“Residence” is being enrolled in University of New Hampshire courses after admission to and matriculation in a degree program. Students who are candidates for bachelor’s and associate degrees must attain the last one-fourth of their credits toward the degree in residence unless granted permission by the Academic Standards and Advising Committee to transfer part of this work from other accredited institutions.1
1College of Professional Studies-Online students: academic residency begins on the date of application to a degree program. Prior Granite State College credits earned as a non-degree student will apply to the residency requirements if the credit is applicable to the student’s approved plan of study. For an Associate Degree, residency is 16 credits. For a Bachelor’s Degree, residency is 30 credits. A student who has completed a Granite State College Associate Degree must earn an additional 14 credits in residence in the Bachelor’s program.