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, actively promote the University's interests and strengths, and capture the SNHU story through news releases, photos, video, web posts, social media and other channels. University Communications responds to news media inquiries and connects reporters with the university sources who can best address their questions.
Since 2013, SNHU has been working in Rwanda, in collaboration with Kepler and the IKEA Foundation, to deliver online, competency-based, U.S.-accredited degrees to Rwandan students and refugees through SNHU's College for America program. Tujiza Uwituze, a 25-year old SNHU-Kepler alumna, joined four representatives from the University and Kepler on October 3, 2016, at Sandbox ColLABorative's first Sandbox Speaker Series: University Innovation in Rwanda.
Southern New Hampshire University's Library Learning Commons will be named the Edward S. Wolak Library Learning Commons, in honor of SNHU alumnus and Trustee, Edward Wolak '74.
The Strangers Project, an ongoing collection of more than 20,000 anonymous "journal entries" shared spontaneously by passing strangers, kicked-off its first national story tour at SNHU on September 7.
Southern New Hampshire University (SNHU) has once again been named the most innovative university in the North and one of the nation's "Best Regional Universities" by U.S. News & World Report.