When Katrina Jagroop-Gomes took the stage at the 5th annual SNHU Leads Conference, the students in the audience weren’t much different than she had been just a short time ago. Jagroop-Gomes had been an online student, wondering where her education would lead her and what the future would bring.
When Ricardo Scarello ‘19 crossed the stage to accept his diploma, his service dog Puck was by his side. Scarello didn’t just earn his master’s degree; he earned a master's in IT, by all accounts a challenging program for anyone, let alone someone that’s vision impaired.
In a little more than a month, Michael Garrigan ’19G achieved two major goals. In May, he graduated with his MA in English & Creative Writing, and in June, he published his first chapbook. Ahead of the chapbook's presale, Garrigan spoke about the role his education played in his achievements.
Omoni Williams knows she pours a lot into others, often neglecting her own needs. It wasn’t until her active duty husband went on tour for 17 months that she burned out. In a desire to do something for herself, Williams applied for a full-tuition scholarship to Southern New Hampshire University.