What is NHTI ALERTS?
NHTI ALERTS is NHTI, Concord's Community College's emergency notification system that will help ensure rapid and reliable mass communication to students, faculty, and staff. The NHTI ALERTS system is designed to communicate with cell phones (text and voice messages), landlines, and email systems, should a weather closure/delay, emergency situation or crisis occur on the NHTI campus.
Why should I register for NHTI ALERTS?
NHTI ALERTS is your best way of finding out if the college is closed, or classes are cancelled or delayed due to weather, a power outage, or some other emergency.
How do I register for NHTI ALERTS?
on July 1, 2018
after July 1, 2018
and click the black "Register" button on the upper right hand side of the page. You will need your CCSNH email address and a text-capable cell phone to register. You will be asked to create a password during the registration process, which you will need to make subsequent updates to your contact information.
Note: If you do not yet have a CCSNH email address (or do not remember it), visit https://www.ccsnh.edu/online-resources, and click the icon. For more information click EasyLogin Instructions next to the icon.
Once you have registered, take the following steps to complete your account.
- Click on the “Opt-in Lists” tab at the top of the page. Indicate whether you are a student, faculty or staff member by subscribing to the appropriate list(s). It is very important that you subscribe to at least one of these lists! If you do not, you may miss some or all of the ALERTS messages.
- Click on the “My Account” tab. Here you can view and change your contact information and make any changes needed, such as adding additional email addresses and phone numbers.
NOTE: Please read this disclaimer * as there is not a guarantee of delivery due to situations which are outside of CCSNH or RAVE control.
NHTI Alerts is just one method the College will use to communicate information during an emergency. The campus will continue to use a variety of other notification methods as appropriate.