Join more than 26,000 students and graduates from Texas who chose Southern New Hampshire University to earn their degree and reach their goals.
24/7 Student Support
Don’t worry about the time difference. Tech support and drop-in tutoring are available 24/7.
Your Service Deserves Our Support
We know Texans have a long and honored military tradition and we’ve been a proud military supporter since World War II. In addition to low online tuition, no set class times and some of the best support in higher education, active-duty U.S. service members and spouses can qualify for tuition discounts of up to 30%. We also accept military tuition assistance, VA education benefits and MyCAA scholarships for spouses.
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Save Even More with Texas Partnership Discounts
SNHU has articulation agreements with 15+ community colleges and more than 30 workforce partners in Texas. We also work directly with 2 community-based degree pathway programs: GraduLet in Houston and PelotonU in Austin.
Meet Some Fellow SNHU Texans
Eliana Cornejo ’23 - San Antonio, Texas
Eliana emigrated from Mexico and pursued college after high school, but she put her education on hold as a military spouse. Through SNHU’s Operation Homefront partnership, Eliana was awarded a full scholarship to enroll online. She earned her bachelor’s degree in business administration and plans to work at a nonprofit organization to serve her community.
Stephanie Molina ’18 ’20G - Corpus Christi, Texas
Stephanie is the first person in her family to earn a college degree. Stephanie earned a bachelor’s in business and master’s in human resource management, all while working full time, caring for her children and managing a small art business. Inspired by a class project, Stephanie founded a second small business to provide printing services to her local community.
Frequently Asked Questions
Can you get an online degree in Texas?
Yes! In fact, there are more than 26K students and alumni from Texas who chose to earn their degrees online from Southern New Hampshire University.
You can earn an online degree from wherever you have internet access. SNHU has offered education online since 1995, meaning over 25 years of honing a flexible, affordable and effective approach to online learning.
Plus, SNHU offers more than 200 accredited, online programs that can help you advance your career. What degree program will you choose to move forward?
Is SNHU accredited in Texas?
Southern New Hampshire University is accredited by the regional accreditor the New England Commission of Higher Education (NECHE). Regional accreditors are typically considered the most prestigious.
So, when you graduate, your degree will be more widely recognized, whether you live in New Hampshire, Texas or anywhere in between.
The university also carries specialized accreditations for particular programs.
Is an online degree taken seriously?
Absolutely! The perception of online degrees has drastically changed over the years.
Employers throughout Texas recognize the convenience and effectiveness of online education, and reputable institutions like SNHU have invested in high-quality online platforms, ensuring that the academic experience is on par with traditional methods.
How do I start an online degree?
Getting started with your online degree can be easy.
First, submit the application. At SNHU, it’s a free, 5-minute online form. Once accepted, decide how you’d like to pay for college. We can help with this.
Then, your admission counselor can help you register for courses and your academic advisor will work with you to map out a degree plan!
There are 5 graduate terms and 6 undergraduate terms in a year, so you never have to wait to get started.
And, if you already earned some college credit, SNHU will request transcripts to see what might transfer.
All this to say, graduation might be sooner than you think!
Is an online degree worth it?
If getting your degree online is the only way you can make college work for you and your schedule, it’s most certainly worth it!
By taking courses through an online university like SNHU, you’ll learn both foundational knowledge and real-world skills needed to succeed beyond the classroom.
Is it cheaper to go to a university online?
It can be! It’s oftentimes another reason Texans choose to take classes online instead of enrolling in a private or public Texas university.Save on:
- Tuition, since online classes are typically more affordable
- Gas, because you won’t need to commute
- Childcare, since you can study and be home when you need to be