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Eleshia Louis, an SNHU grad and Virginia resident, in her cap and gown and holding her diploma inside a large arena.

Online Degree Programs for Virginia Students

Join more than 11,000 students and graduates from Virginia who chose Southern New Hampshire University to earn their degree and reach their goals.

Your Service Deserves Our Support

We know Virginians have a long and honored military tradition and we’ve been a proud military supporter since WWII. 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.

Career-Focused Courses

Prepare for your future with online degree programs that can get you workforce-ready, or help you advance in your current career


SNHU is accredited by NECHE - which means we meet certain standards of academic quality and are set up to help students succeed.

Affordable Tuition

Enjoy some of the lowest online tuition rates in the nation – plus discounts for eligible military students.

Save Even More with Virginia Partnership Discounts

SNHU has partnered with employers, military organizations and community colleges in Virginia 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.

Meet Some Fellow SNHU Virginians

Tyler Crouch, an SNHU graduate, military veteran and Virginia resident, wearing light green scrubsTyler Crouch '21G – Salem, Virginia

During his 13 years in the military, Tyler Crouch served as a helicopter crew member and drill instructor during 3 deployments. He left active service in 2014 with the goal to become a nurse. Tyler chose SNHU for his Master of Science in Nursing because it is CCNE accredited and the online program allowed him to complete his practicum in Virginia. Tyler now works as a clinical nurse leader at the Salem Veterans Affairs Medical Center.

SNHU in Your Community

Loretta Gray, an SNHU graduate and Virginia resident, holding her framed diploma and wearing her cap and gown.After learning Loretta Gray '21 was in the final term of her bachelor's degree program, SNHU representatives got to work on a surprise diploma delivery for the soon-to-be graduate. What started with a tweet from Loretta's husband, culminated with SNHU Senior Vice President of External Affairs and Communication Libby May presenting Loretta with her diploma near her home in Alexandria, Virginia. 

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