We’re here to help you succeed and achieve your educational and career goals. You can do this through enrollment in one of our 90+ degree and certificate programs and our simple enrollment and registration process.
These guidelines will help you determine what additional information you may need to provide for enrollment.
Many programs at NHTI have high school-level prerequisites, are competitive, or have other admissions requirements. For admission to these programs, you’ll need official transcripts forwarded to NHTI by any secondary and post-secondary institutions you’ve attended. Refer to the program’s page to determine these requirements.
Application materials should be sent to:
NHTI – Concord’s Community College
ATTN: Admissions Office
31 College Drive
Concord, NH 03301-7412
You can also email them to NHTIadmisions@ccsnh.edu.
We highly recommend having your official high school transcript, diploma, or equivalent (GED or HiSET) documentation submitted; they may be used for advising or to waive placement testing.
If you applied and were accepted to NHTI prior to April 11, 2020, and did not have an official high school transcript submitted, you may be requested to complete a High School Self-Certification form to certify that you have received (or will receive) a high school diploma, GED, or HiSET by the start of the semester for which you’ve applied.
Documentation of your completion of high school (or an equivalent) may be required to receive federal financial aid.
While we offer rolling admissions for most programs, our competitive Allied Health programs have specific application deadlines. Beginning in 2021, these deadlines are as follows:
- Radiologic Technology: Jan. 8, 2021
- Diagnostic Medical Sonography: Jan. 8, 2021
- Dental Hygiene: Jan. 22, 2021
- Dental Assisting: March 5, 2021
- Nursing: Jan. 22, 2021
- LPN-RN Completion: March 5, 2021
- Radiation Therapy: March 5, 2021
- Orthopaedic Technology: March 5, 2021
Specific Admission Requirements
Many associate degree and certificate programs have additional requirements listed on their academic program pages. You’re responsible for knowing the requirements, deadlines, and necessary documentation for admissions. These may include:
- Prerequisite courses with grades of a “C” or better
- Entrance examinations
- A personal interview
If you do not meet the requirements for your program, you may still be offered admission to either the Liberal Arts Associate in Arts program or the General Studies Associate in Science program. Starting in these programs would allow you to enroll at NHTI and work with an academic advisor complete the prerequisite and college courses needed to pursue your goal.
Additional Requirements and Recommendations
Though not required for admission, we recommend you submit scores for any standardized national college admission tests, such as the SAT or ACT, that you’ve taken within the last 5 years. These scores may be used to waive your ACCUPLACER placement testing requirement.
All of our degree programs require the successful completion of at least one semester of college-level mathematics. We recommend that you successfully complete high school Algebra I with a grade of “C” or better prior to NHTI admission. Many STEM programs require additional math as an admission requirement. If your placement testing does not demonstrate readiness for college-level mathematics, it may take more than two years to complete your degree.