Re-enroll in 3 Simple Steps

NHTI offers rolling enrollment, which means you’re always in time to enroll for next semester. Explore your possibilities!

Not sure what program to choose? Review the programs of study or email an admissions counselor at [email protected]

Follow the steps below, and download the Enrollment Checklist for easy reference.

When applying for readmission, you will have to meet your chosen program’s entrance requirements and be able to follow the curriculum published in the current course catalog.

Any common courses from your previous NHTI experience will be carried forward, and every attempt will be made to make appropriate substitutions when previous courses have been replaced with updated ones. To approve a substitution, your department chair will make a recommendation to the vice president of academic affairs, who will make the final decision.

Readmission to the Allied Health programs is based on clinical site availability and the recommendation of the department. Contact the department chair regarding the specific departmental readmission policy.

You’ve most likely been declared inactive, but that’s okay! Simply apply for readmission and make sure you meet current entrance requirements for the program. Your application materials such as transcripts typically remain on file for 3 years; if you attended more than 3 years ago, you may need to resubmit your academic documents.

1. Apply for Admission

Great news: There is no application fee! If you fill out the online application, click “First time user account creation” and follow the instructions. Otherwise, you can download our application, fill it out, and return it to [email protected].

2. Apply for Financial Aid

NHTI participates in all forms of federal financial aid; if you are planning on applying for financial aid, you should fill out your FAFSA at the same time you are applying for admission. Take a few moments to review these sites:

3. Register for Courses

Your academic advisor will help you registered for courses and introduce you to the Student Information System, which gives you full access to online information such test dates, assignments, and grades.

You may need to take a placement test for a particular course; these can often be waived based on your high school GPA, transfer credits, or standardized test scores such as SAT and ACT. Have you earned AP Exam credits? You may be able to apply them!

What's Next?

Apply for Housing

Looking for the full college experience? Live on campus in one of our 3 residence halls. There are a lot of options, like mixed-gender and CHILL communities. Check out Residence Life to learn more and apply for on-campus housing.

Plan Your Payment

Tuition is due 2 weeks before you start classes – the Bursar’s office can help you sort through all the options, including payment plans, scholarships, and how financial aid impacts your bill. 

Visit Campus

At NHTI, we aim to make your transition here easy. Sign up for an orientation, which typically runs from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Bring a friend or your parents; we’ll show you around and answer all your questions. 

File Health Documents

If you’re a student athlete, an Allied Health student, or planning to live on campus, Health Services needs a record of your health history. Download the form and instructions on the Health Services page.

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Contact Us:

Admissions Office
Phone: 603-230-4011
[email protected]
Hours: Monday-Thursday, 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.; Friday, 8 a.m.-4 p.m.