With more than 200 accredited undergraduate and graduate degree and certificate programs, it's easy to find a program that is right for you.
Curious about what it's like to be an online student? Learn about our supportive SNHU online community.
Undergraduate term starts 06/13/16
Graduate term starts 05/23/16
You’ve got big plans, lots of interests and plenty of questions. We’ll help you connect the dots.
Undergraduate term starts 09/07/16
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"SNHU will pay attention to your experience and see how best to take you to the next level. That is why I came here."
"All the coursework I had at Southern New Hampshire University has helped me in my job."
"It is so comforting to know that this university is so rich in tradition."
Arlene, Class of 2014
"My student experience helps me more than any other skill."
Ashley, Class of 2002
"This degree gives me the right path for what I need to prevail to be a good agent or better."
Douglas, Class of 2016
"SNHU has helped me every step of the way. . . their military advisors are the best."
Michael, Class of 2014
"I could actually apply everything that I was learning in school the next day when I went back to the job."
"I know my investment in my education here will help me achieve my goals in the future."
Kelli, Class of 2014
"I feel very successful...it has everything to do with my time at SNHU."
Nicole, Class of 2006
"You have to be willing to work hard and gain experience."
Abbi, Class of 2008
"I couldn’t have picked a better master’s program for what I need"
To the remarkable SNHU ruckers and volunteers, whatever your reason to ruck today, finish strong. #WhyWeRuck #ToughRuck2016
For the fallen. To push ourselves physically. To challenge ourselves mentally. To band together. To hangout with the toughest of the tough. For our fathers, mothers, brothers, sisters, sons and daughters who’ve served. Because it’s only 26.2 miles. #WhyWeRuck
Leo Casado ’14: Where My MBA Has Taken Me
We asked Brian Vas, assistant vice president of Career Advising | SNHU Career, "Why is education important?"
An English degree prepares you for the world. It teaches you how to analyze information, craft stories, present ideas, think critically. What can I do with an English degree? In a word, anything.
The online MBA/no GMAT format at SNHU allows applicants to begin their program faster, especially since there are five terms in which you can start each year.