The New Hampshire Institute of Art (NHIA) offers many academic support services to students so they can be successful during their time here and as they enter into their career.
Academic Support Center
Whether you’re struggling with that art history essay or simply want a quiet space to work on your iambic pentameter, the Academic Support Center offers a wide range of resources to help you perform at your best. Get one-on-one help with your writing or other academic skills, brainstorm ideas for your studio project, or find assistance with time management. NHIA’s team are committed to providing you the support you need to succeed.
The center is open to students Monday through Friday and is fully equipped with computers, printers, Internet access and assistive technology. Appointments can be made via email KrisDroney@nhia.edu. Centers staff also work closely with undergraduate faculty to make sure they’re offering the support you need to meet your program’s goals.
Fuller Hall, 156 Hanover Street, Manchester
Phone: (603) 836-2581
The New Hampshire Institute of Art's disability services are maintained by our Academic Support Center, and are founded on the same commitment to giving every student the resources they need to perform at their best. The office will grant students academic accommodations on a case-by-case basis. Disabled students should contact the Disability Services Director to set up a meeting, where you’ll talk about your needs and review documentation. Contact the office KrisDroney@nhia.edu for more information.