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 and NH Senior Citizen tuition waivers also accepted.
UNH Degree Students
If you are enrolled in a UNH degree program and you are registering for January Term your tuition and fees will appear on your bill. Late fees will be assessed if payment is not made by the due date. You must drop January Term courses by January 2 to avoid tuition and fee liability and additional late fees. Failure to attend or to participate in a class does not constitute an official drop. Tuition charges can be viewed on the Registration Fee Assessment page.
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 Business Services: detailed payment deadlines and late fees.
UNH Non-Degree Students
If you are not enrolled in a UNH degree program and you are registering for January Term or Spring semester you must pay at the time of registration or your class(es) will be dropped.
Payment is required at the time of registration.
UNH benefits-eligible employees should submit their January Term tuition waiver requests through WISE before registering for class. Follow the Step-by-Step guide to learn more about how to submit your waiver.
If you need further assistance or have questions about your USNH Tuition Benefit eligibility please contact the Tuition Benefit administrator for your campus. For UNH Durham, please call Christina VanHorn at (603)862-0519; for UNH Manchester, please call Stacey Silva at (603)641-4166.
NH Senior Citizen Tuition Waiver policy information.