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The (603) Challenge 2023
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Show your support for the UNH Programs that matter most to you during The (603) Challenge!

There are many University-wide Programs that support students and the greater UNH community, offering a range of services and opportunities for academic, professional, and personal well-being. Contributing to any of the programs listed below is a worthwhile investment in the Wildcat community. Your support during The (603) Challenge is needed and greatly appreciated! GIVE NOW!

University Programs

Career and Professional Success (CaPS) equips students with the experiences, knowledge, and skills to thrive in an ever-changing future and prepares them for exciting careers. 

Hamel Center for Undergraduate Research provides UNH students with the opportunity to conduct research at the undergraduate level, providing them with hands-on experience and opportunities to present their findings in professional venues.  

Health and Wellness Education is open to UNH students, faculty, and staff, and is the on-campus source for medical services, wellness education and promotion, and public health expertise. 

Honors Program provides an enhanced academic experience for intellectually motivated students, drawing together a rich community of peer scholars attracted by a history of academic excellence and intellectual curiosity.

Prevention Innovations Research Center (PIRC) is dedicated to ending sexual and relationship violence and stalking through the power of effective practitioner and research partnerships. 

ROTC Alumni Chapter at the University of New Hampshire provides scholarship support for students who wish to enroll in the Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps (AFROTC) or in the Army Reserve Officer Training Corps (AROTC). 

Sexual Harassment &  Rape Prevention Program (SHARPP) is a free and confidential resource for anyone in the UNH community impacted by interpersonal violence. Services are available to victims as well as the family, friends, and loved ones who support them.  

UNH Military and Veterans Services helps with military education benefits questions, assistance in navigating the university, and accessing campus and community services.   

University Instrumentation Center (UIC) is a core facility dedicated to the advancement of the research and academic missions of UNH and the surrounding research community. 

Institute for Student Success (ISS) offers a variety of programs that holistically guide disadvantaged students through the transition to UNH, celebrate and build on their strengths, and enhance their academic, personal and professional growth. This office includes program like the following: The Center for Academic Resources (CFAR) is where staff and peer academic mentors work with UNH students to successfully navigate UNH’s academic environment, helping to improve their academic strategies and time management skills. The CONNECT Program is designed to help students who have been historically excluded from higher education (People of Color, first-generation and/or high financial need) thrive at UNH). TRIO Scholars Programs work to increase the college retention and graduation rates of participants and help students make the transition from high school to college, and from college to beyond.  

Global Education actively promotes international engagement and cross-cultural understanding for students. The following programs are just a few examples of how UNH brings the world to our campuses and UNH to the world: Send Wildcats Abroad is a fund to make international experiences more affordable for UNH students, providing them with life-changing opportunities to develop the global skills that prepare them for successful careers. The Washington Center Program (TWC) offers internship and seminar opportunities in Washington DC for students of all majors. Support for International Students at OISS Global provides program and scholarship support to international students. 

Off-Campus Engagement and Fraternity and Sorority Life (FSL) Education focuses on the welfare of students who do not reside in University-managed housing and seeks ways to assist all students in learning how to live safely, successfully, and independently in the communities surrounding the University. 

UNH InterOperabiility Lab (UNH-IOL) works to provide a neutral environment to foster interoperability, standards conformance, and development for the interconnected world, while attracting students to and preparing them for careers in cutting-edge technology. 

UNH ECenter is the co-curricular heart of ideas, innovation, and entrepreneurship on campus. It’s open to all students from any college or major. The goal of the ECenter is to foster the next generation of leaders with an entrepreneurial mind-set who can see opportunities and identify creative solutions that others have missed, one idea at a time.


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ANNOUNCING THE GRAND FINALE BONUS CHALLENGE

All donors who make an online gift on the last day of the challenge, Thursday, April 6 (starting at 12:00:01 a.m. ET) will receive an equal portion of $90,000 added to their gift. Only donors who have not already given to this year’s challenge qualify. The bonus amount tacked on to your gift will be dependent on the number of donors that qualify and will be calculated after the challenge is over. Whether you make one or multiple gift transactions and/or give to multiple areas, your bonus amount will be split accordingly.  


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ANNOUNCING THE NH NUMBERS BONUS CHALLENGE

The first 1,000 donors who give online on Wednesday, April 5, and haven't already made a gift to this year's challenge, in a total amount containing the numerals 6, 0, and 3 will receive a $50 bonus added to their gift designation(s).

445 days ago by Jackie Overton

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