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Commuter Students: Order Parking Permit and Review Important Information


Commuter Students: Order Parking Permit and Review Important Information

Make Plans to Attend Charge In (August 21) and Welcome Week

All commuter students should plan to attend Charge In (opening day) on Thursday, August 21. Charge In will feature informational booths, lunch, the Class of 2018 photograph and much more!

Welcome Week consists of jam-packed days with a variety of events and fun activities open to all UNH students. Welcome Week for Fall 2014 starts on Thursday, August 21 and will conclude on Monday, September 1. The first day of classes is Monday, August 25.

The schedule for the day is currently being determined and will be posted later in the spring. For more information, visit our Charge In page or our Welcome Week page.

Order Your Parking Permit (August 11)

All persons who possess or operate a motor vehicle on a UNH campus are required to display a valid UNH parking permit on the vehicle. Registration for parking permits will be available beginning August 11. Please take time to review our parking rules and regulations by visiting our Parking page. The page also contains a link to the parking permit registration form.

What do I need to do to complete Step 14?
  • Mark your calendars for August 21 and plan to attend Opening Day.
  • Register your vehicle for a UNH parking pass after August 11. Visit for details and the registration link.
  • Once you have followed the instructions above, click the green sign below to advance to Step 15.
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  1. Questions?

    If you have questions about Charge In, Welcome Week, or Student Activities as they relate to commuter students, please contact the Office of Student Activities at 203.479.4582 or

    If you have questions about your parking permit, AFTER August 11, please contact the UNH Police Department's non-emergency number at 203-932-7013.

  1. Need Your Login Info?

    If you are unable to locate your student login and password, or if you're having trouble logging in, please email (note: your password is NOT your birthdate).
  2. Not ready to complete this step?

    You may skip ahead using the navigation in the box, or go back to the Road Map.