NHTI Campus Safety is monitoring the COVID-19 pandemic with regards to student, staff, and faculty safety. We will update this gauge when the situation changes. For additional information, contact NHTIcampussafety@ccsnh.edu.

Read more about what each operation mode means for your on-campus experience.

From the Office of the President

Jan. 13, 2021 Dear NHTI College Community, As you know, NHTI moved to a remote teaching and work environment on Nov. 30, 2020, which has assisted in mitigating the spread of COVID-19 on campus. Because of the anticipated increase of state and community transmission, we will continue to teach and work in this environment until Feb. 26, 2021. Based on the success of how students have been served since November, we will continue to use Zoom, chat, text, email, and phone to meet student service needs. If students require on-site assistance, they will be accommodated through “by appointment” only. Sincerely, Dr. Gretchen Mullin-Sawicki President, NHTI – Concord’s Community College

Mobile App for Screening Now Available

NHTI is now using the CCSNH Self-Screening App. Screening must be accomplished within three hours of coming to NHTI for any reason. There’s an option to complete screening through a web browser, which is the same as using the app. 

For more information on how to download the app and set it up, click here. 

Some activities, like athletics practices, scrimmages, and games, still require in-person screening and temperature checks prior to entering a building or activity area. In-person screening and email submission of the self-screening form are still available.

Are You Cleared to Come on Campus?

It is critical that you read and follow the Building Access and Screening Procedures document prepared by Campus Safety prior to attempting to come onto campus. If you have questions, please contact NHTIcampussafety@ccsnh.edu.

CDC Winter Holiday Guidelines