Been admitted? Here are the next steps:

1. Accept your offer

Congratulations on being accepted to the University of New Brunswick!

Your next step is to confirm that you will be attending UNB by paying your admission deposit. The $100 deposit (Nursing admission deposit is $250 and Education is $300) will be credited to your account when you begin your studies in the fall. The deadline for you to confirm your offer of admission is May 15.

If you confirm by April 16, 2018, you will be put in the draw for 1 of 2 $2500 tuition credits! 

Accept your offer to UNB Fredericton

Accept your offer to UNB Saint John

2. Apply for residence

Fredericton students: you can apply online. Once you've been accepted, you will receive instructions on how to activate your IT services. After activating your IT services, you can log into your eServices, click on the "Residence" tab and apply to residence. You will need to submit your $500 residence deposit. Complete the application before May 15 to be considered for your preferred residence. 

Saint John students: you can apply online. Once you have been admitted to residence, you will need to submit a $500 residence deposit. New students are provided rooms on a first-come, first-serve basis, so apply early!

3. Apply for scholarships

The deadline to apply is March 1.

4. Get to know your future friends

Join the Facebook Groups for new incoming students and connect with your peers, ask questions, and stay up to date with orientation events. 

Fredericton campus

Saint John campus

5. Join us at a recruitment event

We'll be travelling across the country this year talking to future UNB students and we would love to meet you. 

6. Stay connected

Stay-up-to-date with what's going on at campus as well as important deadlines and fun contests.

Facebook.com/DiscoverUNB
Twitter.com/DiscoverUNB
Instagram.com/DiscoverUNB
Snapchat: universityofnb

7. Get ready for orientation

Learn more about your first week at UNB and how you can transition successfully to university.

Fredericton orientation                         Saint John orientation