April 2, 2015
Southern New Hampshire University’s College of Online and Continuing Education has announced, for the fourth consecutive year, that it will hold its tuition rates at 2012 levels. Students taking courses online or at SNHU’s centers in NH and Maine will continue to benefit from affordable access to undergraduate and graduate degree programs.
The tuition freeze also applies to SNHU’s Advantage Program, offered exclusively at the university’s Salem, NH, campus. The Advantage Program has been nationally recognized as a low-cost, no-frills approach to higher education for students with limited time and resources.
“At Southern New Hampshire University, we believe education should be accessible and affordable for everyone,” said Steve Hodownes, CEO of SNHU’s College of Online and Continuing Education. “That’s why we’ve kept our tuition the same for all 200 of our online programs for the last four consecutive years.”
The tuition freeze is part of the university’s ongoing commitment to affordable access to quality higher education. Two years ago, SNHU renegotiated agreements with textbook and e-book vendors, forgoing commissions on books sold through publishers – a common practice in higher education – and passing along substantial savings to students since.
Long recognized as a top Military Friendly® School, SNHU also provides active-duty military servicemembers and spouses with a 30 percent discount for online undergraduate courses and a 25 percent discount for online graduate courses. These discounted rates are available online and at SNHU’s regional centers in Nashua, Manchester, Portsmouth and Salem, NH, and Brunswick, Maine.
Learn more about SNHU’s online programs.
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