SNHU Advantage Program Online Open House
Heralded by the Boston Globe as "a revelation for recessionary times," the SNHU Advantage Program is a cost-effective and accessible way for students to earn an associate degree or begin working on a bachelor's degree, while saving on tuition, staying close to home, and balancing life's many responsibilities.
Based at SNHU's Salem Center in Salem, New Hampshire, Advantage is a "two year program in a four year university" offering the opportunity to earn up to 36 credits a year with a tuition that is 66% less than most colleges and universities. Classes are small and the schedule offers maximum convenience.
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About the SNHU Advantage Program
SNHU students, faculty and staff share their experiences with the SNHU Advantage Program, one of education's best kept secrets. At a savings of nearly 60 percent off full-time undergraduate day school tuition, Advantage features small classes, great schedules, 12-week terms, and regular access to faculty, advisors and tutoring.
The SNHU Advantage Program is based at SNHU's Salem Center in Salem, New Hampshire.
Learn more at http://www.snhu.edu/7212.asp
SNHU Student Testimonial, Tiana Pare
From small classes to set schedules, SNHU Tiana Pare shares her experience as an SNHU Advantage Program student.
SNHU Student Testimonial, Michael Miller
SNHU Advantage Program student Michael Miller talks about his experience with the innovate Salem, New Hampshire-based program.
Miller is taking the same classes offered on the main campus at SNHU, but at a fraction of the price, and credits the support and opportunity available through Advantage for helping him achieve the most from his educational pursuits.
SNHU Student Testimonial, Scott LaFleur
SNHU student Scott LaFleur shares his experience with the SNHU Advantage Program, including how the program's structure helps him juggle work and school, all while saving nearly 60 percent off full-time undergraduate day school tuition.
SNHU Faculty Testimonial, Susan McKenzie
Faculty member Susan McKenzie shares her experience teaching at the SNHU Advantage Program.
Cassandra Sullivan - College, rewired - Summer 2012 - Focus Magazine
Innovative approaches help higher education connect to productivity. Bonus material for Summer 2012 issue of Focus Magazine. Read the full issue here: http://focus.luminafoundation.org/summer2012/