Financial Aid can be one of the more intimidating tasks to complete as an incoming student. Always keep in mind that our SFS counselors are only a phone call or email away. If you would like to meet with a staff member in person, please contact SFS by phone 603.428.2226 or email (email@example.com) us to setup an appointment. Click on FAFSA link here. If you have been asked to complete verification forms and need assistance, please call.
Student Financial Services
This office can answer questions regarding billing, methods of payment, due dates and student accounts.
3. Enrollment deposit
After your acceptance, the first step to enroll at New England College is to submit your enrollment deposit of $300 to the Office of Admission. Your deposit is required before you will receive housing information, health forms, class registration, summer orientation, tuition payments, and technology access (after May 1st). Please click here for online deposit. Or mail to: New England College, Office of Admission, 98 Bridge Street, Henniker, NH 03242
4. Sign-up for Accepted Student Day
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 Students 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.Registration begins at 9 a.m. and the event begins at 10 a.m. and runs till 2:30 p.m.
Accepted Student Day II: Saturday, April 19 Sign-up here Accepted Student Day III: Saturday, April 26 Sign-up here
5. Complete housing application
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,” NEC requires all students to live on campus for three years or 6 academic semesters. The goal of our residential life program is to provide a safe and nurturing environment that supports and enhances classroom learning through co-curricular programming, faculty involvement, leadership training, and academic support. We have two residence halls set aside for first-year students: Colby and West. These residence halls exclusively house our first-year students and offer students an opportunity to study together and build lifelong friendships. The residence halls are staffed with full time professional Area Coordinators, Graduate Hall Directors, and upper-class Resident Advisors. The Residential Life staff works to foster a sense of community in each residence hall and works to connect students with activities and events on campus. Residential Life staff assist all students to help make the transition from high school to college be as seamless as possible. Housing assignments and roommates will be made once you have submitted your housing contract. If you have any questions, please contact the Office of Residential Life and Housing at 603.428.2242 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We look forward to meeting you and having you join our vibrant residential community! Housing Contract- 2014-15
6. Submit health resources
New England College offers a variety of health services for our students. We have a full-time nurse who is trained to offer treatment in areas ranging from the common cold, to nutrition counseling. Nurse assessments, and treatment for a minor illness or injury, are available on a walk-in basis. The Health and Wellness Center can also manage preexisting or chronic illness through partnership with your home primary care provider. If you require regular laboratory work, testing can be done on-site and results can be forwarded to the attention of your home doctor for review.The following health information is required. These forms may be found at the top of this page:• A Physical Examination Form completed by your personal physician.• An Admission Health Report Form completed by the student.• A complete Immunization Record completed by your personal physician.For your safety, and the health of the college community, we must have this information on file before you arrive on campus. Failure to provide this information in a timely manner will restrict your ability to live in the residence halls, or make use of the Health and Wellness Center. Physical Exam Form | Health & Counseling Report Form Students that are covered on a current policy are not required to have the Student Health Insurance offered by New England College. If they do not want coverage through NEC, they must “OPT OUT” by going to www.studentplanscenter.com and completing the waiver form. NEC will be notified electronically and the charge will be removed from their account. If they are not sure of their “out of state” coverage, they should contact their provider. Contact Rita Magoon at RMagoon@nec.edu or 603.428.2385 if you have questions about coverage.ATHLETES ONLY:Sickle Cell Disclosure form or Sickle Cell WaiverIf atheletes have any questions please email Heather Jones at HJones@nec.edu or call 603.428.2253
7. Receive your IT log-in
When we receive your deposit and after April 15, you will receive your log in credentials with to the NEC students systems; My NEC, Blackboard and your NEC email address.Your credentials will include your user name, your password, which you will be required to change it once you log in and your email address (Usually your email@example.com )
Please don’t hesitate to contact the admission department with any questions at 603.428.2223 or firstname.lastname@example.org
After you make your enrollment deposit, there are three services you can start using right away.
Account NEC E-mail Account
NEC Blackboard Account
Each of these services and password(s) are described in detail in your technology admissions package, which is sent in mid-May. This information is important and should be stored in a safe place and memorized. All communications from the College will go through your NEC email, so it is essential to switch to using that as your primary email as soon as you have made your deposit.
8. Take the math placement test
More information coming soon.
9. Sign-up for orientation
Attend New Student OrientationOur goal at New England College is to ensure that your transition from high school to college is a successful one. In addition to helping you feel at home as a first-year student, Summer Orientation is designed to answer the many questions you and your parents may have regarding financial aid, work study, course selection, student life, health services and billing. We know this is an important step for everyone in your family and we encourage them to participate as well. There are many benefits to attending one of the orientation day programs. You will meet new classmates and professors, have an opportunity to discuss your course schedule, and begin new life-long friendships! More details will be coming soon.
10. Complete your course selection survey
Pathways-Advising will develop your first semester schedule based upon your responses to a course selection survey and your Math Placement Test scores.
and scroll down to Tests Required for All Licensure Areas (CORE Academic Skills for Educators):
When registering to take the test for the first time make sure you select the Core Academic Skills for Educators: Combined Test (5751). On the website you will be guided through registering for the test. Remember to have your scores sent to NEC as well as the NH State Department of Education.