Important Consumer Information about NHTI, Concord’s Community College is available to prospective students, current students, faculty and staff, and community members at the links provided below. Hard copies are available upon request by contacting: NHTI, Public Information Office at (603) 230-4001 or

Campus Safety

Information regarding the Clery Act, VAWA, Judicial Policies, Annual Security Report, parking policies, videos regarding active shooter, sexual assault and other related topics.

NHTI Alerts Emergency Notification System

Helps ensure rapid and reliable mass communication to students, faculty, and staff by cell phones (text/voice) landlines, and e-mail in the event of a crisis, emergency or weather closure/delay.

Financial Aid

Information regarding financial assistance, includes, but is not limited to, federal, state and institutional assistance, how aid will be disbursed, the rights and responsibilities of students receiving financial assistance and criteria for measuring satisfactory academic progress.

State Authorization

NHTI Concord’s Community College is authorized to offer undergraduate programs (general, professional, technical and transfer programs, along with certificate and short term training programs) in the state of New Hampshire.

Academic Requirements and Policies

Information about academic requirements and policies, including graduation, graduation rates and retention.

Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act

Information about the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA), a Federal law that protects the privacy of student education records. Learn More about NHTI’s Confidentiality of Student Records

Tuition and Fee Payment

Information about payment due date, how to see your account charges, how to pay your charges, refunds and non-payment information.

Alcohol and Other Drug Policies

Information about Alcohol and Other Drug Policies at NHTI.

Student Record Information

Information about your account, including current charges and payments, refunds, transcripts, grades, class schedules, financial aid status and more

Student Handbook

A comprehensive guide for academic and student policies and procedures, and a resource for various services and activities available to the campus community.

Sexual Misconduct/Title IX Resources

The Community College System of New Hampshire (CCSNH) is committed to creating and maintaining a positive and productive learning environment for students, a professional setting for its employees, and a community atmosphere grounded in mutual respect, dignity and integrity. In light of these objectives, CCSNH prohibits: 1) all manner of discrimination in the administration of its education and employment programs and practices on the basis of unlawful criteria including race, color, religion, national or ethnic origin, age, sex, sexual orientation, marital status, disability, gender identity or expression, genetic information, and veteran status, as defined under applicable law; and 2) will not in any instance tolerate harassment, intimidation or bullying behavior of any kind.
Degrees and Certificates