Social Media Directory

Join the conversation on social media.

Following the SNHU accounts is a great way to connect with the community and stay up to date on university news. Don’t forget to tag us when you share. Whether you tell your #SNHU story, share your #PenmenPride or show us the ways you #seeyourselfsucceed, we want to hear about it!

SNHU Official Channels

Campus Channels

Additional Campus Channels
SNHU Alumni
SNHU Penmen
Center for Community Engaged Learning
Conference & Event Services
Student Involvement
Places of Interest
Book Store
Quill Restaurant
Residence Life
Shapiro Library
Career Development
SNHU Transfer
Special Interest
Center for Women's Business Advancement
Diversity Initiatives
Program in Community Mental Health (PCMH)
SNHU Military

Online Channels

Additional Online Channels
Maine Center
Manchester Center
Nashua Center
Salem Center
Seacoast Center
Career Services
Career Services
Special Interest
Be A Social Entrepreneur
Penmen Review
Writing at SNHU
SNHU Military


The President's Corner
SNHU President Paul J. LeBlanc shares his thoughts on university initiatives, education, his travels, everyday life and world matters.
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Be A Social Entrepreneur
Resources and current events about social entrepreneurship. Social entrepreneurs are not just activists or business people. They are innovators who are using their skills and knowledge of business and finance to implement positive change in the world.
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The Penmen Review
The Penmen Review is Southern New Hampshire University's online journal for creative writers. The journal encompasses The Review itself, which provides writers of all calibers, with an opportunity to submit poetry, essays, book and script excerpts, and short stories for potential publication. We also offer tips and advice from seasoned writers and industry professionals. The Spotlight features interviews with noted and new writers, along with some of SNHU’s creative writing students, too.
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SNHU Career
The SNHU Career blog offers resources and tools to help students develop into networked, confident and employable graduates.
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