SNHU graduate Raena Cing lives on Tinian, one of the three main islands of the Commonwealth of Northern Mariana Islands. Without an online program, her bachelor’s degree in justice studies wouldn’t have been possible. See how this online program transformed her life and the lives of those around her.
Almost everyone has heard the term political science. But how many actually know what makes up this wide-ranging field?
As an editorial board member of The Penmen Review, SNHU’s online journal for creative writers, Jessica Purdy especially enjoys reading the poetry submissions each month.
The Boston Celtics and SNHU helped make wishes come true today with the opening of a state-of-the-art technology lab at Cheshire Elementary School.
We posed the question, “Why is education important?” to SNHU President/CEO Paul LeBlanc. In response, LeBlanc shares his own journey in education and why education is important to society.
The New York Red Bulls announced today a partnership with Southern New Hampshire University (SNHU) to expand educational opportunities for players, students, and the greater New York-New Jersey community.
The New Hampshire Primary has been central to the selection of our presidential nominees and ultimately, to the selection of our president, going back 100 years.
Stories about the lack of viable candidates to fill critical STEM roles seem to dominate the business news these days, along with how important STEM education is to ensuring the U.S. remains globally competitive.