Start fresh with the credit you deserve
At Southern New Hampshire University, we make transferring seamless. We know you worked hard to earn your credits, and we think you should keep them. That's why we accept up to 90 credits of previous coursework.
When you apply to SNHU, we'll perform an official credit evaluation free of charge to help you determine which credits will transfer. We'll also work with you to see if you qualify for scholarships or financial aid. Shortly after completing your application, we'll provide you with a credit evaluation, admission decision, and merit scholarship (if applicable). Then, our admission team, academic advisors and career counselors will work with you during the transfer process to help you prepare for success as a new student.
At SNHU, continuing your education has never been so easy. Inquire today and see why more than 94% of students surveyed across all programs would start over at SNHU.
Still have a few questions? Visit our Transfer FAQ for more information.
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. We look forward to seeing you on campus soon.
Transferring as an Online Student
Got college credits you worked hard to earn and hope to transfer? The majority of our online students are transfers, and we stop at nothing to give you the credit you deserve. Hear from students that walked the transfer path. Contact an online admission counselor to request a transfer evaluation.
SNHU partners with community colleges around the country to provide a clear path to further your education. Our partnerships help you shape your education beginning at the community college level – and we make transferring easy while saving you money.
Save time and money when you earn credit for what you already know. Get your SNHU degree faster when you submit your industry-recognized certification or a portfolio covering your mastery of a topic. Or test out of courses through a variety of credit-by-examination programs.