Fall bills are posted to student Webcat accounts in mid-July and are due in early August. Spring semester bills are posted in mid-November and are due in early December. Payments must be received by published due dates.
Tuition for Durham undergrads is billed based on full-time registration (12-20 credits). Students who intend to be part-time should contact Business Services so that their bills can be adjusted. Once the semester add/drop periods have ended, tuition will be assessed based on actual registration and any outstanding adjustments will be made at that time.
Students who register for fewer than 12 credits will be charged per credit hour. A $20 registration fee will also be added for part-time students.
Courses taken for audit are charged at the same rate as for-credit courses.
Students who register for more than 20 credit hours will be charged per credit hour for each credit over 20. The charges will be calculated at the student's current semester tuition rate. However, undergraduate students who register for more than 20 credit hours will not be billed an overload charge for auditing courses.
New undergraduate students are charged a one-time $350 administration fee which supports first-year initiatives, university transcripts, transfer student programming and related undergraduate initiatives to support new students' transition and success.
Some courses carry special fees to cover the cost of labs/studios, special equipment, materials and/or field trips. These fees are noted in the course descriptions.
Full-time UNH students are required to have adequate health insurance as a condition of enrollment. A charge for the UNH student health benefits plan will appear on full-time student accounts. Students presenting proof of adequate coverage from another insurance carrier may waive the UNH plan. Students with F1 or J1 visas are required to use the UNH plan. For information on the UNH Student Health Benefits Plan see Health Insurance.