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At SNHU, you can explore your interests and passions in and out of class – from hospitality to hiking, communication to concerts and finance to Frisbee – so you become exactly what you want to be while you enjoy fun school traditions and activities on a beautiful New England campus. Our faculty and staff will challenge you, support you, really get to know you and prepare you for your future. It’s a once-in-a-lifetime chance to gain the skills and experience you need to achieve your goals!
We don’t know how some of SNHU’s campus traditions began, but we do know there are a bunch of them we love. How about late-night breakfast during finals week? Or SNHU-only shopping night at Target?
Our clubs and other student organizations provide big opportunities to discover yourself and do what you love. Go camping, run for office or row a boat. Escape a zombie apocalypse, decorate a cake, play hockey, organize an awesome campus event or try a hundred other ways to get involved outside of class. And if we don’t have the exact club you’re looking for, we’ll help you start one.
At SNHU, you’ll join, experience, lead and discover parts of yourself you might not find anywhere else. We happen to think that’s what college is all about.
At SNHU, our top priority is ensuring students graduate with skills and experience they need to succeed in today’s competitive job market. Employers recognize the valuable experience outside the classroom in internships, alternative spring break programs, community service work-study, and service learning opportunities gained by many SNHU students.
The Southern New Hampshire University "Penmen" compete at the NCAA Division II level in men's baseball, basketball, hockey, lacrosse, soccer, tennis, golf and cross country running, and in women's basketball, cross country running, lacrosse, soccer, softball, tennis, golf and volleyball.
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If you catch a cold, or burn yourself on the stove, the Wellness Center offers treatment for that. If you just need to talk about the issues in your life, we have professional counselors who will sit down with you.
SNHU seeks to create and connect with the community of color on and off campus. We work with students, faculty, and staff from across the university to create a welcoming and supportive campus environment.
The Wolak Learning Center offers the JumpStart Summer Bridge Program which is designed to help you make the best transition to the on-campus experience. Once you're here, you'll have access to tutoring, study skills mentoring, and remedial assistance in specific courses.
At SNHU, we comply with the guidelines of Section 504 of the 1973 Rehabilitation Act and the Americans with Disabilities Act, as amended, by making reasonable accommodations on a case-by-case basis for eligible students with disabilities.
SNHU is committed to the academic growth and development of all of our students. With support from SNHU, you'll make yourself and your family proud.
Through Campus Ministry, students share their faith and explore their spirituality. We also provide spiritual direction and counseling.
When you arrive on campus, you'll have access to all the resources available at SNHU to help you be the best you can be. If you feel behind, we'll help you catch up. If you want to challenge yourself, tell us where you want to push yourself and we'll take you there.
Your safety is important to us. We work around the clock to maintain campus safety through a variety of initiatives. We also offer escort and education services.
At the Center for Community Engaged Learning we envision a campus where all students are civically engaged and committed to social action. We work to meet this vision every day by creating and sustaining service and leadership opportunities for students that focus on civic engagement.
The Shapiro Library features an extensive collection of books and journals as well as access to the leading academic and business databases.
For information on meal plans, dining dollars, penmen cash, penmen change, catering, and food offered in the dining center.
Interested in living on our 300-acre campus? From our extensive housing options to our vibrant events calendar, residence life here is rich and full and it's easy to see why three-quarters of SNHU undergraduate students live on campus. Review SNHU's housing options (including wellness housing) and make sure you submit the Residence Agreement and the Residence Preference form now to secure your space.