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.
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 Your 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 Your 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. Sign Up For Accepted Student’s Day
Students who have submitted a deposit need to attend to the steps below. The links below contain forms and information to help you prepare for enrollment in the fall, however the links are not yet live. Check Back after May 1, 2015.
If you have been accepted to New England College, you and your family are invited to campus to enjoy a day of activities that will help you become more familiar with the New England College community and the many opportunities that await you here. Accepted Student’s Day is a special program designed to offer all the information you need to choose New England College. Even if you previously visited for a tour or other campus event, this day offers unique insights into being a Pilgrim! This is a community experience where many individuals and offices from around campus will be available to answer questions. While at lunch sit and meet your future faculty members and ask them questions about the classes you will be taking. All accepted and deposited students are encouraged to attend. Visit our Admission Visit page
to sign up for Accepted Student’s Day or our other events date.
1. Complete Your Housing Preference Form
Housing Contract 2015-16
2. Complete Your Health Resource Forms
Information about the Wellness Center and all forms you may need to fill out for school or the athletic department.
3. Complete Your Campus Safety Forms (Emergency Contact and Car Registration)
Emergency Contact Form and Vehicle Registration Form
4. Complete Course Selection Survey
A new survey will be available soon for the Fall 2015 classes.
5. Login to MYNEC, Webmail, and Blackboard
IT Login information will be emailed out to each student individually after May 15,2015.
6. 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 email@example.com 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 firstname.lastname@example.org. Representatives will also be available to meet with you one-on-one at the Fall Orientation. .
7. Save the Date for Summer Orientation
June 19-June 20 and July 24-July 25
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. Bookstore
603.428.2220. Campus Safety
603.428.2323 CampusSafety@nec.edu. Information Technology Help Desk
603 428.2350 HelpDesk@nec.edu All questions about computer and network related issues can be made here. 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! NEC Switchboard
603.428.2211. 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. Pathways Center
603.428.2218 Pathways@nec.edu Staff can field questions regarding course registration, accommodations for students with Learning Differences, career counseling, academic advising and tutoring services. Registrar’s Office
603.428.2203 RegistrarsOffice@nec.edu Call here in order to receive a copy of a schedule or a transcript and to check the availability of courses. Student Financial Services
603.428.2226 SFS@nec.edu This office can answer questions regarding billing, methods of payment, financial aid, due dates and student accounts. Wellness Center
603.428.2253 WellnessCenter@nec.edu General health questions can be addressed here.