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Earning an online writing degree helped Audrey Greathouse turn her passion into a career. Today, she’s making best-sellers lists.
Because of where it can take you. The possibilities are endless. You can make a difference in your community, improve your management skills and take what you learn in class into what you do everyday.
Kepler, a nonprofit university program based in Africa, provides its graduates with a unique credential through its close partnership with Southern New Hampshire University’s innovative College for America program: an American Bachelor of Arts, the same degree that a student in the U.S. would receive upon graduation. Learn why this can make a world of difference in the lives of graduates and their families in Rwanda.
The goal of earning a college degree lingers in the minds of many. For Amy Craton, that glimmer of a thought burned for decades - over five, in fact. The 94-year-old Hawaiian completed her BA in Creative Writing & English in November 2016.
Got college credits you worked hard to earn and hope to transfer? You’re not alone at Southern New Hampshire University. The majority of our online students are transfer students, and we stop at nothing to give you the credit you deserve. We’ll accept up to 90 credits and do all the legwork, saving you time, money and lots of hassles.
But don’t take our word for it. Hear from students who’ve already walked the transfer path at SNHU. Ready to finish what you started? Call us today to learn more about transferring college credits and making the most of all your hard work at SNHU.
When people come together for a common cause, great things happen. It’s why New England Revolution midfielder and SNHU student Kelyn Rowe continually answers the call to help others.
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