Announcement

NHTI Students’ Research Will Benefit Sycamore Garden

CONCORD — This spring, NHTI Natural Science Professor Tracey Lesser's students will be performing original research in the Sycamore Garden adjacent to campus.  Though open to all comers, the Sycamore Garden has been embraced by Concord’s substantial refugee community, and now provides plots to more than 130 refugee families who have resettled here.  The students' work will hopefully bring tangible benefits to the gardeners while helping the students themselves learn valuable concepts and skills.

NHTI / SNHU Enter Dual Enrollment Agreement

CONCORD — For NHTI students interested in going on for a bachelor’s degree after they graduate, the path just got a lot smoother.  NHTI, Concord’s Community College, and Southern New Hampshire University (SNHU) have partnered in a new dual admission agreement that can make the transfer of NHTI graduates to an SNHU bachelor’s degree program a near-automatic, virtually seamless process.

Fall 2014 Graduates

The following students graduated from NHTI, Concord's Community College, during the Fall 2014 term:

 

 

 

Allenstown NH  
Amanda Laskey (Associate in Science with a Major in Hospitality & Tourism Management), Zachary Touchette (Associate in Science with a Major in Computer Engineering Technology)

Ashland NH  
Tawnia Frisch (Associate in Science with a Major in Criminal Justice)

NHTI Among Top 5 Two-Year Colleges

CONCORD — This week, the Personal Finance Cheat Sheet identified NHTI, Concord’s Community College, as one of the nation’s leading 2-year colleges based on graduate salaries.  The Cheat Sheet reports that NHTI graduates typically earn between $38,000 and $76,000 per year, placing it among the top five two-year schools in the country.  For details visit http://wallstcheatsheet.com/personal-finance/the-5-colleges-where-graduates-earn-the-highest-salaries.html/2/.

NHTI Plans 50th Anniversary Celebration

CONCORD — It’s hard to believe that NHTI, Concord’s Community College, has been around for almost fifty years.  The school opened in 1965 (as New Hampshire Technical Institute), with one academic building, three engineering technology programs, and around 250 students.  Today the school occupies a 240 acre campus and offers over 65 academic programs in a broad range of disciplines to more than 4,500 students.

New Scholarship for New Americans

Awards of $1,000 will be given through the Mr. Devi Timsina Memorial Scholarship for New Americans

Concord – NHTI, Concord's Community College is pleased to announce a new scholarship called the Mr. Devi Timsina Memorial Scholarship for New Americans. Established by Jackie Winn and Robert Friedlander, the $1,000 scholarship will be awarded yearly. The purpose is to assist responsible, diligent students who entered the United States as refugees in paying for their college education.

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