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.
Linda McCoy is the 22nd military spouse to receive a full-tuition scholarship from SNHU through its partnership with Operation Homefront. She plans to begin her degree online in the next 3-6 months.
When Sierra Ingram '18MS heard her name called at SNHU's commencement in May, it was her moment to finally exhale. She thought, "This is it. This is real...you can breathe now."
Recognized in 2012 by the Lumina Foundation for its "no-frills approach" to higher education, SNHU's Advantage Program is a low-cost, highly supportive alternative to traditional college programs.
Thinking about earning a degree in accounting? Your learning could prepare you for more jobs than you'd think. There are many alternative careers for accountants across the finance and business world.
Are you wondering how to become a manager? Or are you already a manager, but wondering how to be a good one? Check out this advice from career counselors to discover what makes a good manager.
Whether you're going to be paying out-of-pocket each term or relying on loans, it's smart to consider how you can offset the cost of your college degree by applying for scholarships.
When the director of the Mountainview Low-Residency Master of Fine Arts program went on sabbatical this year, visiting writer Adam Wilson agreed to assume the interim director position.
There comes a point in everyone's life when it's possible to choose to do the right or wrong thing. In 1987, Chuck Gallagher made the wrong choice, and 8 years later, he walked into federal prison.
If you're passionate about organization, love seeing a complex project from start to finish and enjoy simplifying processes to boost efficiency, a project management career might be for you.