Congratulations & Welcome to New England College!
Fall 2015 Students: We are excited about your acceptance and we promise to guide you along every step toward your enrollment. To get started, it is important that you take these next steps. We encourage you to re-visit this page periodically as we will post updates as the process progresses. Your class Facebook page will also provide updated information.
2015 Fall Calendar
1. Complete the FAFSA to Apply for Financial Aid
Since applying for financial aid is a new experience for most students, we wanted to share these simple steps to ensure you receive maximum consideration for all types of financial aid. Complete and submit the FAFSA
. Beginning January 1, students admitted for the fall semester can complete the online Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and enter the Federal School Code for New England College, which is 002579. For priority consideration, submit the FAFSA by March 1. You can access the online application and find additional information about FAFSA at www.fafsa.gov
. The FAFSA is the only application you need to complete to be considered for all federal, state, and institutional financial aid at NEC. If you have any questions visit the Student Financial Services page
or give the office a call at 603.428.2226.
2. Submit Enrollment Deposit
We request that you submit your enrollment deposit of $300 within 30 days of your acceptance. Your deposit will reserve your place in the incoming class and confirms your acceptance of any merit scholarship you may have been offered. There is an advantage to submitting your deposit sooner as housing assignments are made based on the date in which deposits are received. You may send your deposit by mail along with the Enrollment Status Reply Form to New England College, Office of Admission, 98 Bridge Street, Henniker, NH 03242, or pay online
. Deposits are refundable until May 1, 2015.
3. Join The Class Facebook Page
Class of 2019 Facebook Group
. See what your new classmates are saying on our Class of 2019 page!! Must be logged into Facebook to view. Limited to applicants, accepted & deposited students!
4. Plan A Visit to Campus
If you have not already visited campus, please do so this spring! You and your family are invited to enjoy a day of activities that will help you become more familiar with the New England College community. We offer weekday visits personalized to your interests. Tour campus, meet with an admission counselor and learn more about financial aid. We can also arrange for you to sit in on a class. You can set up your date and time here
The following steps are to followed by students who have been accepted and have paid their enrollment deposit.
1. Login to NEC Webmail and MyNEC
Deposited students receive instructions to log into their NEC Webmail account via email. Your NEC Webmail is the address we will use to send all official correspondence from the college. If you have questions or misplaced your login credentials please contact Holly Kelley at email@example.com
MyNEC– Your portal to your academic, financial, and personal information. You will find your schedule and financial aid award here. Your MyNEC login will be emailed to your NEC Webmail account.
2. Sign up for Summer Orientation
If you are just as excited as we are to have you start here in the fall, you get the chance to come to campus and spend the night! Preparing students to succeed is what we are all about at NEC which is why we have planned our Summer Orientations to have two portions; Creating Academic Success at NEC and The Pilgrimage. For more information and to register visit our Orientation page
3. Complete Housing And Meals Preference Form
NEC is a residential campus with a focus on community living and learning. In order to promote community and help students create their “home away from home,” we require all students to live on campus for three years or 6 academic semesters. Our residential life program seeks to provide a safe and nurturing environment that supports and enhances classroom learning through co-curricular programming, faculty involvement, leadership training, and academic support. Residential Life staff assist all students to make the transition from high school to college as seamless as possible. Housing assignments and roommates will be made once you have submitted your housing contract.Housing and Meal ContractFill out the online PDF and SAVE it to your desktop. Then attach it in an email to firstname.lastname@example.org to submit.
Need advice on what to bring with you to NEC? Here is our What to Bring List
. Want to know more about our Living Learning Communities? Check out the brochure
to learn more. Do you want to take part in NEC Laundry Services program, click here
for more information and to sign up. If you have any questions, please email the Office of Residential Life and Housing at email@example.com.
We look forward to meeting you and having you join our vibrant residential community!
4. Complete Course Selection Survey
We are excited to have you join the academic community here at New England College. In order to register you for your first semester of courses, we need each student to complete one of the following surveys. It is a pre-registration survey that will give us more information about you and your unique desires and circumstances. We will begin creating schedules in the next few weeks and will be in contact with you about the process. We look forward to learning more about you!
-The Pathways-Advising staff
First Year Student Survey
Transfer Student Survey
LAS Course Descriptions (Related to the new student survey)
5. Consider Student Success Resources
Interested in gaining a head start for the fall semester? Are you looking to earn credits, make friends, and explore New Hampshire in the summer? If so, I invite you to join the New England College community July 12th-August 7th for our Summer Seminar Program!
Looking to have someone in your corner as you start college? Consider The Mentoring Program, which provides individualized attention and coaching to help develop skills which support your academic and personal success. Take full advantage of the opportunities at NEC inside and out of the classroom! Mentors help manage time, organize and prioritize, set and achieve goals, and maximize study skills.
6. Complete Wellness Forms
New England College offers a variety of health and counseling services for our students. Treatment for a minor illness or injury, are available on a walk-in basis if there is a provider availability. The Wellness Center can also manage preexisting or chronic illness through partnership with your home primary care provider. The following health information is required to move in for the fall:
These forms will also be mailed to all deposited students along with an envelope to mail it in. All health forms must be returned to the Wellness Center before move in day.
Students that are covered on a current health care policy are not required to have the supplemental Student Health Insurance offered by New England College. After June 15, 2015 you will be able to “OPT OUT” of the school provided health care.
ATHLETES ONLY: All athletes are asked to complete either of these sickle cell test forms, one indicating the results of your sickle cell test or waiving the test. If athletes have any questions please email Heather Jones at HJones@nec.edu or call 603.428.2253
Sickle Cell Test Form or the Sickle Cell Waiver Form
7. Satisfy Fall Semester Invoice by July 15
Fall semester invoices are mailed home and made available online through MYNEC mid-June. Be sure to read all of the important information included with your invoice. You may call or email a Student Financial Services Representative at 603.428.2226 or firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions. If you have remaining requirements for a financial aid application, they will show online through your MYNEC account. Financial aid will apply to your invoice when all requirements are complete so be sure to submit any requested items by July 15. Student Financial Services representatives are available to assist you with payment and financing options at 603.428.2226 or email@example.com. Representatives will also be available to meet with you one-on-one at the Fall Orientation. .
8. Complete Campus Safety Forms
Car registration form will be coming with your tuition bill and all other Campus Safety forms will be filled out on move in day.
Important NEC Phone Numbers
603.428.2223 or 800.521.7642 UndergraduateAdmission@nec.edu Incoming students and returning students are always welcome to stop by and ask questions. Remember, the staff at New England College are always here to help support you throughout your college education. We look forward to welcoming you to campus!
603.428.2220 Find out about textbooks and general school supplies available.
603.428.2323 CampusSafety@nec.edu Questions about campus safety, parking decals, and campus regulations can be answered here.
Disability Services Office
603 428.2302 firstname.lastname@example.org Call here in order to discuss accommodations for students with Learning Differences.
Information Technology Help Desk
603 428.2350 HelpDesk@nec.edu All inquiries about computer and network-related issues can be made here.
603.428.2420 Pathways@nec.edu Pathways-Advising staff can field questions regarding course registration, the mentoring program, summer seminar, career counseling, academic advising and tutoring services.
Office of Residence Life & Housing
603.428.2242 ResLife@nec.edu Any questions regarding housing, roommates, what is allowed in a dorm room, or any student life issues can be referred here.
Student Financial Services
603.428.2226 SFS@nec.edu This office can answer questions regarding billing, methods of payment, financial aid, financial due dates and student accounts.
603.428.2253 WellnessCenter@nec.edu General health and wellness questions, and questions about student health documents can be addressed here.