We want to support you in achieving your goals at NHTI!Welcome to Accessibility Services! Policies and Procedures for Receiving Academic Accommodations for Students with Disabilities at NHTI, Concord’s Community College In compliance with Section 504 of the 1973 Rehabilitation Act and the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1991, NHTI does not discriminate against students with disabilities in terms of program admissions and/or opportunities for academic success. Students with disabilities are encouraged to disclose the nature of their disabilities to the Coordinator of Accessibility Services prior to the beginning of their first semester at NHTI. Students with disabilities who choose not to disclose their disability will not be eligible for services unless they provide documentation of their disability to the Coordinator of Accessibility Services. The services available to students with disabilities vary according to students’ individual needs. Information regarding students’ disabilities is kept confidential. Free, Friendly, Confidential Services Available for Eligible Students
Important Documents & Links
- Important Differences between High School and College (PDF)
- Student with Disabilities Preparing for Postsecondary Education: Know Your Rights and Responsibilities
- Transition of Students with Disabilities to Postsecondary Education: A Guide for High School Educators
- Annual Wheelchair Basketball Benefit for the Zech DeVits Memorial Equipment Fund
- Reasonable Accommodation Plans
- Academic Coaching
- Assistive Technology and Equipment Loans
- Referral for Diagnostic Testing
- Request for Reduced Course Load Verification for Health Insurance and Athletic Participation
- A diagnosed disability, including students taking one course at NHTI
- A history of a disability, but has not previously received service
- A history of school difficulties, and who may have an undiagnosed learning disability or attention deficit disorder or other disability
- Students are given equal opportunity to pursue programs of study and are evaluated with the same course objectives as all other students.
- Accommodations such as extended time on tests and separate quiet test environment may help students to achieve course objectives.
- Faculty determine what is reasonable and are required to assist you if you have a plan.
- Accessibility Services records are confidential and kept separate from the Registrar, Admissions and other department records.
Office of Accessibility Services
Academic Center for Excellence (ACE)
31 College Drive
Concord, NH 03301
TTY (603) 223-2316
Fax: (603) 230-9309