Spring 2022 WebCat Registration Dates
|Start Date||Start Time||End Date||End Time||Student Category|
|November 22||7 a.m.||December 1||11:59 p.m.||Senior: 90 or more credits earned|
|November 29||7 a.m.||December 1||11:59 p.m.||Junior: 58-89 credits earned|
|December 2||7 a.m.||December 6||6 p.m.||Freshman: 0-25 credits earned|
|December 7||7 a.m.||December 10||11:59 p.m.||Sophomore: 26-57 credits earned|
|December 13||8 a.m.||February 4||Registration re-opens for ALL undergraduate courses|
|December 15||8 a.m.||February 4||Continuing Education/Non-Degree|
|Start Date||Start Time||End Date||Student Category|
|November 15||8 a.m.||February 4||Graduate degree students|
|November 15||8 a.m.||January 21||Online Term 3|
|November 15||8 a.m.||March 25||Online Term 4|
|December 15||8 a.m.||February 4||Continuing Education/Non-Degree|
|February 4||8 a.m.||February 11||Graduate student registration continues: GRAD 800, 900, DEPT 899, 999|
How do I change my schedule?
Students can make changes to their schedule during their RAC window through WebCat, but we always recommend that students discuss any changes to their schedule with an advisor. Email email@example.com to check in with an advisor.
Please contact our office for information on making changes to your schedule
How can I view my Registration Access Code (RAC)?
- Go to my.unh.edu
- Find WebCat and log in using 2 Step Authentication (click here to set up your accounts)
- Once you are in WebCat, click Registration-> “view RAC”
Now that I’m registered, when is my student bill due?
How can I check for textbooks?
- Go to: https://unhm.bncollege.com
- Click on “Textbooks” in the top ribbon on the main page of the website
- Enter your courses by choosing the department, course and section. This information can be found on the course search or on your student detail schedule that you can print from WebCat (see the instructions above).
- When you have entered all of your course information, click “Find Materials.”
- If the professor has posted book options, they will populate here.
Please note: Some books you can buy, rent, or you can download the electronic copy.
What do I need to safely return to campus During COVID-19?
To ensure the safety of all UNH Manchester community members, please follow the checklist found on the UNH Manchester Coronavirus (Covid-19) Updates & Resources Website if you plan to be on campus in any capacity.
- Compete your Informed Consent: To access the form, go into WebCat and choose the “Student Informed Consent Agreement” under “Personal Information” at the top of the page.
- Click for mandatory Pre-Arrival Testing (and quarantine, if applicable) information.
- You are required to have a valid Wildcat Pass at all times on any UNH campus. Wildcat Pass is a web app developed to help students, faculty and staff stay aware of—and compliant with—UNH’s COVID-19 guidelines. When you log in to Wildcat Pass, it will either say that you are compliant or provide what you are missing (for example, a negative COVID-19 test or signed Wildcat Pledge). UNH faculty and staff may ask for proof of a valid Wildcat Pass at any time.
- Keep up to date with all other requirements before returning to campus here.
What is Canvas (myCourses)?
Canvas, also known as myCourses, is UNH’s learning system for both online and in-person that lists your courses as well as course assignments, announcements, grades, and more. Make sure to explore all the helpful tools UNH has to offer at my.UNH.edu.
When to File an Intent to Graduate
- December 2021 Graduation: File your Intent to Graduate by November 1, 2021
- May 2022 Graduation: File your Intent to Graduate by April 1, 2022
How to File an Intent to Graduate
File an Intent to Graduate on WebCat (Student Records> Graduation> Apply to Graduate) by following these steps:
- Click “Apply to Graduate” link. This brings you to the "Curriculum Term Selection" menu. Select the most current term on the list. Click the "Submit" button.
- "Curriculum Selection" will show all the program(s) you are eligible to graduate from based on the term you just selected in step 1. If you do not see your program, try returning to the previous menu and verify you have selected the correct term.
- Select the degree you wish to file for and click the "Continue" button.
- "Graduation Date Selection” is where you pick the term/date you plan to graduate.
For more graduation information, please visit our Graduation website.
How to Register: Current Students
Current undergraduate students
Step 1: Schedule an appointment with your advisor.
- For more information about meeting with your advisor, please contact Academic Advising.
- Look at the course schedule online to find courses.
Step 2: Complete your advising sheet with Registration Access Code (RAC).
- Complete your advising & registration worksheet with your advisor and their signature.
- Obtain your Registration Access Code (RAC) from your advisor to register online or in-person (this six-digit number changes each semester).
Step 3: Register online through WebCat
- Register online for unrestricted classes through WebCat (for instructions see “How to Register through WebCat”).
- If courses need special permission or show errors on WebCat, please contact the Registration Office.
Step 4: Tuition bill.
- Check WebCat for fall electronic tuition bills by mid-July and spring tuition bills by mid-December.
- See The Business Office for more details on deadlines and fees.
Current undergraduate degree students
Registrations are accepted through any of the following methods:
- Online: Students can register for courses through WebCat (for instructions see “How to Register through WebCat”).
- By email: Download and the Add/Drop Form and send it completely filled out to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Learn more about:
- Login to Webcat (login assistance 603-862-4242)
- Select Registration
- Select Add/Drop Courses
- Select Term (ex: Fall 2019) and Submit
- Enter RAC (if applicable)
- Enter CRNs (the five-digit course reference number) for the courses or select Class Search to find open courses
Note: When searching for classes, if there is a number in the RESV column, the section is open.
- Select Submit Changes
- Message appears notifying if registration was successful or errors occurred.
- Select Complete when finished.
- For a printed schedule; choose Printable Schedule.
Type in the date for the first full week of classes.
*For errors such as “level restriction” please contact the UNH Manchester Registration Office at 603-641-4136.
Add/Drop a Course
Add or Drop a course via WebCat through the 2nd Tuesday of classes at 4:30pm. After this deadline adding and dropping a course is processed by completing an Add/Drop Form.
Deadlines are posted in the Academic Calendar.
Changes to course registrations after the deadlines, in most cases, must be petitioned through Academic Advising. Petition forms can be obtained from Academic Advising.
Welcome to UNH Manchester
In order to register for classes, please begin by making an appointment with UNH Manchester Academic Advising and check out the accepted students webpage for a complete checklist of essential things to do.
Once you have met with an advisor via Zoom, your course selection will be sent to our office for processing.
You will receive a confirmation email from us to your UNH Manchester WildCats email with the next steps.
Any student of the University may, with the approval of his/her advisor and the continuing consent of the instructor, audit courses at the University.
- The deadline for designating a registered course to audit is the 5th Friday of the fall/spring semesters or the last day to drop without academic liability in summer sessions.
- The instructor will determine requirements for attendance, participation, and any written work.
- Audits appear on the academic record with a grade notation of ‘AU’; no credits are earned.
- Students who do not meet the criteria set by the instructor will be dropped from the course.
- Tuition varies for audit courses; see Business Office for details.
Contact your advisor or The Registration Office for more information at email@example.com.
How to Register: Continuing Education Students
Are you in pursuit of professional advancement, a personal goal, a career change, applying to graduate school, or fulfilling your love of learning?
UNH Manchester offers classes to help you achieve the success you desire. Credit courses may be applied toward a future degree program. If you haven't been admitted to a UNH Manchester degree program, you would be considered a continuing education or non-degree student. Continuing education or non-degree students are limited to register for no more than 11 credits (usually two four-credit courses).
The eligibility requirements for enrolling in credit-bearing courses include:
- A high school diploma or equivalent.
- Demonstrated successful academic performance.
- Successful completion of all course prerequisites.
- Not currently under disciplinary sanctions from UNH/UNH Manchester, another college or university, or court-ordered probation or other sanctions.
*The University reserves the right to restrict registration to those who can demonstrate the completion of the above requirements and to bar registration or withdraw a student who upon request fails to provide proper documentation or who demonstrates unacceptable performance once enrolled.
Granted at the discretion of the instructor on a space-available basis, non-matriculated students may audit credit courses at the rate of $100 per credit plus the mandatory semester fees and any other required course fees.
Registrations for audit classes are accepted only after classes begin, with a signed authorization from the instructor. Students who register for a course before classes begin and change to audit after classes begin are not eligible for the $100 per credit rate.
New Hampshire residents who are age 65 or older and are not enrolled in a degree program are eligible to take a maximum of two credit-bearing courses* per academic year, tuition-free. Students are responsible for all other costs of attendance, including fees.
Prospective students who will be age 65 or older as of the first day of the semester, summer session or term in which they wish to take a course can register on the first day of class on a space-available basis and must provide proof of age and New Hampshire residency. Waivers will only be granted at the time of registration (not retroactively). Non-credit courses, workshops, etc., are not covered by this tuition waiver.
* Certain credit-bearing courses offered at UNH but administered by other institutions are not covered by the tuition waiver.
Full-Time Special Status
In order to take 12 or more credits as a non-degree student, you must petition for Full-Time Special Status through the Office of Admissions.
For more information please contact the Admissions Office at 603-641-4150.
Registrations are accepted through any of the following methods. Payment is expected at the time of registration. Please contact The Business Office for billing information.
- Email: Download or print the registration form and complete all items. If you do not know your UNH ID number, see Find Your ID Number. Email your completed form to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Online: Online registration is not available to first-time registrants. New students must initially register by email, mail, fax, or in person. Individuals with a MyUNH account may register for classes online through WebCat (for instructions see “How to Register through WebCat). If you have forgotten your username or password, please visit the login help tab or call the UNH IT Help Desk at (603) 862-4242.
Granted at the discretion of the instructor on a space-available basis, non-matriculated students may audit credit courses.
- Rate of $100 per credit plus the mandatory semester fees and any other required course fees.
- Registrations for audit classes are accepted only after classes begin, with a signed Registration Form from the instructor.
- Students who register for a course before classes begin and change to audit after classes begin are not eligible for the $100 per credit rate.
Contact the Registration Office for more information at 603-641-4136.
Family Educational Rights & Privacy Act (FERPA)
If you would like to give authorized access to your UNH financial and/or academic student records, you must complete a FERPA Waiver Release Form.
The Family Educational Rights & Privacy Act or FERPA (the Buckley Amendment) is a federal law that protects the privacy of student education records. The law applies to all schools that receive funds under an applicable program of the U.S. Department of Education. FERPA defines students’ rights broadly, giving the student the right to control to whom their education record is released. Broadly, FERPA:
- Establishes the rights of students to inspect and review their education records,
- Provides students the right to control the release of education records to third parties without the permission of the student
- Provides guidelines for the correction of inaccurate or misleading data through formal and informal hearings.
- Provides students the right to file complaints with the Family Policy Compliance Office, U.S. Department of Education concerning alleged failures by the institution to comply with the Act.
The University System's FERPA-related policies are in the Students Right, Rules, and Responsibilities published each fall by the University.
UNH Manchester’s Registration Office
- Student Rights, Rules & Responsibilities
- U.S. Department of Education, FERPA
- Electronic Code of Federal Regulations,(20 U.S.C. § 1232g; 34 CFR Part 99)
- U.S. Department of Education, Student Privacy
LEAVE OF ABSENCE
Any student not subject to academic or conduct action may take a temporary leave of absence from UNH. Students interested in taking a leave of absence may email the Registration Office.
A leave of absence may impact student loan deferment and/or loan repayment. Remember to contact the Financial Aid Office to discuss your financial aid status.
A student will not be granted transfer credit for academic work taken during the Leave of Absence. Students who wish to attend another institution or otherwise do not wish to continue their education at UNH should withdraw.
RETURNING FROM A LEAVE OF ABSENCE
Students returning from a leave of absence must complete a Return from Leave of Absence Form by June 1 if returning for a Fall semester or by November 1 if returning for a Spring semester. Completed forms should be returned to the UNH Manchester Registration Office.
Students will be reinstated into the same major at the point of their leave’s start. Normally, leaves of absence may not exceed six consecutive semesters, exclusive of January Term and Summer Session. Exceptions to the leave of absence policy will be granted by the University Academic Standards and Advising Committee and only in unusual circumstances.
If students wish to be admitted into a different major when returning from a leave must apply for readmission through the Admissions Office.
Students who took a leave of absence for health reasons must contact Health and Wellness in Durham.
WITHDRAWAL FROM THE UNIVERSITY
Students who do not wish to return to UNH Manchester may withdraw. Students who wish to withdraw can meet with the Director of Academic Advising. Students withdrawing for health reasons should contact Health and Wellness in Durham.
Please contact the Registration Office to complete a withdrawal form.
Financial Aid and/or Business Office staff are available for assistance with financial circumstances and provide information about the financial consequences of withdrawing.
Under the Student Exchange Program of the New Hampshire College and University Council, UNH Manchester students may be eligible to enroll for one course per semester, one semester of courses, or a full year of coursework at a member school on a space-available basis. The NHCUC exchange allows matriculating undergraduates to use educational resources that are not available at the home campus and are considered appropriate for their degree programs. This exchange will be used only when academic reasons or other special circumstances warrant it. Schools in the NHCUC consortium include:
Colby-Sawyer College, Franklin Pierce University, Granite State College, Hellenic American University, Keene State College, New England College (including the Institute of Art and Design), Plymouth State University, Rivier University, St. Anselm College, Southern New Hampshire University and the University of New Hampshire (including UNH Manchester).
Students will remain as degree candidates and continue to pay normal UNH tuition and fees, but must make their own room and board arrangements if they plan to spend a full semester at another consortium school. For more information and application forms, students should contact the UNH Manchester Associate Registrar at (603) 641-4164 or email@example.com.
The following staff have the authority and have expressed a willingness to notarize documents for students and other members of the university community at no charge.
Please email in advance to arrange a mutually convenient time to meet.
Doreen Palmer, Associate Registrar
Students can authorize anyone, including parents, family members or friends, to access their UNH billing and payment information, final grades and financial aid. Students are completely in charge of who has access, and can change that access at any time.
The following six steps are all you need to do to set up access to the Parent Portal for your parents and/or others:
- Go to my.unh.edu
- Click WEBCAT
- Log in with UNH username and password if not already logged in
- Click Parent Portal tab
- Click Add/Manage Users
- Follow the on-screen directions
You’ll receive an email confirming the account and so will the person you authorized to view your information.