Learning how to study in college by getting organized and knowing when to give yourself a break can make your study sessions less stressful and more productive.
Twenty-five Southern New Hampshire University students were among the tens of thousands of women who journeyed to Orlando, Fla., this month to celebrate women in technology.
Helping others is a natural inclination for Abbey Sager. She's been involved with service projects since she was a youngster.
In April, 35 middle school girls spent a day at SNHU for the "I Hate Math" Conference, designed specifically to inspire, encourage, and challenge girls to achieve their academic and personal goals.
Kerri Walker's wanted to go back to school for a long time, but she never dreamed it would soon become a reality when she completed the application for a full-tuition scholarship.
Some wait for inspiration. Others need every detail before they begin. And some say there's always tomorrow. Whatever the excuse, chronic procrastinators are quick to find a reason not to start.
More than 2,200 guests visited campus for an action-packed line up of homecoming events Oct. 13-15, and alumni and students checked in on social media from Tennessee, Minnesota, and Italy.
SNHU unveiled its 24th mini-pitch to help in-need communities across the country. This one was built in partnership with the LA Galaxy Foundation in possibly the neediest of communities.