Spring 2016 Term: January 19 - May 11
REGISTRATION FOR GRADUATE STUDENTS FOR SPRING 2016 BEGINS NOVEMBER 2.
||New Year's Day||Friday, Jan 1
||Tuesday, Jan 19|
||Tuesday, Jan 26|
|Saturday, Jan 16|
|Martin Luther King Day
|Monday, Jan 18|
|March||Spring Break||Sunday, Mar 13 - Sunday Mar 20|
|April||Graduation Appl deadline-August||Friday, April 15|
|May||Reading Days (no classes)||Tues/Wed, May 3, 4.|
|Exams||Thurs, May 5 - Wed, May 11|
|Term End||Wednesday, May 11|
|Commencement||Sunday, May 15|
|June||Graduation Appl deadline-January||Wednesday, June 15|
Spring 2016 REGISTRATION INFORMATION General Information
Online registration is offered through the Banner Self Service System. If you are a current student, you should have received a letter informing you of your Student ID, login, password, and university email address. Newly accepted students will receive the same information once the acceptance process has been completed. This will enable you to access your UNH email, the Blackboard Learning System, and Banner Self Service.
To log on to Banner, go to insideunh.newhaven.edu and select the Banner Self Service icon (SSB)
Support is available M-F 8:30 AM to 12:00 PM and 1:00 PM to 4:30 PM in the Student Support Office in Campus Bookstore. For help or more information you can call 203.932.8324 or email firstname.lastname@example.orgRegistration
UNH is pleased to offer e-Pay, an electronic billing and payment system. With e-Pay, you will be notified via your UNH email account that your latest tuition bill is available. In addition to viewing your latest statement, you will be able to review prior statements, make payments, authorize someone else to view and pay your account, and obtain an up-to-the-minute summary of your account.
Questions concerning course selection should be discussed with your program advisor prior to registration. Program coordinators may grant waivers and/or transfer credit for graduate courses, based on undergraduate and/or graduate work completed. Students should not register for courses for which they expect waivers or transfer credit. Refunds will not be allowed for courses taken and subsequently waived. Students should follow waiver guidelines available from the various departments.
Note: Students should consult the Graduate Catalog course descriptions to be sure that they have met all prerequisites before registering.
Register online using self-service registration. You may have an enrollment hold which will prevent you from registering if any of the following apply:
- You have an outstanding balance on you tuition account. Contact the Bursar's Office at 203.932.7217.
- You are not in compliance with Connecticut state law regarding measles/rubella immunization. Contact the Health Services Office at 203.932.7079.
- You are an in-process student. Contact the Graduate Admissions Office at 203.932.7135.
- You are on academic probation. Contact the Registrar's Office at 203.932.7309.
Newly accepted students will receive a letter informing them of their student ID, login, password, and university email address. Please follow registration directions under the general information heading on this page.
New students who have not completed the application process or who have applied too late for an admission decision may, in some programs, register for the upcoming term as in-process students. Please contact the Graduate Admissions Office at 203.932.7448 or 203.932.7449 for registration information. Prospective students in this status are required to have earned an undergraduate degree and must submit an application form, the application fee, and a copy of their undergraduate transcript prior to or at the time of registration.
Students who register as in-process students are advised that a decision regarding acceptance into a degree program will be delayed until all application materials and credentials have been received by the Graduate Admissions Office. Permission to register as an in-process student does not guarantee admission to the graduate school. No late fee is assessed for new students.