Former UNH students, whose degree status at the University has been interrupted, may apply to resume their studies by submitting an application for readmission.
If you have already earned a degree from UNH (baccalaureate or associate) and are interested in a second degree, apply as a TRANSFER student. Please note: You cannot apply for a second B.A. degree.
If you were enrolled in an associate's degree program and wish to apply to a bachelor’s degree program, apply as a two-to-four year transfer.
If you are planning to finish your degree requirements during a Summer Session, or finish your graduation requirements at another college or university, contact the Registrar’s Office at (603) 641-4136 for information about “Reinstatement for Graduation” procedures.
Readmission applications are processed in the Office of Admissions; however, decisions are made by the Dean’s Office of the college division to which you apply and in consultation with the Division of Student & Academic Affairs.
Contact UNH Manchester, Office of Admissions, (603) 641-4150 or firstname.lastname@example.org for information regarding departmental pre-requisites
Provide a statement as to why you believe you can successfully complete a UNH degree program and the specific steps you will take to ensure your future academic success.
Only under extraordinary circumstances will a student be readmitted after being academically dismissed (a second suspension is considered a dismissal). Consult with your former college dean PRIOR to submitting a readmission application.
Coursework completed at other institutions will be evaluated for transfer credit upon receipt of an official transcript. The transcript must include final grades for all coursework completed, including coursework in progress at the time of application.
The deadline for filing the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) is March 1. Additional information is available at the Financial Aid website.
New Hampshire Residents: If you were previously enrolled as a NH resident and your family’s current permanent address has remained in New Hampshire, you do not need to re-document your in-state status.
If you were previously enrolled as a non-resident and now wish to claim in-state residency, you must document your claim by either submitting an application for in-state status to UNH Manchester Registrar, 4th floor, 88 Commercial Street Manchester NH 03101 or a notarized residency form with your readmission application. Typically, if you have been away for less than three years, you will need to apply for in-state residency through the Registrar’s Office.
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