Complete an Entire Course in as Little as a Week
Did you know? Contemporary Ethical Issues and Communication are now offered in one and two-week face-to-face or online formats over the winter break. You could have another course completed before you begin your spring semester courses on Jan. 14!
Lighten your spring course load while you maximize your time off over winter break. Interested? Set up your appointment with Advising today!
Meet with an Advisor
At NHTI, we encourage you to work closely with an academic advisor to define your academic, career, and life goals. Whether you need guidance selecting classes, transferring to a four-year school, or clarifying long-term goals, an academic advisor is here to help. Zoom and on-campus appointments are available.
Interested in an Allied Health Program?
All newly accepted NHTI students planning to apply for one of NHTI’s Allied Health programs are strongly encouraged to attend an Allied Health Advising Hour prior to registering for courses.
The Allied Health Advising Hour helps you review program and admission requirements, application steps, make academic plans, and discuss questions.
Each student will be invited to a follow-up individual registration session. Sessions are held via Zoom every Tuesday at 3:30 p.m. and Thursday at 12 p.m.
Frequently Requested Forms
Where to Find Us
The Academic Advising Center is located in the Learning Commons Library. Advisors are assigned by the student’s academic focus area. However, all advisors welcome any student to see them. Click here for our academic advisor breakdown by program and department.
Philosophy and Goals for Advising
Academic Advising at NHTI provides you with the knowledge to identify your personal, academic, and career goals; develop an appropriate educational and career plan; and monitor your progress toward achieving these goals.
We aim to:
- Empower you to be an active participant in your own decision-making processes.
- Connect you to the community using school resources, student clubs and organizations, athletic teams, work-study programs, and student activities.
- Help you understand yourself, develop critical thinking and reasoning skills, and clarify personal values.
- Provide advising services that are visible and available to everyone.