Transfer Applicants

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Complete Your Bachelor's Degree at UNH

 

It takes courage to change your course or chart a new one. That’s one reason the University of New Hampshire welcomes transfer students to its campuses in Durham and Manchester. We’d like to help you discover the astonishing realm of possibility at a flagship research university where relationships matter. At UNH, there's a new opportunity around every corner. Apply by November 15, 2016 for the Spring 2017 semester.

 

Ready to Transfer? Choose Your Campus.

Transfer students from two- or four-year institutions and community colleges feel at home on both the main campus in Durham and our urban, non-residential campus in Manchester. Unique programs and experiences on both campuses lead to the same highly respected UNH degree. To speak with a member of the UNH admissions staff about transferring to either the main Durham campus, call 603-862-1360 or UNH Manchester, call 603-641-4150.

Transfer Info Sessions at Manchester

Transfer Info Sessions at Manchester

Join us for a Transfer Information Session on Thursday, November 10 or December 8 from 4:00 to 6:00 p.m. Learn about the admissions and financial aid process, and discover how easy it is to transfer to UNH Manchester. Interested in transferring for the Spring semester? Bring your official high school and college transcripts and fill out an admissions application while you're here.

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Transfer Student Fridays at Durham

Transfer Student Fridays at Durham

The Admissions Office will be hosting a series of Transfer Fridays beginning September 30 through November 4.  A Transfer Counselor will be available to meet with you to answer questions and review your unofficial college transcripts.  There is no appointment necessary.

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High Degrees of Well-being

A recent Gallup study shows that UNH graduates are 60% more likely than peers from other U.S. colleges to be thriving in every measure of well-being: financial, physical, social, community and purpose.

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High Degrees of Well-being

transfer student stories

Dan Bourke

Dan Bourke

Dan Bourke

Dan Bourke ’14, transferred to UNH as a junior, majored in business and now works as a project engineer in the construction industry. Dan says he wouldn’t be where he is today without UNH.

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Liz Graham

Liz Graham

Liz Graham

In a recent blog post, transfer student Liz Graham ’16 reflected on balancing school, work and life at UNH Manchester.

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Devon Hamilton

Devon Hamilton

Devon Hamilton

Devon Hamilton ’17 transferred to UNH as a sophomore. Read his recent blog post about things to do in Boston, which is a train ride away from the Durham Campus.

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Transfer to UNH in Four Easy Steps

Review UNH majors and requirements

Submit your application and transcripts

Explore housing options

Once admitted, check your transfer credits