Find detailed information about our student policies and introductions to all of our departments, support services, and academic policies for the academic year.
If you have any questions, please contact our Academic Center for Excellence at 603-230-4027.
Please note: Our NHTI Student Handbook is published once per year in March for the following Fall, Spring, and Summer semesters. Changes can occur to policies during the year that are not updated in the catalog. For the most up-to-date information, please check the individual policy pages listed below.
Title IX Sexual Misconduct Resources
Residence Life Policies
NHTI’s residence life program provides a safe, comfortable environment where students may live, grow, and study in a
community of peers. Each student will be responsible for their own space and will be held accountable to the policies of NHTI. As a member of the residence hall community, each student has a responsibility to live with respect for the other members of the community. The residence hall staff is responsible for insuring that the rights of NHTI students and property are not abused.
By signing the residence hall contract, the resident agrees to abide by whatever rules have been or may be established by NHTI. Rules now in effect are available on the website and any subsequent changes will be posted. Violation of any
residence hall rule or NHTI policy may result in termination of the residence hall contract and visitation privileges to the residence halls.
Community College System of New Hampshire
NHTI is a member of the Community College System of New Hampshire (CCSNH) and since 1969 has been accredited by the New England Commission of Higher Education, a nongovernmental, nationally recognized accrediting agency. This Student Handbook is meant to provide specific information related to NHTI. NHTI upholds all CCSNH policies and procedures. To learn more about specific CCSNH policies and procedures please visit the CCSNH Student Handbook.
Full time: A student who is registered for at least 12 credits in any given semester. Only the credits as part of a
student’s program of study will be considered when determining financial aid eligibility.
Part time: A student who is registered for fewer than 12 credits.
Matriculated: A student who applies to and is officially accepted by the college in a program. The status remains until the student withdraws officially from the program or college or is dismissed for academic or disciplinary
reasons or upon graduation. Matriculation defines a student’s program of study and ensures that courses taken will meet program requirements.
Non-Matriculated: A student who is enrolled in a course or courses but who has not officially been accepted into a college program. A student who has taken individual courses and decided to work for a degree should commit to a specific program and formally matriculate after proper counseling prior to the satisfactory completion of 9 semester hours in appropriate courses. In order to ensure that credits earned meet program of study requirements, a student should matriculate as early as possible.
Active: A matriculated student who has not officially withdrawn from a program or the college, or has not registered for classes within a given semester but returns to the college within 3 semesters. They are eligible to register for classes under the original program of study; all others must reapply to the program/college and follow the new program of study.