Academic Advising

All UNH Manchester academic advising services and staff are available remotely during our normal office hours. Please continue to monitor the UNH Manchester Campus COVID-19 page for updates.

Academic Advising

Going on Now:

Check this page regularly for important advising information and updates.

Fall 2021 Advising Going on Now!

Every UNH Manchester undergraduate student is required to meet with their assigned advisor to receive their unique registration access code (RAC).

To prepare for advising appointments, students should review their Degree Works record and create a tentative schedule using the course search. Students can schedule their advising appointment by using myWildcatSuccess or emailing their assigned advisor.

Drop-In Advising Hours:

Professional advisors are available for drop-in advising at the following days and times to assist all current UNH Manchester students select courses for the fall semester.

Note: Incoming new students are not eligible to attend drop-in advising and must review the process for new advising on our New Students page.


Monday, April 26 from 9:00-4:00

Wednesday, April 28 from 9:00-4:00

Monday, May 3 from 9:00-4:00

Thursday, May 6 from 9:00-4:00

Last Day of Registration
Tuesday, May 11 from 9:00-4:00

scheduling Advising Appointments:

Professional Advisors currently have limited appointment availability. If you are interested in scheduling an appointment, please follow these directions to schedule through myWildcatSuccess.

Faculty advisors may have their availability listed on myWildcatSuccess or students may need to contact them via email to schedule an appointment.

Registration Process:

Registration start and end dates are based on class standing, as determined by the current number of earned credits. The current number of earned credits a student has does not include in-progress courses.


Credit Range

Registration Start Date

Registration End Date



April 26

May 11



April 28

May 11



May 3

May 11



May 6

May 11

Each student’s registration access code (RAC) is associated with a specific start time on their designated registration start date. Use this RAC chart to determine your unique start time once you have your registration access code.

For more information on how to register for classes and view your schedule please visit the Registration Office’s website.

Registration Errors & Solutions

If you receive an error message when you attempt to register for a course, it may be because the course section is full. Some courses only have one section that is entirely in-person or entirely online. Other courses may have two sections, one section for students who attend in-person and another separate section for students attending remotely. If your preferred course modality section is full, please email the Registration Office as they may be able to assist you in registering for your preferred section or offer other suggestions.

If you need assistance selecting alternative courses or changing your schedule, please email

If you have questions concerning WebCat registration or error messages, please visit the Registration Office’s website or email

Mission Statement

The Office of Academic Advising uses a developmental philosophy and holistic approach to empower students to reach their educational, professional, and personal goals. Students are guided in identifying and reaching these goals through critical thinking and problem solving, determining appropriate steps, and utilizing available resources. Academic advising advocates for students encourages intellectual connections across disciplines, and integrates in and out of classroom experiences.

Meet the Staff