Did you know that NHTI has the lowest tuition cost per year in N.H.? And, we make it easy to pay with our flexible options and detailed cost breakdowns!
|NH Resident||Veterans*||NERSP**||Out of State/International|
|Per Credit Cost||$215||$215||$323||$490|
Other mandatory fees below must be added to tuition.
Tuition rates are based on per credit hour cost.
* Veterans Tuition Rates
** The New England Regional Student Program (NERSP) enables a resident of a New England state to enroll in a public college or university in the six state region at 50% above in-state tuition for all of NHTI’s degree and certificate programs. All applicants will automatically be reviewed for New England Regional Student Program eligibility upon application. NHTI considers New England Regional status to be a form of financial aid. For further information, contact a high school guidance counselor or the NHTI Admissions Office.
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Below are the fees established for the 2020-2021 academic year. Your tuition and fees are due two weeks before the first class day of each semester. Some programs require uniforms and/or equipment, and all programs require textbooks. Students are responsible for the purchase of these materials.
Please note: All charges are subject to change without notice.
$100 tuition deposit applies to the following programs: Dental Assisting, Dental Hygiene, Diagnostic Medical Sonography, Nursing (RN and LPN-RN Option), Orthopaedic Technology (Degree & Certificate), Paramedic Emergency Medicine, Radiation Therapy (Degree and Certificate), and Radiologic Technology. This fee is non-refundable and will be credited toward first semester tuition.
$25 per credit hour. Supports Student Center, student activities, and organizations, Wellness Center, Athletics, Health Services, and Campus Safety.
An academic instruction fee for credit courses is charged to all students taking lab, clinical, field experience, or practicum courses. This fee is calculated by subtracting the number of lecture hours from the number of credit hours and multiplying the remainder by $110 for each course. This fee will be added to the normal tuition charge for that course. No academic instruction fee will be charged for co-ops and internships.
$500 per semester
All students enrolled in clinical Dental, Diagnostic Medical Imaging, Nursing, Orthopaedic Technology and Paramedic Emergency Medicine courses will be charged a $500/per semester clinical surcharge.The following courses carry this charge: ADED 113C, ADED 114C, ADED 191C, ADED 196C, ADED 212C, ADED 221C, CAT 204C, CAT 206C, DGMS 291C, DGMS 296C, DGMS 297C, DGMS 298C, NURS 115C, NURS 116C, NURS 117C, NURS 178C, NURS 215C, ORTH 150C, ORTH 220C, PEM 194C, RADT 159C, RADT 164C, RADT 165C, RADT 294C, RADT 295C, RDTH 190C, RDTH 195C, RDTH 290C, RDTH 293C, RDTH 295C, RDTH 296C
Course Fee: All students taking INDS 150C, INDS 250C, MCET 105C, MCET 205C, MCET 250C, MCET 260C MFET 111C, MFET 202C, MFET 220C, MFET 241C, RAET 205C, RAET 210C and RAET 220C will be charged a $50 course fee for each class.
Personal Professional Liability Insurance is mandatory for all students in health and human service-related programs, which include clinicals. The cost is $25 per year. (Note: Liability insurance may be required for students in other programs who participate in an off-campus practicum or internship
All students taking these courses will be charged fees to cover the costs associated with ATI online practice and proctored assessments and tutorials, detailed individualized remediation plans, and end-of-program testing for the NCLEX-RN licensure exam:
- Fall 2020- NURS 115C – $615
- Fall 2020- NURS 116C/117C – $285
- Spring 2021- NURS 116C/117C– $615
- Spring 2021- NURS 215C– $285 plus $385 NCLEX Live Review Course ($670 total)
All students enrolled in the Orthopaedic Technology Degree or Orthopaedic Technology Certificate Program will be charged a $750 per semester clinical surcharge. The following courses carry this charge: ORTH 108C, ORTH 109C, and ORTH 208C.
A $75 fee will be assessed for all students taking HSTM 101C. The fee will defer some of the costs associated with student travel experiences. There will be additional costs to students associated with some of the more extensive trips.
Assignment to an NHTI residence hall is open to any student registered for a minimum of nine credits for the academic year; any Allied Health student who has clinicals; any student who only has one-two classes left to graduate (verified by academic advisor); any ESOL student recommended by the ESOL advisor; and any student with learning disabilities and recommended by Accessibility Services.
Residence Hall Costs
|Fall 2020 Semester||$3515||$1725||$75||$5315|
|Spring 2021 Semester||$3515||$1725||$75||$5315|
|Fall 2020 Semester||$4220||$1725||$75||$6020|
|Spring 2021 Semester||$4220||$1725||$75||$6020|
|Fall 2020 Semester||$4618||$1725||$75||$6418|
|Spring 2021 Semester||$4918||$1725||$75||$6418|
|Fall, Spring, and Summer, 2020-2021|
+ 15-meal plan: $1725 ($1625 + $100 flex)/semester; 19-meal plan: $1875 ($1785 + $100 flex)/semester
If a student does not specify which meal plan they want; they automatically get the 15-meal plan. For meal plan changes student must fill out a Meal Change Form and return it to the Student Affairs Office.
For students who are choosing year-round housing, meal plans are only offered during the Fall and Spring semesters.