Attend the International Graduate Students Orientation and Registration (IGOR) program on Wednesday, Jan. 2nd, 2013 at 8:30 in the morning. IGOR will be held at the Alumni Lounge in Bartels Hall. Attending IGOR is mandatory for ALL new international students.
Meet with your academic advisor for proper class selection and registration on Wednesday Jan 2, 2013. in Bartels Hall. Please remember to bring your acceptance letter 1+2 when you meet your advisor. Also remember to bring your immigration documents including your passport, visa, I-94 card and all previous I-20's, including original I-20 and dependents I-20's (or DS-2019).
All new students must pay their first trimester charges of $7760 in full on Wednesday, Jan, 2, 2013. The $7760 amount covers the first trimester tuition for 9 credits (3courses), fee and health insurance. International students who have received partial scholarships must pay the remaining costs that are not covered by their scholarships on Wednesday, Jan. 2, 2013. NO payment plans are available for new international students. Payments can be made by cash, bank draft, money order, travelers' checks or credit card at the time of registration. Wire transfers are also accepted. Please contact the international graduate office for more information on wire transfer details.
You will be given your registration login information which will enable you to register for your classes online using the Matrix registration system and obtain your class schedule. a UNH ID card.
Go to Health Services to submit your Health Examination Report. You and your doctor must complete this report in your home country. Your Health Report was sent to you along with your I-20 form. Do NOT send us this report prior to your arrival, instead, complete it with your doctor in your home country and bring it with you. Failure to submit this report will delay your class registration and will prevent you from attending your classes on time. The UNH Health Insurance is mandatory for all international students and will not be waived. If you purchase your own health insurance from your country, you will still be required to pay the UNH Health Insurance fee. Don't purchase your own health insurance plan unless you wish to have secondary coverage. Most overseas insurances don't work in the U.S.A.
Go to the Campus Card Office located at the Campus Bookstore to obtain your UNH Identification Card. Once you've completed all the above mentioned steps, you will be given clearance to start your Winter 2013 classes.