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5 Things to Do Over Winter Break for Spring Success

Ideas for Winter Break at NHTI

The holidays are done, the weather is colder, and you’re out of class for the next few weeks. It’s easy to fall into the binge pit, playing “Cyberpunk 2077” until your fingers hurt and following it up with an all-night marathon to catch up on a season’s worth of “Mandalorian.” … And that can be just […]

Alumni Spotlight: Eynas Jarrar

NHTI alumna Eynas Jarrar

As part of our ongoing series that highlights NHTI alumni, the following blog post is written by Eynas Jarrar, General Studies graduate in the class of 2020. Ms. Jarrar is currently majoring in Public Health at SNHU and is working as a contact tracer for various government agencies and educational institutions. Finding My Path at […]

NHTI Announces Virtual Ribbon Cutting for Lynx Pantry

New Food Pantry Supports Student Success NHTI – Concord’s Community College is dedicated to supporting students along their education and career pathways; and, this often means addressing the challenges they face that go well beyond the classroom. Despite financial aid and grants, today’s students are struggling with so much more from job pressures, family stresses, […]

Almanac Predicts Snowy Winter – What This Means for Your NHTI Classes

Students in snow at nhti

We’re in New Hampshire. We’re going to have campus closures due to snow and ice. But, this year could be worse than most: The Farmer’s Almanac, the perennial prognosticator written right here in the 603, predicts that this winter will be much snowier than last year, with the white stuff measured in feet rather than […]

Starting Each Day with Gratitude – Especially in 2020

Picture of autumn foliage in New Hampshire

By Kaitlin Moody, director of Student Life As I sit here writing this, I am met with a beautiful view. The branches on the trees moving ever so slightly, the sound of wind chimes in the distance and the leaves changing color with the promise of Fall upon us. Can you believe its already mid-September? […]

President’s Desk: You Do Belong Here

By Gretchen E. Mullin Sawicki September signals the month of new beginnings for me much more so than January does. I am certain that I associate this with the beginning of a fresh new semester, the start of new classes and new professors, and the anticipation of all that the year will bring. I vividly […]

Getting the Real ‘College Experience’ Amid Our COVID-19 Reality

By Jason Wovkanech, Interim Director of Campus Safety The phrase “the college experience” is ingrained in the American lexicon. It has meant many things to college students. Alumni often fondly talk of their college experience. This year will be significantly different. Regardless if you are beginning, continuing, or completing your college career, your college experience […]

Getting Social During the Pandemic: Exploring Virtual Options

A Monthly Blog Series from Student Affairs By Dr. Laura Pantano Twenty-eight years ago this August, I began my college career. Looking back to those first days, I remember being excited about starting a new adventure. The idea of learning material that was interesting and would put me on a path towards a career was […]