Whether you've wanted to return to school to finish a degree started long ago or are finally getting the chance to follow your dreams, 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 to ensure you're 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.
Spare time is at a premium in everyone's life. So how in the world does anyone make the decision to go back to school in the midst of all of those other competing demands on their time?
How an MBA program in Healthcare Informatics helped Physician Thomas Scott '15 develop the business skills he needed to get ahead.
As part of its seventh annual "Opportunity Across America" back-to-school bus tour, the U.S. Department of Education (DOE) visited Southern New Hampshire University (SNHU) on Friday, September 16.
Whether you're returning to school or considering earning a bachelor's degree for the very first time, chances are one of your first questions will concern how long it will take.
Scott Saktanaset '14MBA knew he wanted to get out from in front of a computer screen and in front of a boardroom. He used an SNHU MBA degree to accomplish his goals.