University Communications coordinates internal and external communications across the university. As part of the Office of External Affairs, University Communications seeks to elevate the achievements of the SNHU community and capture the SNHU story through the university’s multiple media channels.
Because of where it can take you. The possibilities are endless. You can make a difference in your community, improve your management skills and take what you learn in class into what you do everyday.
For Toni Harris, winning a scholarship to attend the Anita Borg Institute's Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing next month fits perfectly in what has been a life spent interested in computing and technology. She gets it from her dad. Now she's one of the estimated 15,000 women who will gather in downtown Houston over three days in October to listen to experts in technology speak at sessions like, "Blockchain and the Internet of Things" and "Cache Me If You Can."
You're committed to going back to school and know there will be challenges along the way, so what are some things you can do before you start to make you more likely to succeed?
SNHU is proud to be a part of the XQ "Super School" prize, as a partner to RISE High, a new high school that will focus on serving homeless and foster youth in Los Angeles, Calif.
The history of SNHU mascot Petey Penman and the quill is a long one, not only in the Southern New Hampshire University's (SNHU) history, but in the nation's history as well. It is also a unique one.
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