As a leader in higher education, Southern New Hampshire University aims to transform the lives of students and, in turn, partner with organizations with the same life-changing mission. These alliances enhance opportunities for our students and provide affordable, accessible education for our partners. Whether we’re strengthening our curriculum via projects and speakers from our professional sports partners or we’re supporting events at military bases, our nonprofit model pairs well with the needs of the greater community. Team up with SNHU, and see your organization succeed.
In 1961, President John F. Kennedy established the international volunteer organization known as the Peace Corps. Volunteers work in every corner of the globe on such projects as teaching environmental awareness or promoting water sanitation. Returned Peace Corps volunteers can apply to be part of the Paul D. Coverdell Fellows program, which allows them to pursue their graduate degree through the SNHU partnership while completing an internship with an underserved community. By taking advantage of the program, Coverdell Fellows receive a significant tuition discount.