Fireworks of any type are prohibited on college property, unless as part of an event scheduled by the President’s Office or the Office of Student Affairs.

Faculty and staff found to be in violation of this policy may be subject to NHTI Employment Policies. 

Students found to have used or have fireworks in their possession will be subject to the NHTI Student Code of Conduct and Judicial Policy.

Gambling of any kind is prohibited on NHTI property. Faculty, staff, and students are expected to abide by federal and state laws prohibiting illegal gambling, including online gaming.

Gambling for money or other things of value on NHTI property or at college-sponsored activities is prohibited. Prohibited activity includes, but is not limited to:

  • Betting on, wagering on, or selling pools on any college athletic event
  • Possessing on one’s person or premises (e.g., room, residence unit, car) any card, book, or other device for registering bets
  • Knowingly permitting the use of one’s premises or one’s telephone or other electronic communications device for illegal gambling
  • Knowingly receiving or delivering a letter, package, or parcel related to illegal gambling offering
  • Soliciting or accepting a bribe to influence the outcome of an athletic event
  • Involvement in bookmaking or wagering pools with respect to sporting events

Exception to this policy: Casino or other game events are permitted in designated areas, where allowed by federal and state law, as part of an event scheduled by the President’s Office or the Vice President of Student Affairs.

Faculty and staff found to be in violation of this policy may be subject to NHTI Employment Policies. 

Students found in violation of this policy may be subject the NHTI Student Code of Conduct and Judicial Policy.

Students, staff, faculty, and guests are prohibited from having a weapon on the NHTI campus, or property leased or controlled by NHTI, including in any residence hall at any time.

For the purpose of this policy, firearms and weapons are defined as followed:

  • Firearms and ammunition (live or expended) including, but not limited to shotguns, rifles, pistols, BB guns, dart guns, paint guns, airsoft guns, and starter pistols
  • Non-firearms that shoot a projectile including but not limited to blow guns, bows, and arrows
  • Legal knives with a blade over three inches in length and others bladed weapons to include any type of sword, hatchet, or axe. Residence hall students will be limited to three knives in their possession.
  • Martial arts weapons, including, but not limited to nunchuks and throwing stars
  • Self-defense weapons to including, but not limited to mace, pepper-spray, or taser
  • Any explosive materials, gunpowder, fuses, accelerants, or materials that when used in combination could be used to construct an explosive device
  • Any type of inert weapon or ammunition including, but not limited to firearms, artillery shell, grenades
  • Any other device that could be or appear to be of danger to other persons

Exceptions to this policy:

  • NH Police Standards and Training personnel, sworn law enforcement officers and military personnel who are activated in times of a state or national emergency
  • Knives with blades in excess of three inches that were designed exclusively as an eating utensils or cutlery
  • Starter pistols may be used for specific events by qualified persons with the prior approval of the Director of Campus Safety
  • Military or law enforcement personnel, as part of a demonstration for career days, educational purposes or for ceremonies with prior authorization of the Director of Campus Safety
  • Tools used by faculty, staff, or students in the course of their instruction or as required as a function of their work

Any student, staff, faculty member, or guest found to be in violation of this policy will be subject to possible removal from NHTI.

Students found in violation of this policy will have the prohibited firearm or other weapon – or any object in its manner of use or its threatened use as a weapon – seized and be referred to Student Conduct.

Any weapon seized will be either turned over to law enforcement, retained by Campus Safety until the owner can remove it from NHTI property, or disposed of by Campus Safety.

Guests found in violation of this policy may be placed on the NHTI Persona Non Grata list and prohibited from NHTI property.

Faculty and staff found to be in violation of this policy may be subject to NHTI Employment Policies.

The purpose of this policy is to promote the health and well being of all NHTI students, faculty, staff, and the general public, in accordance with recommendations from the American Cancer Society, American College Health Association, American Heart Association, and the American Lung Association.

  1. Smoking – including the use of smokeless tobacco or tobacco alternatives including electronic cigarettes, vaping, and JUULs – is prohibited on campus and in all NHTI- or CCSNH-owned or leased buildings and vehicles. This policy applies to all grounds, parking areas, athletic fields, walking trails, etc… owned by NHTI.
  2. Smoking – including the use of smokeless tobacco or tobacco alternative including but not limited to electronic cigarettes, vaping, and JUULs – is allowed only in designated areas and personal vehicles. The designated areas are the two smoking shelters on campus located by Langley Hall and between Grappone Hall and Strout Hall.
  3. The sale or the free distribution of tobacco or tobacco alternatives products on campus is prohibited
  4. Tobacco or tobacco-alternative product advertisements are prohibited in college-run publications.
  5. Campus organizations are prohibited from accepting sponsorship from tobacco or tobacco-alternative companies.
  6. The NHTI Health Services Office will offer prevention and education initiatives that support non-use and address the risks of tobacco, tobacco alternatives, and tobacco smoke.

All members of the NHTI community are expected to observe this policy and are encouraged to ask any individuals who are using tobacco or tobacco alternatives in an unauthorized area to stop. Violations of policy will be subject to disciplinary action in accordance with appropriate personnel policies and/or with the Student Code of Conduct and Judicial Processes.

Fines*:

First violation: $25

Second and subsequent violations: $50

All fines are to be paid within seven days of the date of issue. Payment is to be made at the Bursar’s Office. Failure to pay fines will result in the withholding of grades and degree.

* Fines are subject to change.