Student Resources

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Welcome to the Student Resources webpage for the University New Hampshire Graduate School. Below you will find a checklist of important first steps for new students, followed by links to separate pages for resources at each of our campuses: UNH Durham, UNH Manchester, UNH Concord, and UNH Online. If you are looking for information related to our professional development programming, community events, or counseling services, please visit the Career, Professional, and Community Development webpages. If you are looking for information related to graduation, including information about thesis/dissertation submission, please visit the Graduation Resources webpage.

New Students & Postdocs

New Student Checklist

Click on your campus below to find information on fundamental resources relating to campus access, fees, technology and more. Both new and current students will find relevant information on these pages. 
Campus-Specific Resources:
Durham | Manchester | Concord | Online

Current Students & Postdocs

Career, Professional, and Community Development

All UNH Graduate School Students and Postdocs should familiarize themselves with the Career, Professional, and Community Development webpages. There you will find programming and resources relating to Careers and Networking, Writing and Research, Community and Student Organizations, Mentorship, and Well-Being.

New Student Checklist

  • Step 1: Accept your Offer of Admission  
  • Step 2: Claim and Activate your UNH Accounts  
    • If you are new to UNH, you may need to claim your UNH account and username. An email with the subject "Welcome to the Wildcat Family!" will be sent after you are admitted with your USNH username (usually a combination of letters and numbers). Instructions will be included in that email on how to claim the account by Please email if you do not receive the email after admission.
  • Step 3: Log into your UNH Wildcat Email  
  • Step 4: Contact your academic department about advising and orientation  
    • Your department’s coordinator or your academic advisor will provide you with specific information on the orientation process. Your advisor will be listed on your offer of admission. If you do not have contact information, look on your department’s webpage or email
  • Step 5: Visit the resources page for your campus  
    • To find information on registering for classes, obtaining your UNH Student ID Card, parking and public transportation, health insurance, and much more, visit the student resources page for the UNH campus you will be joining (Durham, Manchester, Concord, or Online). These pages can be found below.   



Campus-Specific Resources

Durham campus


Durham Student Resources

Manchester campus


Manchester Student Resources



Concord Student Resources

Online campus


Online Student Resources