The University of New Hampshire offers students a variety of online services, all of which are accessed through your myUNH account. All enrolled students automatically get a Wildcats Mail account, but it needs to be activated. You should activate your myUNH account as soon as possible.
For help, please contact the UNH Manchester Help Desk at 603-641-4357.
The Center for Academic Enrichment provides English and math assessments to aid incoming students in course selection. These tools are designed to help you assess your strengths and weaknesses and make choices that will facilitate your academic success. Assessments should be taken at least one week prior to your scheduled orientation/transfer advising day.
Orientation is where you'll get your student ID, register for classes and learn about the opportunities and resources that will help you succeed at UNH Manchester. All first-year and transfer students are required to attend an Orientation or Transfer Advising Session prior to registering for courses. We recommend registering early to get your most optimal course selection.
Spring semester students: Orientation will be held on Friday, January 11. RSVP today
Fall semester students: Orientation and Transfer Advising Sessions will be announced soon.
The first step toward receiving financial aid is to submit the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid). Visit FAFSA.gov to apply online by March 1. The UNH Title IV School Code is 002589.
If you need help filing your FAFSA or have questions, schedule an appointment with a financial aid advisor
If you have already submitted a FAFSA, you will receive additional financial aid information in the mail in the next few weeks. In the meantime, feel free to contact our Financial Aid office with any questions at 603-641-4189.
UNH Manchester offers double and triple rooms at our UNH residence hall, UNH Downtown Commons. Located at 1000 Elm Street, our residence hall offers on-site dining, laundry facilities, cable TV, internet and more. UNH Downtown Commons is just a short walk to campus and steps from downtown Manchester’s vibrant restaurants, shops and nightlife.
We’ve also partnered with the New Hampshire Institute of Art to offer 10- or 19-meals-per-week plans in the NHIA dining hall, located on-site at 1000 Elm.
All high school and/or college students are required to submit final official transcript(s) to the UNH Manchester Admission Office once the school term has been completed. Your acceptance is considered provisional pending the receipt of your final official transcript(s).
High school students who have completed any college coursework must also request that a final official transcript be sent to the Admissions Office.
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