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Online Degree Programs for North Carolina Students

Join thousands of students and graduates in North Carolina who chose Southern New Hampshire University. Whether you've tried college before, or you're just starting out, SNHU's affordable, online degrees are built to fit your life and your goals.


13K Students and Graduates
in North Carolina


Accredited and Nonprofit with
25+ Years of Online Expertise

200+ online programs

200+ Career-focused
Online Degrees

SNHU graduate and North Carolina resident Derald Wise.

Hear from SNHU Students Like You

Derald Wise ’14 ’18G, North Carolina

“The affordability and quality of education, it can be enough to change your life.”

Discover the Value of an SNHU Degree

Pay Less Tuition

Enjoy some of the lowest online tuition rates—plus discounts for active-duty military, employer partners and more

Transfer More Credits

Transfer up to 90 previously earned college credits toward your bachelor’s degree to save time and money

Get Ready for Work

Gain career-focused online degree programs with in demand skills employers are looking for

... and the Benefits of SNHU Partnerships

SNHU has partnered with dozens of employers, military organizations and community colleges throughout North Carolina with the goal of providing even more affordable online degrees to students like you.

You can check whether your employer has already partnered with us.

Debra Blackwell

What SNHU Instructors Are Saying

Dr. Deborah Blackwell, clinical faculty, North Carolina

“We offer flexible online programs, making it easy for students with different schedules and backgrounds to access classes.”

Frequently Asked Questions

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Shawn Hill on the left and Shaquita Callier on the right with the text Scholarship Recipients

Two Military Spouses, Moms Awarded Full-Tuition Scholarships

After careful selection, Shawn Hill and Shaquita Callier became the latest military spouses to earn full-tuition scholarships to SNHU, through the university's partnership with Operation Homefront.

Kimberly Cartier smiling while wearing at cap and gown

High Honors: Kimberly Cartier ’19 Gave It Everything She Had

When Kimberly Cartier traveled to an over-55 community in Litchfield, New Hampshire on Monday with her parents, she thought the family was gathering in recognition of her grandmother, Ruth Roulx, a resident at the community. Little did she know a surprise diploma delivery was in the works, along with a celebration in her honor.

Women in yellow safety vests near a wooden railing in the Utah desert.

39 SNHU Students Spent Spring Break Serving Others

For the last 15 years, Southern New Hampshire University students have spent their spring break completing service projects for communities across the U.S. and beyond. This year, 39 campus students and 8 faculty and staff members traveled to 1 of 4 locations for a week of experiential learning.