Undergraduate Applicants

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UNH uses the Common Application for student admissions, whether you are applying to our Durham campus or Manchester campus.

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First-Year Students

The University of New Hampshire conducts an individualized, holistic review of first-year applications for admission. Admission to UNH is competitive. A student's academic record, including program of study, class rigor, standing in their class, and achievement is of primary importance in assessing a student's potential for success at UNH.

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Transfer Students

Thank you for considering the University of New Hampshire. You are a transfer student if you have matriculated (enrolled in a degree program) at another college or accumulated more than 16 semester hours of college credit at any institution.

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International Students

Would you like to study in the United States? Consider UNH. A center of academic excellence and research, UNH offers you the opportunity to live in New England, one of the country's most beautiful regions.

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Military, Veterans & Non-Traditional Students

UNH welcomes applications for admission from military, veterans and non-traditional students. Non-traditional students are defined as those who are 24 years or older; a caregiver, financially independent; or somebody with an interrupted sequencing of education.

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