Our school code is 002581.
Refer to our Financial Aid page.
No. Once you have applied for Admission for the current aid year you should submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) at https://fafsa.gov.
This is the Federal government’s basic grant program. Eligibility is determined from the information the student provides on the FAFSA.
You are an independent student when you reach the age of 24, have become a veteran of the U.S. Armed Forces, are married, have a child that you supply at least ½ of the support, working on a Masters Degree or were a ward of the court.
Yes, Refer to the Additional Grant, Loan and Scholarship Information and on our scholarship bulletin board located across from the Admissions Office. We encourage students to do research on their own. NHTI does not have a complete list of all scholarships available.
The Federal Government mandates that funds be held for 30 days into the semester for first time Stafford Loan borrowers. Each semester, grants and loans will begin to disburse approximately 30 days into the semester and each week thereafter through the end of the semester.
We do not know when your disbursement date. Please check with the lender that you completed the Master Promissory Note (MPN) with.
We do not know what your refund will be. You can subtract your financial aid from your bill to estimate your refund if you are eligible for a refund.
Yes, you can, through the Student Information System link which is located under the “Quick Find” from the NHTI home page.
Withdrawal may affect your future financial aid eligibility if you are not maintaining a minimum completion rate of 67%.
If you are a Pell Grant recipient, a complete withdrawal from all classes before the 60% point of the semester will also reduce your current semester’s financial aid. In this case, you will incur a financial liability to the college.
Financial aid may be available for the summer semester, students should contact the Financial Aid Office to check eligibility.
You need to complete an authorization on the Student information system or complete a form to be given a bookstore line-of-credit. This is only available if there are remaining funds in your financial aid award after covering the semester charges.
Yes, you need to login to the student information system SIS.
- The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act – Find the break you’re looking for, get help paying for college.
- Financial Aid Estimator
- Department of Education
- Department of Education – FAFSA on the web
- fastweb.com – The Internet’s largest free scholarship search service.
- Federal Student Aid Gateway
- FinAid® – The Smart Student Guide to Financial Aid
- Hope and Lifetime Credit
- IRS Hope and Lifetime Learning Tax Information
- Mapping Your Futures
- College Board – A Program of College Scholarship Service® (CSS®)
- National Student Loan Data System – NSLDS Student Access
- Scholarship Search
- Alternative Loan Lender Selection
- Student Loan Calculator
- Information on Scholarship Scams
- IRS Online Forms and Publications
- New Hampshire Charitable Foundation (NHCF)
- http://www.finaid.org/loans/consolidation.phtml – student loan consolidation