If any of the following situations apply, regardless of COVID-19 vaccination status, you cannot come to campus and should contact the NHTI Campus Safety department.

  • Positive COVID-19 test result, regardless of type (home, rapid or PCR test)
  • Any new and unexplained symptoms associated with COVID-19
  • Any exposure in the previous 14 days to a suspected or confirmed (positive) case of COVID-19

From the Office of the President

Sept. 21, 2022

Dear NHTI college community,

I apologize if this is starting (or continuing) to feel repetitive, but once again I am writing with an update on health-related issues affecting our College community.  In this instance, we are concerned about a number of positive COVID cases as well as additional suspected cases of another flu-like illness affecting several students who reside on campus.  We will keep you posted if we identify anything more specific, but this is probably a good reminder that flu season can be pretty miserable, and so please take a look at the email that you might have received on Monday from Crystal McIntyre and consider registering for the upcoming flu clinic on Oct. 18

As before, I am sharing this information to ensure your awareness of our circumstances so that you can make good decisions for your health and for the health of those around you. 

Also, just a reminder that all employees and students who test positive for COVID-19, who are sick with coronavirus symptoms, even mild ones, have had exposure to suspected or confirmed cases, or recently returned from international travel, should not come to campus without testing and should continue to contact Campus Safety immediately at 603-230-4042 or NHTIcampussafety@ccsnh.edu for COVID-19 reporting and additional guidance.

Sincerely,

Mark Rubinstein
Interim President
NHTI – Concord’s Community College