SNHU Graduate Programs in Health Information Management, Public Health, Recognized for Academic Standards, Quality
Two graduate programs at Southern New Hampshire University (SNHU) were recently recognized by accrediting bodies for each program’s commitment to industry standards and continuous improvement in higher education in their field.
Southern New Hampshire University's School of Arts, Sciences, and Education secures accreditation from CAEP for educator preparation programs, ensuring high standards and competitive advantages for graduates. The accreditation, effective until Fall 2030, signifies quality and excellence in teacher training.
The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) has changed. But the changes are actually intended to simplify the process of applying for financial aid. Find out more about the recent FAFSA update from a financial aid expert at Southern New Hampshire University (SNHU).
SNHU GEM, represented by Rachael Sears, made waves at the UNHCR Global Refugee Forum 2023 in Geneva. With a focus on increasing refugee access to higher education, SNHU GEM aims to serve 5,000 refugee learners by 2030, emphasizing the transformative power of education in fostering self-reliance for displaced individuals.