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32 Athletes Honored for Academics

The Yankee Small College Conference (YSCC) has named 32 NHTI student-athletes to the 2015 Fall All-Academic Team.  To be honored, an individual must have achieved a grade point average of at least 3.2 for the fall semester and completed their season of competition in the fall semester.

SPORT STUDENT ATHLETE CLASS HOME TOWN
Baseball Christopher Gauss Sr Pembroke
Baseball Brandon Rees Fr Hooksett
Cross Country Claire Bilik Fr Milford
Cross Country Raquel Gelinas Fr Penacook
Cross Country Julia Glisson So Merrimack
Cross Country Ruby Jones Fr Alton
Cross Country Ryleigh Lorimer Fr Peterborough
Cross Country Greg Keilig So Moravia, Iowa
Cross Country Branden McCoo So Pembroke
Cross Country Cody Roberge Fr Hopkinton
Cross Country Kyle Sims Fr Franklin
Men's Soccer Kyle Haas Jr Allenstown
Men's Soccer Cristopher Ketcham So Bow
Women's Soccer Emily Blad So Northwood
Women's Soccer Alexis Duclos So Epsom
Women's Soccer Marissa Fortier So Rochester
Women's Soccer Stefani Gauther So Pittsfield
Women's Soccer Shannon Hart Fr Swanzey
Women's Soccer Isabele Rodriguez So Lawrence, Mass.
Women's Soccer Danielle Wiley Fr Penacook
Softball Natalie Baker Fr Sutton
Softball Emma Gagnon Sr Pembroke
Softball Yanna Hendrickson Fr Troy
Softball Tori Lemay Sr Manchester
Softball Danyel McNicholas Fr Raymond
Softball Hanna Seidner Fr Pembroke
Volleyball Kayla Barnes Sr Wilton
Volleyball Jessie Bergeron Sr Canterbury
Volleyball Terri Folsom Fr Meredith
Volleyball Allyson Lively Sr Moltonborough
Volleyball Cheyanne Sauvola Fr New Ipswich

Congratulations, All-Academics!

Holocaust Survivor Esther Bauer
to Visit NHTI

Wednesday, February 24, 12:00 - 1:30 pm
Sweeney Auditorium

Esther Bauer Holocaust Survivor

In this unforgettable and moving lecture, Esther Bauer recounts her harrowing experiences as a Holocaust Survivor, and the story of her amazing, educated, and liberated mother Dr. Marie Anna Jonas, a medical doctor who was stripped of her ability to practice by the Reich Citizen Law.  Esther speaks to students as often as she can so that they will "learn what happened, and see to it that it never happens again."  Esther's boundless energy and joy for life is infectious, and will leave you filled with respect, awe, and appreciation for the indestructibility of the human spirit.

 


NHTI's Child and Family Development Center (CFDC)

Kindergarten Open House

February 23, 2016, 5:30 - 6:30

  • Teachers will be available to answer your questions
  • View and Explore the classroom environment
  • Enrollment applications will be available at this event

Learn about our unique kindergarten program which addresses NH Department of Education Common Core State Standards and collaborates with campus resources and faculty to enrich children’s academic and developmental skills.  The academic year program begins on Tuesday, August 30, 2016.  Full day and after-kindergarten options available.

We also offer a transitional summer program beginning June 27 – August 25, 2016.

Call the CFDC at (603) 230-4024 or email nhticfdc@ccsnh.edu.

 


Get Free Dental Care at NHTI's Clinic!

NHTI Dental Hygiene students are eager to serve more clients at our on-campus clinic in MacRury Hall.  All are welcome to receive preventive dental services, particularly children ages 5 and up, adults, seniors, and veterans.  NHTI students and staff are treated at no charge!

Dental student flosses another in clinic

Students provide dental x-ray services including panoramic x-rays for wisdom teeth removal, full mouth series and bite wings. Preventive services include dental cleanings and sealants.  For a complete list of services available, click here.

Contact our clinic manager at 230-4023 or nhtidentalclinic@ccsnh.edu for more information or to schedule an appointment.