John Roos '18 wanted to work at a historic site since he was 10 years old and visited Gettysburg. Without a college degree, he found himself making good money but at a job he didn't enjoy.
While there's no cheat sheet for how to get good grades in college, there are some simple steps you can take to improve your chances of meeting - or even exceeding - your academic goals.
The 3rd annual Vocational Day helped homeless youth in New Jersey learn interviewing and resume-writing skills at Red Bulls Arena.
When Haiti native Jean Besson '14 graduated from SNHU, he didn't just earn a bachelor's degree in business. He also completed a major life goal and inspired his daughters.
More than two dozen women from around the world - all of them are SNHU students earning technology-related degrees - traveled to the 2018 Grace Hopper Celebration in Houston, Texas, in late September.
Fort Smith, Arkansas resident Danielle Hoopes became the first woman to earn a computer science degree from Southern New Hampshire University online.
Kristina Libby overcame congestive heart failure and beat cancer twice. She believes she has a reason for being here: to help others. Her BS in Nursing allows her do that. She's not done yet.
To best equip you to help a child with dyslexia, you could start by furthering your education, particularly with a degree or certificate focused on language-based learning disabilities and dyslexia.
Philadelphia Union and SNHU representatives kicked off U Attend at the Chester Community Charter School this week.
When the school she was attending abruptly closed its doors, Megan Lewis-Taylor faced uncertainty about her education's future. She credits SNHU with helping her find a way to pursue her passion.