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January 2015
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  • Undergraduate Degree Students - Here's what you need to do:
    • Schedule an appointment with your advisor to register for your classes for the spring semester. If you do not know who your advisor is, you can find out through Webcat by clicking on Student Services & Financial Aid -> Student Records -> View Major and Advisor. View Advising Hours Here.
      • If you have a faculty advisor, please contact Ellen Ruggles at 603-641-4168 to schedule an appointment.
      • If you have an academic counselor as an advisor, please contact Molly Hutchins at 603-641-4170 to schedule your appointment.
    • Prepare yourself for your advising appointment by:
    • Discuss your ideas with your advisor. Complete or make changes to your registration as appropriate. Don't forget to get your advisor's signature on your registration form or obtain your RAC from your advisor to register on the web.
    • Look for Spring electronic tuition bills on December 12, 2014. Be sure to pay your tuition bill by January 5, 2015 to avoid a late fee and to avoid being dropped from your classes. Check MyUNH | WebCat
  • Open registration for summer sessions began March 24.
    View the course schedules to find courses.

    TUITION
    UNDERGRADUATE COURSES: (NUMBERED 200-799)
    $415 per credit, NH residents
    $457 per credit, non-residents

    GRADUATE COURSES: (NUMBERED 800-999)
    $483 per credit, NH residents
    $532 per credit, non-residents

    MANDATORY FEES
    Registration Fee: $20
    Parking/Security Fee: $20
    Technology Fee:
    Undergraduate Courses
    1-4 credits: $22.75
    5-11 credits: $45.50
    12 or more credits: $91.00

    Graduate Courses
    1-4 credits: $22.75
    5-8 credits: $45.50
    9 or more credits: $91.00

    Additional course or lab fees, if applicable.

  • Undergraduate Degree Students - Here's what you need to do:
    • Schedule an appointment with your advisor to register for your classes for the spring semester. If you do not know who your advisor is, you can find out through Webcat by clicking on Student Services & Financial Aid -> Student Records -> View Major and Advisor. View Advising Hours Here.
      • If you have a faculty advisor, please contact Ellen Ruggles at 603-641-4168 to schedule an appointment.
      • If you have an academic counselor as an advisor, please contact Molly Hutchins at 603-641-4170 to schedule your appointment.
    • Prepare yourself for your advising appointment by:
    • Discuss your ideas with your advisor. Complete or make changes to your registration as appropriate. Don't forget to get your advisor's signature on your registration form or obtain your RAC from your advisor to register on the web.
    • Look for Spring electronic tuition bills on December 12, 2014. Be sure to pay your tuition bill by January 5, 2015 to avoid a late fee and to avoid being dropped from your classes. Check MyUNH | WebCat
  • Registration for January Term is open.
    NOTE: All January term 2015 courses are online, hybrid, or will meet face-to-face in Durham.

    For complete January Term details, click here

    January Term information for Durham Campus

  • Open registration for fall semester begins July 23. View the course schedules to find courses.

    If you are not a degree seeking student, follow these instructions for registering for all courses during all semesters.

    Registrations are accepted through any of the following methods

    • Online: Students who have taken UNH classes in the past and are paying by credit card or electronic check can log into MyUNH (Blackboard) and then click "Webcat/Services" tab. Visit the Computer Lab for questions about using MyUNH.
    • By Phone with credit card payment: Students who want to register by phone paying by credit card (Visa, MasterCard, American Express, or Discover) can call the Registrar's Office at 603-641-4136
    • By Mail: Send your completed registration form and payment to: Registration Office, UNH Manchester, University Center, 400 Commercial Street, Manchester, NH 03101. Please include your check made payable to UNH Manchester. For credit card (Visa, MasterCard, American Express, or Discover) payments, please include your account number, card expiration date, security code, authorized account name and billing address.
    • By Fax: Students paying by credit card (Visa, MasterCard, American Express, or Discover) can fax their completed registration form and credit card number to the Registrar. The fax number is 603-641-4125.
    • In Person: You may register in person at the Registration Office, Student Services Suite in the University Center, 400 Commercial Street, Manchester, NH.
  • Please contact the registration office with any questions about course registration for degree & non-degree students.

    Phone: (603) 641-4136
    Fax: (603) 641-4125
    unhm.registration@unh.edu
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    Visit our office in the Student Services Suite:
    Monday-Friday: 8:30am-5:00pm

Fall 2013 Registration

Degree Students - Undergraduate

Registration Night is scheduled for Wednesday, August 21 from 4:00 pm until 6:00 pm.

If you have not already registered for the Fall 2013 semester, you must register on Registration Night. Registration Night allows you to schedule your classes, pay your tuition, and buy your books in one visit. If you did not take advantage of Advance Registration, this will be the last opportunity to register for classes

Here's what you need to do:
  • Schedule an appointment with your advisor to register for your classes for the spring semester. If you do not know who your advisor is, you can find out through Webcat by clicking on Student Services & Financial Aid -> Student Records -> View Major and Advisor. View Advising Hours Here
    • If you have a faculty advisor, please contact Ellen Ruggles (603-641-4168) to schedule an appointment.
    • If you have an academic counselor as an advisor, please contact Molly Hutchins at 603-641-4170 to schedule your appointment.
  • Prepare yourself for your advising appointment by: