The staff of the Bursar's Office is available to provide payment related administrative support in planning for your tuition expenses. Students’ are expected to verify information provided to them on their View Account Detail page in their online student account.
In order for our office staff to speak with anyone other than the student about their account a Release of Student Information must be on file in the Registrar's Office (filled out and signed by student).
**Tuition and Fees are due two weeks prior to the first class day each semester. If you register after the payment due date, payment is due upon registration.
Student account balances paid late may be assessed a $50 late fee.**
NHTI does not send paper bills. It is the student's responsibility to view their tuition, fees and/or dorm expenses online in their SIS account (scroll to bottom of page for directions on how to do this) and make payment by the due date. (If you are unable to log into the SIS please contact email@example.com or (603) 230-4063 for assistance.)
Parent/Guardians: Students whose parent/guardian will be paying tuition and fees can be set up as an “Authorized Payer by the student.” This will allow parents/guardians the ability to view charges, payments and to make an online payments. To do this, follow the steps at the bottom of this page, click on Make a Payment and then Authorized Payers. If you are already set up as an authorized payer and forgot your log in information Click here.
Financial Aid Recipients: If you have completed your Financial Aid requirements (signed and returned your Financial Aid Award Letter, completed online counseling and electronic signing of your MPN) you can deduct, from your tuition and fees due, the “estimated” amount of aid from the charges due. The difference is the amount that is due now. To verify that you have completed all requirements go to sis.nhti.edu select the Financial Aid tab and click on
For Financial Aid Recipients: If you have completed your Financial Aid requirements (signed and returned your Financial Aid Award Letter, completed online counseling and electronic signing of your MPN) you can deduct, from your tuition and fees due, the “estimated” amount of aid from the charges due. The difference is the amount that is due now. To verify that you have completed all requirements go to your student account, select Financial Aid tab and click on Eligibility. Look at Status column. If all requirements say “satisfied” you have completed your financial aid. If they do not, you need to complete these before your financial aid is considered an acceptable payment plan. If you have questions about your financial aid please contact financial aid at firstname.lastname@example.org or (603) 230-4013.
Military Benefit Recipients. If you are eligible to receive military education benefits you must complete all required paperwork through your military service and/or the VA. You must submit your VA eligibility paperwork to the Registrar's Office, TA authorizations to the Bursar's Office and National Guard Waivers to the Financial Aid Office. Once your education benefit amount has been approved, your student account will be credited to reflect that amount. It is the student’s responsibility to verify their charges and education benefit credit on their student account and pay any charges not covered by their military benefit by the semester due date.
More information may be found on our Veterans page.
National Guard: How to Apply to Federal Tuition Assistance
Payment Due Worksheet - Printable worksheet to help you determine how much you will need to pay.
Log into SIS account, go to Student, then Student Records. Click on View Account Detail. Scroll to bottom of page and click on Make a Payment. Payment can be made using a bank account or credit card.
- Online Installment Payment Plan: (Last day to set up for spring semester is February 19th) This is a monthly payment plan that can be set up each semester to spread the amount of tuition and fee charges over the term; monthly payments are automatically taken from the account you set it up with (bank account or credit card). If you set the plan up after the payment due date you may receive a late fee.
Pay in Person:
Location: Bursar's Office, Sweeney Hall, next to the Bistro.
Payments can be made by cash, check, Mastercard/VISA, Discover and Debit Card.
Pay by Phone:
Bursar's Office Direct Telephone Number: (603) 230-4012
Payments can be made by cash, check, e-check, Mastercard/VISA, Discover and Debit Card. DUE TO HIGH VOLUME OF CALLS WE ENCOURAGE ONLINE PAYMENTS.
Paying with a Check:
NHTI reserves the right to put a financial hold on an account when being paid by a personal check for a period of 14 calendar days after the date payment is made to allow time for the check to clear. Students who require immediate services, including but not limited to, transcripts, housing deposits, course registration, etc. should pay using a secure method of payment, in U.S. Funds, such as cash, money order, bank check or credit card.
How to View your Account Balance Online in your Student Information System (SIS):
Click on Secure Area
Enter User ID: Student ID# starting with @
Enter PIN: _ _ _ _ _ _ (6 digit number)
Select Student Tab
Select Student Records
Select View Account Detail, Make a payment or Enroll in Installment Payment Plan
Scroll to bottom of page for links to:
Make a payment, Set up Authorized Payer
Enroll in Installment Payment Plan
NEW! Sign up for Electronic Refunds
31 College Drive
Concord, NH 03301
Fax: (603) 230-9302
Please include Student ID#, if possible.
Sweeney Hall on the first floor
Mon-Thurs 8-5 pm
Fri 8-4:30 pm