"I really believe that the faculty and staff at SNHU are committed to my success."
My military service ended in 2006. I had many different jobs after I came home from the military—too many, in fact. I was sick of working a job that had no future. I balked and stuttered many times before I actually took the leap into higher education. I visited various local schools, but I was scared and didn't know if I could succeed. That fear almost cost me a great opportunity.
In October of 2013, I saw commercials for SNHU every night for about a week straight. I decided to call that next Monday, and was enrolled in a BS in Computer IT and starting classes by the beginning of November. The support from my family and friends has been great, but it was no surprise. What did surprise me was the level of support from SNHU. I really believe that the faculty and staff at SNHU are committed to my success. It does not matter who I reach out to, everyone from my academic advisor to instructors and professors are there to support my education.