NHTI is a dynamic public institution of higher learning that provides accessible, rigorous education for students, businesses, and the community. We create pathways for lifelong learning, career advancement, and civic engagement, offering 80+ academic programs to 4,600+ students annually.
NHTI was opened in 1965 under the name New Hampshire Technical Institute with three engineering technology programs. In 2008, the name of the college was changed to NHTI – Concord’s Community College to honor our past and reflect our growth to a comprehensive community college.
NHTI is situated in south central New Hampshire in the capital city of Concord. The campus is located on 240 acres of fields and woods with frontage on the Merrimack River. It is an easy drive to the White Mountains, New Hampshire’s Lakes Region, the New England seacoast and metropolitan Boston.
NHTI is a member of the Community College System of New Hampshire and since 1969 has been accredited by the New England Commission of Higher Education, a nongovernmental, nationally recognized accrediting agency.
Why Choose NHTI?
- Affordability: We are among the state’s most affordable options in higher education.
- Easy Admissions: NHTI offers rolling admissions, meaning you can apply at any time for the next academic session.
- Program Variety: We offer daytime and evening courses that are conveniently and centrally located in Concord. We also offer online programs.
- Employment Opportunities: Our programs lead to employment in N.H.’s most high-demand careers such as health care, IT, and engineering technology.
- Transfers: We have degree-specific transfer agreements that give you the option to transfer to a 4-year college or university while saving thousands of dollars. We also offer Dual Admission to the University System of New Hampshire.
- Campus Life: We offer on-campus housing, 30+ student organizations, a dozen men’s and women’s intercollegiate athletic teams, and a thriving campus community.
NHTI Fast Facts
Average Annual Cost: $17,289
Cost includes tuition, living costs, books, and fees minus the average grants and scholarships for federal financial aid recipients.
|Two or more races||2%|
|Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander||1%|
Outcomes 8 Years After Attending
Most Highly Enrolled Programs
- Liberal Arts and General Studies – Associate degree
- Computer and Information Sciences – Certificate program
- Criminal Justice – Associate degree
- Computer Systems Networking and Telecommunications – Certificate program
- Allied Health Diagnostic, Intervention, and Treatment Professions – Associate degree
|182 beds (adjusted in 2020 from 380 beds in 2019 due to COVID-19 safety measures)|
|1:23 staff/student ratio (adjusted in 2020 from 1:20 in 2019 due to COVID-19 safety measures)|
|3 co-ed residence halls|
|2 mixed gender floors|
|116 programs offered by Residence Life (adjusted in 2020 from 354 programs/activities in 2019 due to COVID-19 safety measures)|
|Lowest college housing costs in the state!|