Registration advising appointments for Fall 2018 will begin on Tuesday, April 3 starting with juniors and seniors. You will need to schedule an appointment with an advisor through Wildcat Advising. These appointments are 15 minutes long and you must have all paperwork completed prior to your meeting time.
SENIORS: Tuesday, April 3 - Monday, April 16
JUNIORS: Tuesday, April 3 - Monday, April 16
SOPHOMORES: Tuesday, April 17 - Friday, April 27
FRESHMAN: Monday, April 9 - Wednesday, April 18 **Students meet with their Peer Advisors at assigned times.**
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Please fill out the following forms BEFORE your scheduled registration advising appointment.
UNH Registration Worksheet (2 copies required)
Major Specific Form (choose one):
UNH allows undergraduate students to register for up to 12 total credit hours. Because of the intensive nature of the 5-week session, Paul College Students are advised to only register for one major course. Permission will not be given for more than two major courses in a 5-week session. In addition, only one online major course may be taken per 5-week session. Based on current academic standing, individual students may be restricted to one major course per session.
Most Paul College summer courses have prerequisites and major restrictions, which are listed when you search the courses at courses.unh.edu. For permission students must contact the Undergraduate Programs and Advising Office (PaulCollege.firstname.lastname@example.org).
Summer Session Only students who want to take a major restricted course must contact the Undergraduate Programs and Advising Office (PaulCollege.email@example.com) to verify that they have met prerequisites.
No class or section will be taught if the enrollment does not meet minimum requirements at the end of the registration period.
Course Load Policy
Due to the intensive format of January Term, ALL students are limited to registering for one* course and a maximum of 4 credits.
*One Course Exception: Students may register for more than one course provided the courses DO NOT meet concurrently and the total credits DO NOT exceed the 4 credit maximum.