Student Clubs and Organizations

Communication Sciences and Disorders
National Student Speech-Language-Hearing Association
The mission of NSSLHA is to benefit its members by continually improving its support, promotion, and advocacy of the highest quality preparation of professionals in audiology, speech-language pathology, and speech and hearing science. The UNH chapter has traditionally been active in community service activities, such as nursing home excursions, fund-raising activities, the annual Walk by the Sea to benefit those with traumatic brain injury, and departmental activities, such as the annual department graduation celebration.
UNH Chapter of NSSLHA
American Sign Language Club  
The purpose of this organization will be to improve receptive and expressive signing skills, help members learn a new language, interact with local deaf community, increase awareness of the Deaf community and culture on and around campus, to provide an American Sign Language/Deaf friendly environment, and to be involved in the national Deaf community.
ASL Club

Health Management and Policy
Student Organization for Health Leadership
Our mission is to build and strengthen a network system for future, current, and alumni students, to promote job security, and establish a strong brand for the program that exemplifies an excellent reputation of leadership, collaboration, and education. 
SOHL

Kinesiology 
Association of Exercise Science Students 

Association of Exercise Science Students
Student Athletic Training Organization
SATO seeks to provide prospective and current AT students with the opportunities for community service, socialization, and intellectual development outside the scope of our formal class, laboratory and clinical settings. Our goal is to promote unity within the Athletic Training Program by providing an inclusive environment for collaboration in order to foster supportive relationships among students as well as encourage professional development through socialization among students, faculty, professors, preceptors, alumni, and other allied health professionals. Additionally, we hope to generate funds for educational enhancement such as student scholarship/awards and sending students to state regional and national symposia and conventions. 
SATO 
Sport Career Club
The University of New Hampshire Sport Careers club is dedicated to giving members the opportunity to learn more about sport industry careers and fundraise to create such opportunities, network with sports business executives and professionals, and for community outreach to have a positive impact on campus and the surrounding community.
Sport Career Club

Nursing
STTI Honors Society
The vision for Eta Iota Chapter of Sigma Theta Tau International is to be recognized as a center for fostering nursing excellence through research, scholarship, professional development, mentoring, and community and global partnerships in order to influence health outcomes.
STTI Honors Society
Student Nursing Organization
SNO strives to bring all students in the UNH Nursing program together and provide structure for them to learn about relevant departmental procedures, professionalism, and community-related events.
SNO

Occupational Therapy
Pi Theta Epsilon Honors Society 
Students may apply to PTE after completing one full academic term of graduate course work. Applicants must be in the top 35% of their class and hold at least a 3.5 GPA.
PTE Honors Society 
Student Occupational Therapy Association
SOTA is a student-run organization that provides services to the community, further educational opportunities for its members, and focuses on creating professional and mentoring relationships among the members.
SOTA

Recreation Management and Policy
The Recreation Society
The Recreation Society is a student-run organization that seeks to promote education, community service, and social opportunities for both Recreation Management and Policy majors and other UNH students.
The Recreation Society

Social Work
Phi Alpha Honor Society
The purpose of Phi Alpha Honor Society is to provide a closer bond among students of social work and promote humanitarian goals and ideals.
Phi Alpha Honor Society
The Graduate Students of Social Work
GSSW's active student organization offers a variety of ways for students to connect outside the classroom, and to work together with faculty and staff to impact the school, the University, and the larger community. The GSSW is the governing body for students at UNH Graduate School of Social Work. The purpose of the GSSW is to enhance the quality of student life through programs, activities and open meetings. It promotes communication among students and serves as a liaison between students and administration.  
GSSW
Students of Social Work
Students of Social Work (S.O.S.W.) provides those students (and students in other related fields) with a chance to learn more about the Social Work profession, network with professionals in the field, and learn more about opportunities available to students. 
SOSW