Southern New Hampshire University's Advantage program, located in Salem, NH, is an affordable way to pursue your associate degree while working, living at home and saving money. You can earn your Associate of Arts in Liberal Arts in 2 years - for just $885 per course.
Held in a traditional classroom setting, SNHU's Advantage program courses are offered in a set morning schedule, so you can earn your degree while still working full time.
After graduation, you can continue your education by pursuing a bachelor's degree at the Manchester campus, at the Salem Center or online.
Here are the top advantages of SNHU's Advantage Program:
Significant savings compared to SNHU's on campus tuition and fees
Regular morning classes, between 8 am and 12:45 pm Monday-Thursday
One-on-one support from advisors and faculty, small classes and a supportive community
Tutoring and library services onsite and online
Upon successful completion of your associate degree, you'll receive automatic acceptance into SNHU's on campus undergraduate program. You can also choose to continue your education in Salem or by enrolling in one of SNHU's online undergraduate programs.
Because your associate program courses are part of SNHU's Bachelor of Science/Bachelor of Arts core curriculum, your earned credits will transfer into the bachelor's program of your choice within SNHU (with the exception of education programs). Merit-based scholarships, ranging from $2,000 to $15,000, are also available.
We recommend applying early, as the program accepts a limited number of students per year.
Attend an Advantage open house or event to learn more about our offerings and how you can get started in the program.
SNHU Advantage Program student Michael Miller talks about his experience with the innovate Salem, New Hampshire-based program.
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% off full-time undergraduate day school tuition.
Faculty member Susan McKenzie shares her experience teaching at the SNHU Advantage Program.
Innovative approaches help higher education connect to productivity. Bonus material for Summer 2012 issue of Focus Magazine