Student Handbook

A Message from
the Student Senate President

NHTI Student Senate President Natalie BakerHello my name is Nolan McGurn and I am YOUR Student Senate President second year attending NHTI, and my second semester being Student Senate President. I am from Plaistow, New Hampshire and graduated from Timberlane Regional High School in 2016. I am currently studying Accounting, and I hope to pursue a bachelor’s degree in finance. I love photography and classical music. I also work in the Athletics and Wellness Center Office. I love being involved and helping others. If you ever want to talk, I am usually around the Student Center or in the Athletics Office! Make the best of your semester!

I was persuaded into joining Student Senate in August of 2016 by the previous President Natalie Baker. I was so happy that she decided to invite me to Senate. I have enjoyed the wonderful experiences that Senate has provided for me. From getting to go to conferences around the country and deciding where our student funds are being spent are some of the amazing things that I have the pleasure of doing while in Senate.

It is important to know that NHTI students participate in more than 30 student organizations and that Senate partly funds these organizations. These organizations are imperative for students to gain leadership skills, make new connections, and create a sense of community.

Throughout my time here I have learned that the most important thing is to get involved and find your interests. I like to think that there is something for everyone here at NHTI and if there isn't yet, YOU can make that happen! It is YOUR time to reinvent the wheel of YOU! Take this time to find out who you are as an adult and thrive!

Senate meets every Tuesday from 12-1:00pm in the Marty Hunt Room in the Student Center Room 225. I would love to see you there!

Best wishes,

Nolan McGurn
Student Senate President

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