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In order to protect the health and wellbeing of our community, SNHU is postponing or canceling all external campus events through May 1 and canceling all daily tours through April 4. For up-to-date information about event schedules, visit our campus tours and admission events page. You can also view the most recent information about SNHU’s response to Coronavirus.
We realize it might be difficult to make a long-term decision about college right now. In order to alleviate some of the financial hardship and stress around the college decision process, we’ve approved a discounted deposit rate of $100, extended the deadline to June 1, and are granting the $1,000 visit grant to all students.
Admission teams are assessing our ability to resume campus visits and events on a regular basis, and will be in touch immediately if there is any change. Learn more about SNHU’s response to COVID-19.
Have questions? Schedule a virtual meeting with a campus admission counselor. Just email email@example.com with your contact info and your personal counselor will reach out to schedule a time to chat.
SNHU has great academic programs, a continuing dedication to career development and countless opportunities to get involved in sports, internships, student organizations and more. We’ve got new, comfortable residence halls, state-of-the-art academic buildings and plenty of space to live, play and learn.
Schedule a visit to our great campus and meet the students, faculty and staff that make Southern New Hampshire University a warm, welcoming place.
Innovation. Excellence. Opportunities. When students come to SNHU, this is what they expect. With our dedicated support services and transfer-friendly policies, our admission team will walk you through every step in the process to ensure a smooth transition.
If you would like to study on our main campus in Manchester, New Hampshire, visit our International Students page for admission information.
SNHU is one of the most affordable private universities in New England, and over 90% of our students receive financial aid.