Welcome to the Office of Student Life at NHTI! It’s our mission to enhance your experience through the development of, exposure to, and participation in, programs and activities. Our vision is to create a welcoming physical and social environment as part of the educational setting and is grounded in student involvement through development.

The Student Life department offers community service, student leadership, and student organization opportunities for students to build connections and develop life long skills.

Student Leadership

NHTI provides leadership development opportunities throughout the year. These opportunities build and develop leadership and valuable life skills through workshops, seminars, and structured retreats. There are many different types of leaders in different roles on campus. These programs are open to all NHTI students; participation may have a GPA requirement. Students interested in NHTI leadership programs can contact the Office of Student Life at 603-230-4040 or NHTIstudentlife@ccsnh.edu.  

Student Activities

NHTI offers a broad range of programs and services to engage students in academic and campus life and enhance their educational experience. The Student Center is the hub for social, cultural, entertainment, and recreational activities. The 16,000 sq. ft. space includes a great room with fireplace, lounge, games area, and conference rooms. It houses a variety of student service offices including campus clubs and organizations, Health and Counseling Services, Campus Activities, Community Service, Residence Life, Student Life, and Student Affairs.

Student Organizations

The Office of Student Life’s mission is to enhance the student experience through the development of, exposure to, and participation in programs and activities. Student Life creates a welcoming physical and social environment as part of the educational setting and is grounded in student development through involvement. The Student Life department offers student organization opportunities for students to build connections and develop lifelong skills. A full list of active and dormant student organizations and clubs can be found on our website.

Student Senate and Campus Activities Board

NHTI encourages a democratic form of student government to develop individual initiative and a sense of group responsibility. The Student Senate is responsible for representing the student body in campus affairs and the allocation of funding support for student events and programs. The Senate comprises selected representatives and is responsible for the promotion and coordination of student activities. The Student Senate president and other members represent the student body on various college committees.

Student Life FAQ

Your student ID serves many purposes both on and off campus, such as checking out books from the NHTI Library, accessing the Wellness Center, and using equipment in the student center.

Getting Your First Student ID

  1. Orientation – When you arrive at Orientation, you’ll be given a schedule that allows you time to have your student ID picture taken. Student IDs are taken in Sweeney Hall.
  2. Campus Safety Office – If you are unable to get your student ID picture at orientation, visit the Campus Safety office at 1 Institute Drive, on the second floor of the Business/Campus Safety building. You can also visit Sweeney Hall room 214 during normal business hours. 
  3. Evening Students – You can get your student ID by calling Campus Safety at 603-224-3287. An officer will meet you at the Campus Safety office and process your ID. 

Validating your ID

Once you have obtained your student ID, it can be validated at the Bursar’s Office, located on the first floor of Sweeney Hall, during normal office hours. A new validation sticker is issued each semester to reflect that you’re currently registered for classes and have made arrangements to pay all tuition and fees.

Replacing Your Student ID

If you need a new student ID for any reason, go to the Campus Safety office, located at 1 Institute Drive. The fee for each replacement is $25.00. This charge is applied to your student account at the Bursar’s Office. You will need to go to the Bursar’s Office to have the replacement ID validated.

We do live in New Hampshire, so it’s possible NHTI classes may be delayed or canceled because of inclement weather. Notifications of cancellations or delays will be done the following ways:

  • Through the NHTI Alerts System. You’re encouraged to sign up for free voice, email, and/or text messages through NHTI Alerts system.
  • At www.wmur.com or on TV at WMUR Channel 9
  • NHTI’s website at www.nhti.edu
  • Through limited local radio stations

Procedure for Delayed Start of Classes

You should be prepared to begin your school day with whatever activity you’d normally be doing at the announced opening time. For example, if a two-hour delay is announced, and you’re scheduled for a class that normally meets from 8-10:50 a.m., you should go to that class at 10 a.m. for the remaining 50 minutes; classes that are normally completed before 10 a.m. would be canceled.

You should discuss the situation directly with the person(s) involved. In the event this does not resolve the issue, the matter should be taken directly to the Student Affairs Office, located in the Student Center. The Director of Residence Life should be notified of any unresolved issues pertaining to the Residence Halls and Dining Services. The Student Senate Concerns Committee should be notified of any unresolved concerns that do not directly involve the Residence Halls.

Information on how to file a complaint about NHTI to the N.H. Department of Education Division of Higher Education may be found at http://www.education.nh.gov/highered/compliance-allegation.htm

You are not alone, and we are here to help. Visit our Title IX Resources page now for detailed information. 

Student Life Policies

Your student ID serves many purposes both on and off campus, such as checking out books from the NHTI Library, accessing the Wellness Center, and using equipment in the student center.

Getting Your First Student ID

  1. Orientation – When you arrive at Orientation, you’ll be given a schedule that allows you time to have your student ID picture taken. Student IDs are taken in Sweeney Hall.
  2. Campus Safety Office – If you are unable to get your student ID picture at orientation, visit the Campus Safety office at 1 Institute Drive, on the second floor of the Business/Campus Safety building. You can also visit Sweeney Hall room 214 during normal business hours. 
  3. Evening Students – You can get your student ID by calling Campus Safety at 603-224-3287. An officer will meet you at the Campus Safety office and process your ID. 

Validating your ID

Once you have obtained your student ID, it can be validated at the Bursar’s Office, located on the first floor of Sweeney Hall, during normal office hours. A new validation sticker is issued each semester to reflect that you’re currently registered for classes and have made arrangements to pay all tuition and fees.

Replacing Your Student ID

If you need a new student ID for any reason, go to the Campus Safety office, located at 1 Institute Drive. The fee for each replacement is $25.00. This charge is applied to your student account at the Bursar’s Office. You will need to go to the Bursar’s Office to have the replacement ID validated.

We do live in New Hampshire, so it’s possible NHTI classes may be delayed or canceled because of inclement weather. Notifications of cancellations or delays will be done the following ways:

  • Through the NHTI Alerts System. You’re encouraged to sign up for free voice, email, and/or text messages through NHTI Alerts system.
  • At www.wmur.com or on TV at WMUR Channel 9
  • NHTI’s website at www.nhti.edu
  • Through limited local radio stations

Procedure for Delayed Start of Classes

You should be prepared to begin your school day with whatever activity you’d normally be doing at the announced opening time. For example, if a two-hour delay is announced, and you’re scheduled for a class that normally meets from 8-10:50 a.m., you should go to that class at 10 a.m. for the remaining 50 minutes; classes that are normally completed before 10 a.m. would be canceled.

You should discuss the situation directly with the person(s) involved. In the event this does not resolve the issue, the matter should be taken directly to the Student Affairs Office, located in the Student Center. The Director of Residence Life should be notified of any unresolved issues pertaining to the Residence Halls and Dining Services. The Student Senate Concerns Committee should be notified of any unresolved concerns that do not directly involve the Residence Halls.

Information on how to file a complaint about NHTI to the N.H. Department of Education Division of Higher Education may be found at http://www.education.nh.gov/highered/compliance-allegation.htm

You are not alone, and we are here to help. Visit our Title IX Resources page now for detailed information. 

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Office of Student Life

31 College Drive
Concord, NH 03301-7412
603-230-4045
NHTIstudentlife@ccsnh.edu