SNHU Announces Tuition Freeze for 2010-11

Thursday, February 04, 2010
SNHU Communications Office

SNHU is New Hampshire's Most Affordable Private University

In its commitment to ensuring an accessible and affordable education, Southern New Hampshire University has announced it will freeze undergraduate day tuition for the 2010-2011 academic year.

"We have steadily improved SNHU's value to students through expanded programs, sparkling new buildings and other campus improvements, and more learning opportunities, but it isn't enough,” said SNHU President Paul LeBlanc. “Even though we are the most affordable private university in New Hampshire, in this very tough economic climate, we needed to give our current and prospective families some financial breathing space. This tuition freeze and expanded grant aid keeps SNHU in the reach of working- and middle-class families."

Generating innovative financial aid solutions that meet our students’ needs has been an ongoing priority. SNHU understands the economic stresses families are facing and our critical mission is finding new ways to make the dream of attending college a reality.

For instance, students with high school GPAs of 2.5 and higher can qualify for up to $18,000 a year in grants and scholarships.

SNHU will also add $1.5 million to its grant and scholarship awards, for a total of $17 million in 2010-11.

Our admission counselors work to ensure our generous grant and merit aid is distributed equitably among our students.

Read Union Leader article

Please visit SNHU’s Financial Aid page to learn more, and to apply, visit our Apply Now page.

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