January Term 2013 Tuition and Fees

Undergraduate Courses: (Numbered 200-799)

1–4 credits:

Graduate Courses: (Numbered 800-999)

1–4 credits:

Mandatory Fees

January Term Courses and The GI Bill(s)

All GI Bills:

Break pay was eliminated from all GI Bills as of August 1, 2011. Consequently, if you are not enrolled in a January term course you will stop receiving benefits on December 15, 2012 at the end of the Fall Semester, and benefits will start again on January 22, 2013 when the Spring Semester begins. Enrolling in a January Term class will use additional benefits and reduce (but not eliminate) the break. During January Term, 1 credit is considered half time and 2 or more credits are considered full time.

You MUST submit a Request for Certification, available on the UNH Veterans website, if you would like to be certified for benefits. If you do not, we will assume you do not want to be certified.

Chapter 33 Students:

BAH is prorated based on enrollment, and online classes are paid at a different rate than traditional classes. The current distance BAH rate is $684/month, and the current in-person class BAH rate is $1449 at UNH Durham. January term online classes will entitle you to online BAH from December 27, 2012 to January 18, 2013. January term in-person classes will entitle you to in-person BAH from January 2, 2013 to January 18, 2013. Your normal BAH will start back up on the 22th of January when Spring Semester 2013 begins. You must enroll in at least two credits to receive any BAH during the January term.

Tuition, fees, and book money (if you haven’t already reached your cap) are paid like normal for January Term enrollment.

Payment Methods

Cash, check, credit card, TMS payment plans, graduate assistantships (full year or spring) or financial aid credit from fall or spring semester accepted. Employee/dependent tuition waivers also accepted.

UNH Degree Students
No payment required at time of registration prior to December 6. January Term charges will be applied to your account on November 9. Payment is due by December 6 or you will be automatically dropped from the course.
Financial aid may be used if you have a credit from fall or spring packages. If you use a portion of your spring semester financial aid package and subsequently do not enroll in the spring semester, you are liable for any January Term course charges.
Students currently enrolled in the spring TMS payment plan may add January Term charges to their accounts. Students must contact TMS to increase their monthly budget payment.

UNH Non-Degree Students
Payment is required at the time of registration.

Non-UNH/New Students
Payment is required at the time of registration.