Transfer Admission Staff

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Melanie Blackman '14

Julie Callahan
Director of Transfer Admission
j.callahan@snhu.edu

I am proud to say that I have earned two degrees from Southern New Hampshire University. In 2004, I received my B.S. in Business Administration and in 2010 completed my M.S. in Marketing.  I am passionate about working with the transfer student population and here you will find the admission and advising process suited to meet the needs of a transfer student.

In my free time, I enjoy spending time with my family, and our energetic yellow lab, Nixon.

>Brittany Morgiewicz
Assistant Director
b.morgiewicz@snhu.edu

Primary Schools: Students transferring from 4-year colleges and universities.

I graduated in 2010 from Southern New Hampshire University with a B.S. in Business Administration -3 Year Honors Program degree and went on to complete my Masters in Marketing in 2011. I work with students who are looking to transfer from four year institutions to SNHU and also plan all of our on-campus events like Transfer Information Sessions.

I love the sense of community here at SNHU. Everyone is very friendly and welcoming! There is always something happening on campus, whether it is a local comedian at the Last Chapter Pub, or it is a nice spring day and the students are out on Larkin Field playing games.

When I’m not at SNHU, I enjoy going out to the movies, trying new restaurants and going shopping. The Mall of New Hampshire is only 10 minutes from campus!

Monique Dalphond
Admission Counselor
Phone: 603.645.9687
m.dalphond@snhu.edu

Primary Schools: NH: Great Bay Community College, Lakes Region Community College, River Valley Community College, White Mountain Community College. Two-Year Community Colleges in: CT, MA (except Northern Essex Community College), NY, VT and Outside of New England

I joined Southern New Hampshire University after graduating from Quinnipiac University with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Accounting and I will soon begin my Master’s Degree in here at SNHU. I was a transfer student at the undergraduate level and I am very familiar with the questions and concerns students have that go along with the transfer process because I experienced them myself.

My favorite thing about SNHU is the friendly and tight community that forms between the students, faculty, and staff on campus. As a transfer admission counselor my number one goal is to help students transfer into our community as seamlessly as possible so they can have the best college experience possible. Transferring does not need to be a hard and complicated process. I want to be a resource for any student who is looking to transfer to SNHU and make their experience as easy and fun as I can.

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