January 17, 2013
Southern New Hampshire University is freezing tuition for courses taken online and at our centers in New Hampshire and Maine. The freeze also applies to the Advantage Program.
The freeze locks in 2012 tuition rates for 2013 and applies to undergraduate and graduate courses taken online or at our centers in Manchester, Nashua, Portsmouth and Salem, N.H., and Brunswick, Maine.
The tuition freeze is the university’s latest example of our commitment to make higher education accessible and affordable for all, said Amelia Manning, associate vice president for Advising and Student Support.
"It shows our institutional dedication to keeping costs low while making a quality education an affordable reality," Manning said.
The 2013 tuition freeze comes amidst additional recent efforts to keep costs for students down, including tuition discounts for active-duty military (30 percent for undergraduate, 25 percent for graduate) and new agreements with bookstore vendors that will result in $2.5 million in student savings.
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