Campus living is an exciting educational experience. Southern New Hampshire University is committed to maintaining an environment that will provide opportunities to grow, to learn, to accept adult responsibilities, to make intelligent choices, to foster friendships and to increase self-awareness.
Living on campus is a privilege reserved for full-time traditionally-aged undergraduate day students.Two-thirds of SNHU undergraduate students live on campus, and it’s easy to see why. From our extensive housing options to our vibrant events calendar, residence life here is rich and full. Here are some details:
Apartments consist of the East Side Apartment Area and the West Side Apartment Area. Students share a common kitchen, living room and bath.
Residence halls consist mainly of double rooms in suites with various capacities; students share a common lounge and bath. Furnished with desks, chairs, beds, drapes and wardrobes.
The Student Townhouses are furnished with desks, chairs, beds, drapes and wardrobes. They also have living room and kitchen furniture, and a stove and refrigerator. Juniors and seniors usually reside in the townhouses.
In 1993, Wellness Housing was formed at SNHU to provide students with an option that was supportive of substance-free living.
A list of answers to commonly asked questions about residence life on campus at SNHU.
Here you will find information on housing options both on campus and off campus. SNHU requires all new ESL and Undergraduate students to live in on-campus housing with the exception of married students.