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Road Map for New Graduate Students


Congratulations!
You've made a great decision by choosing to pursue graduate studies at the University of New Haven. We are committed to making the transition to UNH as easy as possible for you! This website will provide you with a step-by-step list of everything you need to do before classes begin. Watch the video at left and then get started with Step 1 below!
Many people are working hard behind the scenes to prepare for your arrival. There are several things we need you to complete before you can start classes. Start this process right here by reading these simple instructions.

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The University of New Haven's graduate school requires an enrollment commitment deposit that is a non-refundable down payment towards your first-semester tuition bill.

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Before you attend classes, please join us for Graduate Student Orientation. The event will provide you with everything you need to get started and be successful at the University of New Haven.

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In order to apply for financial aid, students MUST complete the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid). The school uses the FAFSA to determine a student's eligibility for federal financial aid.

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To complete your application and incoming student file, you need to submit your final, official transcript prior to the start of classes.

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Deadline: Prior to Registering for Classes

All UNH students must submit proof of some immunizations and other required health forms before they can attend classes.

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Read about your program, review the available courses and tracks you can take, speak with an advisor, and register for classes.

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At this time, we do not offer University sponsored housing for our graduate students, but we have some great off campus resources to help aid in your search for housing!

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Deadlines Vary by Term

New graduate students must pay their tuition bill with the Bursar's Office. You can also review information about optional UNH health insurance.

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All persons who will possess or operate a motor vehicle on the West Haven campus are required to display a valid UNH parking permit on the vehicle.

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You have the opportunity to submit a Campus Card ID photo rather than having one taken in the campus card office. Save time and choose your own photo!

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After you've requested a parking permit (and optionally submitted your ID photo), this step explains how to obtain the permit and Campus Card.

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Graduate Admissions and Graduate Student Services hold events for students throughout the year. You can get familiarized with your fellow students and the UNH community by attending our events.

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Completing the Road Map for New Graduate Students is just the beginning of your journey as a student at UNH. These important resources will help you succeed personally and in the classroom.

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