Transfer Student Experience

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All new transfer students are encouraged to utilize the following resources and supports designed to meet transfer students where they are in pursuing their degree.

Meet with Your Advisor & Register for Classes

Newly admitted students will meet with their professional advisor to review their academic requirements and select courses for next semester. 

Click here to learn about how to prepare for advising and registration

Attend orientation

At Orientation we will welcome new first-year and transfer students as well as new graduate and international students. 

Monday, January, 23
11:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Register online

We will be working with all of our student Orientation Leaders (OLs) to develop an interactive program for you to connect with your peers, learn what the UNH Manchester community has to offer, and ask us questions. 

Transfer Seminar

Full-time transfer students are encouraged to enroll in this 1-credit course which focuses on UNH Manchester academic and career resources. By incorporating topics such as internship and career planning, academic advising resources, and information literacy, the goal of this course is to foster the development of skills or strategies that are both applicable and valuable across disciplines as well promoting personal success as a new transfer student and beyond.

Students attending orientation will be automatically enrolled in our COVID testing program, and will be contacted to make an appointment to submit a COVID test prior to the event. 

Guests accompanying students will be required to show hard copy proof of one of the following:

  • Full vaccination including the two weeks post-vaccine
    • On or before June 7 for 6/21 Orientation
    • On or before June 11 for 6/25 Orientation
  • A negative COVID-19 test taken within 72 hours of the event

Guests who may experience significant cost and/or time barriers to accessing COVID-19 testing should contact for an opportunity to test at UNH Manchester.  The UNH Manchester test is a nasal swab that will be administered by our lab technicians.  Guests participating in this testing service acknowledge that the screening performed by UNH Manchester Is only a preliminary screening, not a diagnostic test.  In the event of an abnormal result, it is the responsibility of the guest to obtain a third-party diagnostic test and to present proof of a negative result to gain entry to this event.


Student Housing

Located at 1000 Elm Street, UNH Downtown Commons offers spacious rooms, lounge spaces, laundry facilities, cable TV, internet and more. The residence hall is just a short walk to campus and steps from downtown Manchester’s vibrant restaurants, shops and nightlife. 

Learn more about living on-campus