SNHU opened the doors to the new College of Engineering, Technology, and Aeronautics (CETA), established to expand affordable and accessible engineering degree programs in the New England region.
Emmanuel Audu came to Southern New Hampshire University from Nigeria with a dream of playing soccer.
Ryan Rivers knew he wanted a change. Now partway through his degree program, he's working in a new field thanks in part to an exploration and development program called Scoring in Transition.
Health information management compiles, records, manages and analyzes patient medical histories using state-of-the-art technology applications and established standards, policies and procedures.
The New England Patriots Foundation and Southern New Hampshire University (SNHU) joined students at two elementary schools on Sept. 19 to unveil state-of-the-art technology labs.
You can make reviewing course information less stressful by learning how to integrate traditional techniques for taking notes with the technological accessibility of note-taking applications.
On Sept. 14 and 15, SNHU had an opportunity to extend its goal of creating real, measurable impact in local communities through its ongoing partnership with Major League Soccer.
Tom Wye '84 and Jane (Cote) Wye '84 met in 1982 at then-New Hampshire College. They were both juniors studying Management Information Systems, and they both interned at the data center on campus.
Mahboba Akhtarzadah contracted the polio virus as a refugee, confining her to a wheelchair. Instead of being debilitating, the disease gave her life purpose and a passion to empower others.
Today, SNHU commemorates its 85th anniversary with a university-wide Founders Day celebration featuring a variety of events.