The information provided below is for undergraduate students. Federal law requires a financial aid office to disclose the following information to families. If you should have any questions about the following information, you may contact a staff member in the Office of Financial Aid, 203-932-7315 or email@example.com.
Information regarding the Family Educational Rights & Privacy Act (FERPA)
Financial Aid Information:
Information regarding University Costs
Information regarding Financial Aid Cost of Attendance
Description of Financial Aid programs (need based and non need based)
Terms and conditions under which students receive federal loans - Direct loans and Perkins loans
Information regarding need based & non need based state, local, school programs and private aid that is available at UNH
Information regarding the university's non need based merit awards
Information regarding the university's transfer student non need based merit awards
Information regarding the Financial Aid application process
Information regarding how Financial Aid eligibility is determined
Information regarding how UNH distributes financial aid among students
Terms and conditions of Employment that is part of the UNH Financial Aid package
Information regarding the terms of, schedules for and the necessity of loan repayment
Before borrowing from a federal student loan program, students must complete Loan Entrance Counseling so the student is informed of their rights and responsibilities in being a student loan borrower. Loan Entrance Counseling for the federal Direct student loans must be completed at the federal student loans website.
Loan counseling for the federal Perkins loan must be completed. Please contact the Financial Aid Office for more information.
Loan Exit Counseling is a requirement for any student, who borrowed a federal Direct or Stafford student loan or federal Perkins loan, that graduates, is no longer enrolled, or drops below a half-time status. Loan Exit Counseling for Direct loans or federal Stafford loans must be completed at the National Student Loan Data System website. The University of New Haven is the lender for the Perkins Loan. Repayment information will be forwarded to students from our loan servicer, Campus Partners. Students who have borrowed the Perkins Loan while attending the university will be contacted by Linda Heil in the Bursar's Office to complete their Loan Exit Counseling in person
Information regarding the terms & conditions under which students receiving federal Direct loans may obtain a deferment
Statement of the requirements for return of Federal Student Aid funds when a student withdraws from the University
Information regarding the University Refund Policy
The requirements for officially withdrawing from the university are as follows: Undergraduate students desiring to withdraw from the University must complete a Withdrawal form (available online, in the Office of Academic Services, and in the Registrar's Office), submit it to the Office of Academic Services or the Registrar's Office, and notify each of their instructors. It is the student's obligation to complete this formal procedure. Failure to do so leaves the student liable for all of the current semester's tuition and fees and may result in grades of F being assigned in courses.
Academic Programs & Student Attainment Information:
Information regarding UNH's accreditation and the current reaccreditation information.
Information regarding the special facilities and services available to disabled students at UNH
Information regarding the degree programs offered at UNH
Information regarding the certificate programs offered at UNH
Information regarding the instructional, laboratory, and other physical plant facilities associated with the academic programs at UNH
A list of the UNH faculty and other instructional personnel
UNH's Facilities, Services, & Campus Policies Information:
UNH's missing persons procedures & the student's option to designate a contact person
Information regarding UNH's emergency response & evacuation procedures to reach students & staff
Information regarding UNH's fire safety report
Information regarding UNH's crime notifications
UNH's policy regarding vaccinations required for full-time students
UNH's policy regarding vaccinations required for part-time students