Fall and Spring
Individuals not enrolled in a degree program may register for a maximum of 11 credits in the fall or spring.
Individuals who are not enrolled in a UNH degree program must receive permission from the Office of Admissions to register for 12 or more undergraduate credits in the fall or spring. Students approved to enroll in 12 or more credits pay full-time undergraduate tuition and fees at the time of registration.
Students NOT enrolled in a UNH degree program are not required to receive special permission to exceed the 11 credit limit during the summer.
Students ENROLLED in a UNH degree program are limited to 12 credits in the summer. Dean's permission is required to exceed that credit limit.
Due to the intensive format of January Term, ALL students are limited to registering for one* course and a maximum of 4 credits. *One Course Exception: Students may register for more than one course provided the courses DO NOT meet concurrently and the total credits DO NOT exceed the 4 credit maximum.
To take a course for credit (that is, for a grade) you do not need to apply for admission. UNH does require students registering for Undergraduate courses (numbered 200-799) to meet several eligibility requirements.
A high school diploma or equivalent (GED).
Demonstrated successful academic performance.
Successful completion of all course prerequisites.
Not currently under disciplinary sanctions from UNH/UNH-M, another college or university, or court-ordered probation or other sanctions.
*The University reserves the right to restrict registration to those who cannot demonstrate the completion of the above requirements and to bar registration or withdraw a student who upon request fails to provide proper documentation or who demonstrates unacceptable performance once enrolled.
A number of Continuing Education students intend to complete their undergraduate degree at UNH. More information about programs and admission is available from the Office of Admissions.
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Registrations are processed by the Office of the Registrar.
Business hours are Monday-Friday, 8:00 am - 4:30 pm, except holidays.
Payment is due at the time of registration.
Office of the Registrar, Stoke Hall Room 180, 11 Garrison Avenue, Durham, NH 03824-3511
(603) 862-2015, or 1-800-313-5327.
Required: course reference number (crn), course title, credit card information, address, phone, and identification information.
MyUNH account holders register online. If you have taken a class since January 2005, use existing username and password.
Login help: UNH IT Service Desk (603) 862-4242.
Note: New and students prior to January 2005, must register by phone or in person to be issued a MyUNH account for use in subsequent registrations.
Step by Step:
1. Go to MyUNH, and login.
2. Select WEBCAT and login.
3. Select Registration.
4. Select Add/Drop Courses.
5. Select a Term from drop down and Submit.
6. Enter CRNs (the five digit course reference number) for the courses at the bottom of the page, or select Class Search to find classes which are open.
7. Select Submit Changes.
8. Select Complete when finished.
9. Submit payment as directed online.
10. For a printout of your schedule; choose Printable Schedule.
Type in the date for the first full week of classes.
Students register in-person at the Registrar’s Office in Stoke Hall. Registration begins on the first day of non-degree registration each semester. Complete the following steps prior to registering:
* Certain credit-bearing courses offered at UNH but administered by other institutions – such as Isles of Shoals and Library Science courses – are not covered by the tuition waiver.
Tuition and Fees
Rates are available at the Business Services website: unh.edu/business-services/continuingedtuition
All non-degree students who register for credit courses are subject to mandatory registration, student services, technology and any special course fees.
NH senior citizen tuition waiver
New Hampshire residents who are age 65 or older and are not enrolled in a degree program are eligible to take a maximum of two credit-bearing courses* per fiscal year (Summer Session/Fall/January Term/Spring) tuition-free. Students are responsible for all other costs of attendance, including fees. See registration section for instructions about how to register.
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