Enrolling in One or a Few Courses at NHTI Is Easy
Many students begin their studies at NHTI as non-matriculated students taking just one course. It is a good way to see if you are interested in a particular field, or you may just need a course or two to transfer to another college. Go ahead and give it a try!
You do not have to apply for admissions to NHTI to take a one or a few courses.
1. Find Your Course(s)
To see what courses are currently being offered at NHTI, check out the Course Schedules page and choose from the terms listed. Each term offers a wide variety of courses (including traditional, remote, hybrid, and online) happening throughout the day and evening hours.
There are four different ways to register for single courses:
*First-time students: You should meet with your academic advisor prior to registering online. Online registration is only available for matriculated students.
|By Email:||Complete the Registration Form and email it to NHTIregistrar@ccsnh.edu.|
Complete the Registration Form and fax to the Registrar’s Office at 603-230-4014.
*Registration by phone requires payment in full with a credit card.
|By Mail:||Complete and mail the Registration Form to the Registrar’s Office. (Address on form)|
No placement testing is needed, but you may need to submit high school transcripts, SAT, or other previous test scores for course placement.
Non-matriculated students are not eligible to apply for financial aid. To be considered for admission to an academic program, contact the Admissions Office at 603-230-4011 or NHTIadmissions@ccsnh.edu .
Check with an Advisor
Non-matriculated students have to meet the same course prerequisites, complete the same course requirements, and follow the same college and course rules, policies, and procedures as other students. If you are considering registering as non-matriculated student, you are strongly urged to consult with an academic advisor prior to enrolling in any course.
Your academic advisor will assist in evaluating your readiness for any course(s) in which you’re interested. In some cases, the advisor may recommend you work with the Academic Center for Excellence (ACE) to take one or more of NHTI’s assessment tests, or that you consult with the department chair responsible for the course in question (especially in situations involving evaluation of relevant work experience).
NHTI’s content and teaching methods are consistent with the assumption that registered students are adult learners. Classroom discussions, as well as content material presented, assume an adult level of maturity, attitude, and experience in addition to appropriate academic preparation. Questions of age-appropriateness should be resolved in consultation with the academic department chair and faculty responsible for the course. Academic advisors may be reached at 603-230-4021.