Location
Concord, NH
Undergrads
1,985
Tuition (in-state)
$15,936 ($7,360)
Admission Difficulty
Average
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Reviews 267 total reviews with an average rating of 3.7

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4 College Junior

Overall Experience: NHTI has great professors, and provides a quality affordable education. I have thoroughly enjoyed my time here, and would do it all again without question.

2 College Junior

Campus Resources: The school computers are old and slow. There are only a couple computer labs that are open to everyone most are classrooms. The network is unreliable, and the internet is unbearably slow. I use my personal laptop as often as possible, but avoiding school computers isn't always feasible.

3 College Junior

Campus Resources: There is a brand new library, bookstore and student center. The school is growing very fast and is trying hard to modernize buildings and beautify the campus. I've been here a few years and the changes are quite dramatic. There is a fireplace, pool tables, TVs etc. in the student center, lots of activities. My personal favorite is when the drama students put on plays.

Despite improvements, most buildings are very old and dated and this is very problematic at times.

5 College Junior

Academic Flexibility: NHTI offers numerous evening courses. I actually prefer them, the classes are smaller and the professors are more laid back. Many are really fun, and the environment is always great. I had a grueling chemistry course last semester in the evenings, very small class of maybe 10. Demanding and difficult course, but everyone worked well together and it was really enjoyable.

3 College Junior

Online Courses: I'm personally not a fan of online courses in general, I prefer to be in the classroom. I did take an online math course, and I missed having in person instruction. Not really the right person to rate online courses.

4 College Junior

Tuition & Financial Aid: The people in the financial aid office - well, they could be nicer. However, they are good at what they do and work hard on behalf of the students. The school froze tuition last year and recently announced a reduction in tuition for the next school year. Always room for improvement, but the education offered is a great value.

5 College Junior

Student Body: The student body is phenomenally diverse. There are numerous refugees from many different nations on campus, many from Africa, who are learning English and getting an american education. Their story is remarkable. I had a course with a guy a few years ago who spent years fleeing from one country to another on the run from factions, who witnessed the slaughter of his family. He works nearby, has learned english and is taking advantage of all the school offers. It's really amazing to see what these people have overcome and how much faith they have in their futures.

There is a Christian club on campus and many political activities. I was part of a delegation to greet Second Lady Jill Biden in 2012. There isn't a very vocal or visible LGBT community on campus, but there are several LGBT students.

College Junior

Career Services: I haven't graduated yet, so I really can't speak to the quality of post-grad services.

4 College Junior

Facilities: NHTI opened a new building a few years ago, Grappone Hall, which is LEED certified. Very green building, and the best on campus. Farnum Hall is for the IT program, and has a lot of high-end equipment, like Cisco routers and phones for the networking and VoIP classes. The Bistro in Sweeney Hall has a Subway restaurant.

4 College Junior

Academic Experience: NHTI's IT program is terrific. The department head and his professors are very knowledgeable and eager to help. The school pays for a premium subscription to Microsoft's DreamSpark in which Microsoft provides their software, except Office, to IT students at no cost to them. I've gotten more than $30,000 in software through DreamSpark including Visual Studio 2013 Ultimate which retails for around $12,000.

The courses are mostly well balanced. The school is very Microsoft focused, while the IT program has a definite Android bias. I wish I could take a course on iOS programming or learn more about Apple products and their ecosystem but it's not offered. Depending on your concentration (Networking or Application Development) there are many certifications you can achieve, most notably Ciscos CCENT and CCNA certifications and CompTIAs A+. NHTI is a Cisco Academy.

4 College Junior

Academic Experience: The courses offered are better than other colleges in the area, but are lacking. In fairness, it is a small community college that is struggling to keep up with the surge of new students. Most professors are wonderful; very nice, personable and approachable and genuinely enjoy teaching. My time at NHTI is almost up but I wouldn't trade the experience for anything, it's a wonderful school.

3 College Sophomore

Overall Experience: There could have been a little bit more variety in classes.

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3 College Sophomore

Academic Flexibility: There wasn't much in academic flexibility, not many of each class offered.

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3 College Sophomore

Facilities: It is a small community college that did have an overall decent facilities compared to other schools in the state.

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3 College Sophomore

Career Services: The career center was okay. They did help finding other schools .

1 person found this useful Report
College Sophomore

Online Courses: I didn't take online courses, but from what I hear they were just as helpful as in-class courses.

1 person found this useful Report
4 College Sophomore

Tuition & Financial Aid: It really helped with covering the costs of tuition and dorms.

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4 College Sophomore

Academic Experience: The teacher's really helped the students when they asked. They knew their subjects well.

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4 College Sophomore

Academic Experience: The variety of classes was great with all teachers really optimistic about their subjects.

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4 College Sophomore

Student Body: They really do help with running things on campus. They host a variety of activities that keep the students attracted to the school.

1 person found this useful Report
3 College Senior

Student Body: I'm not much a fan of people in general, especially the ones that still think this is high school.

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4 College Senior

Facilities: Everything is great except the cafeteria food but we have a Bistro to offset that.

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4 College Senior

Academic Experience: I really enjoy the atmosphere and effort put through by the school.

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4 College Senior

Academic Experience: I enjoy the dedication to teaching by many of the professors.

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4 College Senior

Campus Resources: More than adequate resources available to students.

1 person found this useful Report
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