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Fall 2014 Student Checklist

Undergraduate Fall Bill Payment     

New incoming first year students bills will be due July 8, 2014 and returning undergraduate student bills will be due August 7, 2014. Bills must be paid by the outlined due date to avoid any late payment fees and administrative holds on your account. 


New and returning graduate student bills will be due September 5, 2014. Bills must be paid by the outlined due date to avoid any late payment fees and administrative holds on your account. 

Tuition Management Systems (TMS)

The TMS Monthly Payment Option is an interest-free alternative to lump-sum payments that are due at bill time. This option allows you to spread out your payments over a period of months and can limit the amount of loan money you may need to borrow to meet the cost of education. As an added feature, the plan includes a life insurance policy for the person who is responsible for paying the monthly payments.

The enrollment fee is $70 for a ten (10) payment plan and $50 for a five (5) or four (4) payment plan. There are 2 different ways to enroll:

(1) Go to and enroll online
(2) Call 1-800-262-9201 to enroll by phone

Enrollment for the Fall term should be in place by August 7, 2014.

Student Health Insurance

All full time undergraduate students and all full time international graduate students must have health insurance and will be charged for the UNH student health insurance plan. If you already have health insurance and wish to waive the UNH coverage you must do so by September 5, 2014.

Waivers can be processed here:


If you would like to purchase optional tuition insurance you must do so by August 25, 2014.

For more information please visit:

Financial Aid                

Complete all financial aid paperwork prior to the start of your Fall semester.

For more information on financial aid please click here.


Students should monitor their student ePay account regularly by logging in through insideUNH and selecting the ePay icon. Through ePay, you can access your tuition statement, view account activity and make a payment in a secure environment. Students should set up their parent/guardian as an authorized user on their ePay account by logging in and selecting “Authorize Payers”. As an authorized user, parents/guardians will receive an email notification when there is a new bill available for viewing, and be allowed access to their student’s tuition statement, account activity, and online bill pay functions.

UNH E-mail

Check your UNH student e-mail account frequently for e-mails from the Bursar’s Office and Financial Aid Office regarding billing, refunds checks, adjustments to financial aid and other important information.