You’ve worked hard
to get where you are.

And we believe you should get credit for it. Transfer up to 90 undergraduate credits toward your degree at Southern New Hampshire University.

Bring up to 90 Credits with You

We have generous credit transfer policies, accepting up to thirty credits toward an associate degree and up to ninety credits toward a bachelor's degree.

Save Money with SNHU

SNHU is more affordable than you think, and with our generous transfer credit policy and our community college program, you'll be earning your degree in no time. We keep our costs reasonable and we offer a variety of low-cost options and financial aid packages.

Start Your Degree at a Community College

SNHU has agreements with a number of community colleges – start your degree there and finish it here. It gets you started fast and saves you money.

Tailor Your Education to Meet your Needs

Ready to Transfer to SNHU?
Use our transfer checklist to get started today!
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Undergraduate Programs

We have over 100 undergraduate degree programs to choose from!

Academic Calendars

SNHU offers classes On campus, On Location and Online. Our flexible delivery model means that we have many different term schedules.

Online and Continuing Education Term Dates

Term dates, registration dates, holiday/break schedules and other dates of note for graduate students taking classes on location during the evenings and weekends or online.

Financial Aid

Ninety percent of our students receive some form of financial aid which includes need-based grants, academic and commuter scholarships, work-study, and loans. Annually, students received nearly $50 million in financial aid from private, state, institutional and federal sources.

Regional Centers

SNHU offers the flexibility you need to earn the degree you want. Choose from more than 200 undergraduate and graduate programs in business, education and arts & science, including more than 40 specialized MBA programs. So go for it - we'll be with you every step of the way.

Find Your Program.

With more than 200 accredited undergraduate and graduate degree and certificate programs, it's easy to find a program that is right for you.

The Transfer Experience


Transfer Experience Shaida Anderson
Major: Hospitality Management
Hometown: Alton, NH

What brought you to SNHU?

I joined the SNHU campus in the fall of 2012 from NHTI where I earned my associate's degree in hospitality and tourism management. While pursuing my degree, I learned about the opportunities to transfer to SNHU's hospitality management program and decided to spend a third year at NHTI to transfer in 90 credits towards my bachelor's degree.

How has SNHU helped you succeed?

Through my hospitality, management and finance courses at SNHU, I've learned what you need to have in a restaurant to be successful!

What are your future plans?

I really want to own my own restaurant. Coming to SNHU has helped me grasp exactly what I want to do.

Featured Degree Program

Our specialized, leading edge programs will give you an advantage in the job market after graduation:.

With over one hundred undergraduate degree programs to choose from, there’s something for everyone. More Programs.

Contact Us

Office Hours
Monday through Friday, 8 am - 4:30 pm

Phone: 603.645.9687
Fax: 603.645.9693

What Students and Alumni Say About SNHU
Transferring to SNHU was easy for Scott Snyder, thanks to SNHU’s dual admission program. More...
Scott Snyder
Student; On Campus
Global M.B.A. student Rosangela McCann has been a model, entrepreneur and TV co-host. Now she is a full-time student. More...
Rosangela McCann '08
Student; On Campus
I wasn’t happy where I was, and hearing so many great things about SNHU really motivated me to transfer. More...
Rebecca Scalera
Student; On Campus
Nathaniel Boesch has already helped launch a new club, worked for a statewide conservation lobbying group and conducted research about gorillas in Uganda with a faculty member. More...
Nathaniel Boesch
Student; On Campus

Student Ian Nicholas floundered until he came to SNHU. Now he’s thriving.

Ian Nicholas
Student; On Campus

Named Boston’s 40th police commissioner, Edward Davis said SNHU’s flexible weekend schedule perfectly complemented his full-time day job.

Edward F. Davis ’86
Alumnus; On Campus, On Location

Ed Wolak ‘72, ’74 swept floors at Dunkin’ Donuts to help pay for his education. Today he owns more than 70 Dunkin’ Donuts franchises.

Ed Wolak '72 and '74
Alumnus; On Location

Ashley Liadis '02 enjoyed the 3Year Honors Program in Business at SNHU so much that she now recruits students for it.

Ashley Liadis '02
Alumna; On Campus
Transfer student and tennis player Amber Chandronnait is much happier at SNHU. More...
Amber Chandronnait
Student; On campus