June Transfer Orientation

Your transition to the University of New Hampshire begins with your required academic advising meeting where you select your fall classes.

See below for details about your college/school advising orientation.

Sign up here, beginning in early May.

Note: College of Liberal Arts Undeclared transfers should not sign up for a transfer advising session. You need to make a one-on-one advising appointment after May 13th by calling the University Advising and Career Center at 603 862 2064.

June transfer advising orientation does not include a program for parents. 

When you come for advising, you may also obtain an UNH photo ID and IT ID (e-mail address and internet access); learn about UNH’s meal plans; and visit UNH’s Commuter Services Office in rm 122 Memorial Union.

Students with a disability, which may affect participation, and in need of accommodations, should contact UNH's Disability Services for Students (603-862-2607).

Directions to Campus

Campus Map

Preparing for your Transfer Advising Meeting

Transfer Orientations 

College of Engineering and Physical Sciences (CEPS)- June 25

College of Health and Human Services (CHHS)- June 25

College of Liberal Arts (COLA)- June 25

College of Life Sciences and Agriculture (COLSA)- June 25

Paul College of Business and Economics (Paul)- May 28-29

Thompson School of Applied Science (TSAS)- June 5

 

Preparing For Your Transfer Advising Meeting

Follow these simple steps to prepare for your meeting:

1. Review the requirements in the University catalog for the program to which you have been admitted:

College of Engineering and Physical Sciences (CEPS)

College of Health and Human Services (CHHS)

College of Liberal Arts (COLA)

College of Life Sciences and Agriculture (COLSA)

Paul College of Business and Economics (Paul)

Thompson School of Applied Science (TSAS)

 

2. If you are transferring credits to UNH, review your UNH Admissions credit evaluation form. It will indicate which, if any, courses, you have completed that meet University (check your catalog of entry) and Writing requirements as well as the total credits from you previous college that you may apply to your UNH degree. Paul College students note: Make sure that you have the syllabi for any previously taken business-related courses.

3. Review university degree requirements. Identify categories where you will need to take courses. Check the undergraduate catalog for the year, which pertains to you, for courses. to see what is available.

4. Review the University Writing Requirement
Check Writing Intensive University Writing Courses ("WI") courses that interest you.

5. In mid-May, check the list of fall courses open to transfer students and review course descriptions.

6. Select courses and several alternatives. UNH baccalaureate students typically take four courses (16 credits); Thompson School students take four or more courses (16 credits). Not all courses may be open to you, but you will have an opportunity to those courses in following semesters.

7. Attend your college/school transfer advising session. You must register online to attend.