UNH has discontinued mailing paper bills. Students now access their bills through Blackboard/MyUNH and, if necessary, forward to responsible parties. Payment is accepted by personal check, bank check, money order, cash (must be delivered in person only), wire transfer, electronic check, and credit card. A non-refundable service charge of 2.75% will be added for all credit card transactions. A combination of payment methods may be used. Please note: Business Services may process checks electronically.
Checks sent through the mail should be made payable to UNH, include the student's ID number and may be sent to:
UNH Business Services
11 Garrison Avenue
Durham, NH 03824
Monthly Payment Option
An optional 5-month payment plan for fall and spring semesters is offered through Tuition Management Systems. Payments will be due the first of each month from July - November (fall) and December - April (spring). This option is for degree students only.
Parent PLUS Loans
Parents may apply for a federal parent PLUS loan. Applications should be completed and submitted to lenders as soon as possible before the payment due date. For more information see Direct PLUS Loan for Parents.
Students may apply for alternative loans offered by some banks. Alternative loans are private, non-federal student loans. Most require co-signers.
Applications should be completed and submitted to lenders as soon as possible before the payment due date.
Information about alternative loan options may be found on the UNH Financial Aid web site.
Wire Transfer Information
Funds may be wired to UNH's account. Please call Business Services at (603) 862-2230 for wire transfer information. The sender should be aware that wire transaction fees vary and should be included in the total amount transferred. International students can select Peer Transfer/Flywire, and international payment option provided through QuikPay, the UNH online payment option.
Returned Check Policy
Checks that have been returned for nonpayment are assessed a $30 return-check charge. A bank check, money order, or cash must be used to replace a returned check.
If two or more checks are returned for non-sufficient funds, the University will be unable to accept future personal checks for that student account.