More than half of our students transferred here from other schools, choosing UNH Manchester for its career-driven programs and accessibility to real-world opportunities in the city. Whether you’re coming from a community college or a four-year institution, we’ve made the transfer process as simple as possible — so you can set foot on your next path with confidence.
1. Submit the UNH Transfer Form (or the NH Transfer Form if you’re transferring from a New Hampshire community college)
2. Send in your official high school transcript and/or General Equivalency Diploma (GED) and official college transcript(s)
3. New Hampshire residents: Submit a notarized Residency Statement if applying for the spring semester. Fall semester applicants will submit this form after paying the enrollment deposit.
4. Optional: Submit letter(s) of recommendation and/or official SAT/ACT scores (UNH's CEEB code for College Board SATs and TOEFL tests is 3918)
Most transfer students accepted to a bachelor’s degree program demonstrate:
The admissions office will not process an application until it is complete with all the required documentation. Applicants should allow three to five weeks after all materials have been filed before anticipating admission notification. There are no interviews as part of the application process. All offers of admission are considered conditional and are subject to the verification of satisfactory achievement when final high school transcripts are reviewed by the Admission Committee.
Permanent resident aliens need to submit a copy of their permanent resident card. Non-U.S. citizens should include a photocopy of the passport page with biographic information.
Do not send IEPs, 504 Plans and other documentation regarding a disability to the Admissions Office. These materials should be brought to the student’s first meeting with their academic counselor after the new student orientation.
UNH's CEEB code for College Board SATs and TOEFL tests: 3918
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