Undergraduate tuition bills are generated twice a year, in mid-July for the fall semester, and in mid-December for the spring semester. Monthly billing statements are also created if balances exist. Billing for graduate and law students begins approximately one month before the start of classes.
Bills are no longer sent through the mail — they are posted to students' individual Webcat accounts, and emails are sent notifying students when new bills have been posted. Students have the option of setting up Parent Portal accounts for parents and others to access their accounts and receive billing emails when new bills have been posted.
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
Adjustments to tuition bills may be made through the Account Change Form. Click on the following link to add or change a meal plan (Student credentials must be used for the meal plan system - Parent Portal logins will not work for this purpose.)
All bills are due upon receipt except where noted. Non-payment can result in late fees and may result in students being disenrolled from classes. Late fees are based on the amount of the outstanding balance - 5% of the billed amount or $250 (whichever is lower).
With the exception of financial aid, payments are applied to the oldest charge first.