Transfer Student Orientation

Transfer Student Orientation
Student arriving with family

 

 

 


Transfer Student Orientation
 

All incoming transfer students are expected to attend the 1-day Orientation session specific to their college. 

Check-in runs from 8:00am - 9:00am, with the first program beginning at 9:15am. The day ends with the Become the Roar tradition at 5:00pm (June 7) and 5:30pm (June 21 & 30).

One-Day Orientation
Tuesday, June 7 (Non-COLA Transfer Students)
Thursday, June 30 (COLA Transfer Students)

Preparing for Your Transfer Orientation

1) Review the Requirements

Review the requirements in the university catalog for the program to which you have been admitted:

2) Transferring Credits

If you are transferring credits to UNH, review your UNH Admissions credit evaluation form.

  • It will indicate which courses, if any, you have completed that meet university (please see #1) and writing requirements, as well as the total credits from your previous college that you may apply to your UNH degree.
  • Paul College students note: Make sure you have the syllabi for any previously taken business-related courses.

Transfer Credit Database

The Transfer Credit Database is an interactive application that allows students to view how courses at other institutions have transferred into the University of New Hampshire. The information provided in the Transfer Credit Database is constantly being updated and does not substitute for an official evaluation of transfer credit by the Office of the Registrar or the Office of Admissions.

The Transfer Credit Database is not a substitute to the transfer credit prior approval process.

3) Review University Degree Requirements

  • Identify categories where you will need to take courses.
  • Check the undergraduate catalog (please see #1) for the year which pertains to you for courses to see what is available.
  • Review the University Writing Requirement.

4) Review Courses

Before your transfer advising session, review fall course descriptions.

5) Select Courses and Alternates

  • UNH baccalaureate students typically take four courses (16 credits).
  • Thompson School students take four or more courses (16 credits).
  • Not all courses may be open to you, but you will have an opportunity to take those courses in following semesters.

6) Review Next Steps

Review the new student checklist for other next steps you should complete before the fall.