CAS offers a Community Service Volunteer Notetaker program.
This program is open to all students at UNH who wish to assist a peer by taking and sharing lecture notes. For more information on the reasonable accommodation of having a notetaker, click here.
Certified Volunteer Notetakers are eligible for the following benefits:
- Adding volunteer notetaking a community service to their co-curricular transcript
- Receiving a Certificate of Appreciation
- Receiving a Letter of Recognition stating how many hours of community service are completed for each semester
- The opportunity to qualify for priority registration
- The opportunity to learn about a subject without paying tuition or taking tests
To become a Certified Volunteer Notetaker:
- Complete the Online Notetaker Training
- Complete the Volunteer Notetaker Application (If you are having trouble viewing this form, click here for the most recent version of Adobe Acrobat Reader)
- Submit the Certificate of Completion from the training with your Application to CAS
- CAS will contact you to schedule a half-hour meeting with the appropriate CAS staff member
After you attend the meeting:
- Review the Manual given to you during your meeting
- Sign and submit the Volunteer Notetaker Contract from the Manual
- Maintain a 2.5 GPA or higher
To learn more, email or call A LEARNING ASSISTANT AT CAS:Learning-DSR@newhaven.edu
CAS offers Leadership Opportunities
Students, who are registered and have been active with Campus Access Services for at least one semester, have the opportunity to apply to be a D.R.E.A.M. Team Member which includes supporting first year students participating in the D.R.E.A.M. Orientation, and organizing and participating in awareness programs.
As a D.R.E.A.M. Team Member, you will:
- Hold an important leadership position
- Add to your co-curricular transcript
- Have the opportunity to help new freshmen
- Receive great training and experiences
- Move onto campus early in the Fall
- Receive a stipend
D.R.E.A.M. Team Members are required to:
- Be currently registered with CAS or active with our notetaker program.
- Attend all required trainings (both during the academic year, and in August)
- Be available on campus for the entire Welcome Week
- Be available to take part in the entire D.R.E.A.M. Orientation
- Attend CAS sponsored events and workshops throughout the academic year