differences between expectations in college versus high school
    • Meet their peers & current UNH student leaders
    • Learn college academic expectations
    • Learn about campus resources structured for their success
  3. Please note

    Please Note:
      If you are in need of disability related accommodations in order to attend this orientation program, please contact the Director of Campus Access Services: as soon as possible, but no less than two weeks in advance of the orientation date so that we may make appropriate arrangements to meet your needs.  (e.g. wheelchair access, large print, etc.)