Congratulations on your acceptance into the Graduate School at UNH! We are looking forward to welcoming you to campus. Please use the resources on this page as you plan to begin your studies at UNH. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact the Graduate Admissions Office at 203-932-7440.
Confirm your Enrollment Plans
Fall 2013 Students: In order to secure your place in the class, please complete your enrollment survey to let us know about your enrollment plans. Registration for courses is now available. If you need assistance with registration, please indicate so on the survey and we will be happy to help you.
Accepted Students Day
The University held its Graduate Accepted Students Day on Monday, June 3rd. View the slides from each of the presentations from the day:
- Welcome and What to do next
- Financial Aid
For fall 2013 students, registration is now open on our Banner system. You will receive your login information via email from our Information Technology Department within 48 hours of your notification of acceptance. Course schedules for the fall 2013 trimester are available online now. Your account letter and email include your username and password for our Banner registration system. If you do not receive this information within four days of being admitted to the Graduate School, please contact us.
To access the Banner registration system, log into insideUNH and select the Banner Self Service (SSB) icon.
If you are unsure about which classes to select, please contact your academic advisor, whose information was provided on the second sheet of your acceptance packet.
If you have been accepted to an MBA, Industrial/Organizational Psychology, Engineering & Operations Management, or Health Care Administration cohort program, you do not need to register for your courses online, but you will need your login information in the future. For these cohort programs, UNH representatives help students register just once for the entire program. Please contact Mary Ann Lovin at email@example.com or 203.932.7387 if you have questions.
Textbooks required for your courses will be posted on the University's Campus Bookstore website in the coming months. To view your required books, please click on the "books" option in the menu and select the "textbooks" link. Select your term, course identifier (four letter code), course code (four digit code), and section number to review your textbooks.
Final TranscriptsIf you were admitted conditionally to the Graduate School, you need to submit your final, official transcript to the Graduate Admissions Office prior to the start of classes. This transcript will need to show that you completed the requirements for your bachelor's degree and were conferred a degree from your undergraduate institution. Please have your registrar's office send your final transcript to the Graduate Admissions Office, 300 Boston Post Road, West Haven, CT 06516. If you have any questions on this requirement, please contact us at 203-932-7440 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Financial aid is available for all of our graduate students in the form of student loans, most commonly federal Stafford loans, as well as graduate assistantship grants and awards. To qualify, all students must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and have it submitted to UNH as soon as possible. Our federal ID is 001397.
Graduate assistantship grants and awards are available to all full-time graduate students. Please visit www.newhaven.edu/assistantships for more information and to apply for a position.
Please visit the graduate financial aid page for more details.
According to Connecticut State Law, all students born on or after January 1, 1957 and entering an institution of higher education must show proof of having received immunizations for measles, mumps and rubella (German measles). Students will also need to provide information concerning Varicella (Chicken Pox).
Please complete and return the immunization form. Students who do not submit proof of immunization will be restricted from enrolling in courses. If you will be a full-time student, you must have a physical exam prior to entering school and complete the physical form. For full details, please consult the following pages:
At this time, the University does not provide housing on campus for graduate students. However, the University maintains a graduate housing resource page along with some limited listings provided by area landlords who regularly rent to our graduate students.
If you need assistance with finding housing in the area, please contact Meghan Rydzik, Assistant Director for Housing and Operations, at email@example.com or call 203-932-7076.
When You Arrive on Campus
Once you get to campus, you will need to:
- Obtain your campus ID card.
You can pick up your campus ID card in the Campus Card Office located in the UNH Campus Bookstore on the Main Campus.
- Pick up your parking permit.
If you will have a car while you are studying at UNH, you will need to obtain a campus parking permit. Parking permits can be picked up at the Campus Police Department after you have preregistered your car online at www.newhaven.edu/parking. To obtain your permit, you must present your campus ID and car registration to Campus Police.