Weather Alert: Parking ban ends at 3 p.m. on 1/21. Visit www.uml.edu/storm for more info.
The Enriching Essential Learning Outcomes (E2LO) Initiative helps you build connections between the core outcomes that you achieve in the classroom and events and experiences that take place beyond the classroom.
Click on the colored boxes below to learn more about the E2LO Events & Experiences, and the ways you can get involved!
Track your progress on the Student Dashboard and get rewarded for engaging in this initiative!
The Invisible Identity Series raises awareness of hidden identities within our campus community. Beginning in October and ending in April, this series will showcase a different Invisible Identity each month.
Previous topics have included: Living with Chronic Pain, Food Insecure and Homeless Students, Students who are Parents, Immigration, Survivors of Relationship Violence, and Veterans, to name a few.
Women Crush Weights is a weight lifting program designed to help women gain confidence and knowledge with resistance based training. All levels of fitness are encouraged as the weight lifting program is designed to fit multiple levels of fitness. Register at www.uml.edu/fitness.
sexapalooza is an annual Valentine's themed sexual health education event which includes a drag queen, resource tables and an amazing raffle!
Join the Game of Life!
Join us for a fun day of hiking in New Hampshire! The Belknap Mountain Range is a prominent range west of Lake Winnipesaukee in the towns of Gilford, Gilmanton, and Alton, NH. Numerous scattered ledges on all the peaks provide fine views of Lake Winnipesaukee, the Ossipee and Sandwich ranges, and Mt. Washington. Lower summit elevations and moderate terrain make this a perfect range to practice winter hiking skills. Leaders will review winter hiking safety, equipment, group travel and leave no trace.
Mount Monadnock at 3160’ is one of the most frequently climbed mountains in the world! This is an opportunity to get a new winter perspective on a classic day hike. It features a full range of New England mountain ecosystems and terrain as well as amazing views of the White Mountains in NH, the Green Mountains in VT and the Connecticut River valley. Lower summit elevation and moderate terrain make this a perfect range to practice winter hiking skills. Leaders will review winter hiking safety, equipment, group travel and leave no trace. This is a northeast must do!
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