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
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