Military & Veteran Students

Speaker at UNHM Military Veterans event

UNH Manchester welcomes returning veterans from the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, and all who have served our country in the military.

Whether you’re just starting your college career, transferring from another institution or returning to the classroom after a break in education, you’ll get the resources and support to help you transition from service member to scholar.

Apply

Service members apply as either first-year or transfer students. Use this checklist to help you take the right steps at the right time.

You’re a first-year student if you’ve never enrolled at a college or university, or have earned less than 16 credits for college coursework.
You’re a transfer student if you’ve been enrolled at another college or university, or have earned more than 16 college credits.

Checklist & Resources | First-Year Student | Transfer Student 

Students

 

Veteran Benefits

Learn more about the educational benefits you may qualify for through the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs.

Apply for Benefits | Getting Your Benefits | GI Bill® 

 

GI Bill® is a registered trademark of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). More information about education benefits offered by VA is available at the official U.S. government website at https://www.benefits.va.gov/gibill.
 

Military camo legs and boots and UNHM sign

 

Costs & Financial Aid

You want a quality education that fits your lifestyle, goals and budget. We’ll work with you to make it happen. 

Costs | Types of Aid | Military/Veteran Scholarships | Applying for Aid
 

Students and advisor at computer

 

Military & Veteran Services

You served our country with pride, and our student-focused support team takes pride in serving you. Discover the military-specific resources and events to help you redefine victory and success.

On-Campus Resources | Off-Campus Resources | How We Support You
 

Cards for military personnel

 

Connect With an Admissions Counselor

Is UNH Manchester a good fit for you?
Our admissions counselors are happy to help you find out by answering any of your questions.

Meet your Counselor

(603) 641-4194