Imagine completing your entire degree program and never receiving feedback on an assignment. Envision the road you'd have to travel if you tried to promote within your organization without knowing which skills you needed to strengthen. Imagine setting personal goals for yourself without knowing the impact it has on your family. Imagine life, without feedback.
For international student Angelica Marotta, graduating from Southern New Hampshire University came with an extra surprise.
SNHU students, alumni and employees contributed nearly 4,500 hours at 89 projects as part of Southern New Hampshire University’s second annual Global Days of Service project.
Dr. Marc Wilson has seen the mental health counseling field's and society’s views about mental illness change in myriad ways. His assessment: We’ve come a long way but still have a long way to go.
Southern New Hampshire University congratulates Chelsea Robinson, recipient of the 2016/2017 Student Employee of the Year Award for both SNHU and the state of New Hampshire.
More than 16,000 supporters - friends, families and community members - celebrated the success of 4,600 Southern New Hampshire University graduates in four ceremonies throughout the weekend.
As a 14-year military spouse, Jessica Smyer '17 has seen the effect mental disorders can have on the military community firsthand.
Whether we realize it or not, nurses are critical to our daily lives - working in our schools, physician's offices, hospitals, nursing homes and hospices, and even in our homes.