On Aug. 6, 2021, the U.S. Department of Education announced a final extension of the student loan payment pause until Jan. 31, 2022. On Dec. 22, 2022, an additional extension was granted until May 1, 2022.
If you’re struggling financially, you have multiple payment options when payment resumes on May 1, 2020.
If you are worried you won’t be able to make your next payment after the payment suspension ends, you have options. ED offers a variety of income-driven repayment (IDR) plans based on your income. Under an IDR plan, payments may be as low as $0 per month.
If you’re unsure about your next payment amount, you can also contact your loan servicer to confirm your upcoming payment amount. This info may be available to you online by logging in to your loan servicer’ s website. If you don’t know you loan servicer or can’t log in, call us at 1-800-4-FED-AID (1-800-433-3243) for loan servicer info.
If you would like our office staff to be able to speak with anyone other than you (e.g. your parent/guardian) about your account, you must sign and file a Release of Student Information form with the Registrar’s Office.
Students who will have someone else paying their tuition can set that person up as an “Authorized Payer.” This will allow that person the ability to view charges and make online payments.
NHTI does not send paper bills. It’s your responsibility to view your tuition, fees, and/or dorm expenses online in your SIS account and make payment by the due date (instructions on how to do this).
If you already have an authorized payer account, log in or reset your password.
Planning to Register for Next Semester?
If you have a balance due for the current semester you will be unable to register or receive official transcripts. Please make it a priority to verify your account balance now in your student account at SIS so you do not experience a delay in registering and/or receiving transcripts.
For NHTI to invoice your employer, company, or agency directly for your tuition and fees, the following conditions are required:
- If your employer, company, or agency is paying for your tuition, you need an official letter or Tuition Authorization form from them authorizing us to bill them. This must be submitted at the time of registration prior to the meeting of the first class. The company must be willing to pay upon receipt of the invoice. For NHTI to send an invoice to your employer/agency the letter must be on official letterhead and include:
- Your name
- Company contact name
- Company billing address
- Company telephone
- If applicable, the course and/or maximum amount of tuition allowable
- A separate letter is needed for each semester.
If your employer/agency states that there are any contingencies (i.e. grade of “C” or better, upon completion, reimbursement, etc.), NHTI cannot bill them directly. You must pay the semester charges by the tuition due date and receive reimbursement from your employer/agency.
If your employer/agency offers a reimbursement program, you are responsible for your tuition and fees. We do not offer deferments. For payment information please visit How to Pay Your Tuition and Fees.
If your employer/agency is not in a good standing with NHTI, we reserve the right to decline future payment authorizations from them.
Note: It is your responsibility to make sure that your employer/agency pays the invoice. If the company fails to pay the invoice, you as the student will be responsible for the bill and you will not be eligible to register for any future courses until the bill is paid in full.
If you have any questions, please contact the Bursar’s Office at NHTIbursar@ccsnh.edu or 603-230-4012.