We believe food brings people together. That’s why at SNHU, we’re excited to partner with American Dining Creations (ADC) to provide a fresh dining experience. Together, ADC and SNHU commit to the highest standards of food quality, providing healthy, varied, and delicious meals with choices that fit all lifestyles and dietary needs – including allergen-free, vegetarian, and vegan options. ADC is a leader in social responsibility and sustainable initiatives such as recycling, energy-efficient products, sustainable packaging, compostable disposable service wares, and cultivating an on-site micro-farm.View the American Dining Creations (ADC) website for more information.
Dining locations around campus:
- Dining Center
- Einstein Bros. Bagels – Robert A. Freese Student Center
- Stonewall Market (grab-and-go-items) – Robert A. Freese Student Center
- Dunkin’ – Academic Center
- Zachos Café (Fresh Express – grab-and-go items) – Edward S. Wolak Library Learning Commons
- Webster Café (Melt Inc.) – Webster Hall
- Last Chapter Pub – Robert A. Freese Student Center
- Brewed Awakening – Hospitality Center
- The Quill – Hospitality Center
Visit the Residence Life page for the most up-to-date information on meal plan pricing.
Starting in the 2023-24 academic year, you’ll have a membership meal plan. This means that a single swipe of your ID card gives you full access to all you can eat at any dining location during open hours, including the dining center, Webster Café, Dunkin’ and Einstein Bros.
Here’s how it works: You’ll swipe to enter the dining center and can then enjoy an “all you can to eat” menu for no extra charge and no extra swipes. The retail locations around campus will require you to swipe in order to receive a fountain beverage, coffee and food item of choice. You can visit any location as many times as you want throughout the day, with unlimited swipes throughout the semester.
New Grab-And-Go Offerings
Located in the academic center, Dunkin’ can help keep your study days well-fueled.
Einstein Bros. Bagels
Other dining options around campus:
Last Chapter Pub
The Last Chapter Pub is a great place for you to hang out in-between classes. During the evenings, the pub offers entertainment like live music, karaoke, dances, comedians and more. Come experience the fun for yourself.
Munchiez Food Truck
Run by students enrolled in our Small Business Management course, Munchiez is a student-run food truck on campus. Added bonus, the food is delicious! (We recommend the mozzarella sticks.)
When it comes to state-of-the-art facilities, we're constantly making updates and new additions to ensure you have access to the latest and greatest experiences. Cheer on our student-athletes at the Mark A. Ouellette Stadium. Explore robotics labs and wind tunnels in our new SETA building. Join our esports team and compete in our brand new esports arena. Whatever your interests are, we've got you covered.
Our state-of-the-art facilities include:
Mark A. Ouellette Stadium
Athletes will be happy to learn that 2018 saw the opening of Mark A. Ouellette Stadium, a 1,500-seat athletic stadium that plays home to many of our NCAA Division II sports teams. The stadium boasts a turf field, high-tech lighting system, 8-lane track, and state-of-the-art sound and scoreboard system.
We recently completed the new home for our School of Engineering, Technology and Aeronautics. This cutting-edge facility sits in the heart of campus and represents the commitment we've made to further developing STEM programs on campus.
The Shapiro Library is located within the Edward S. Wolak Library Learning Commons building, offering innovative library and technology services. The library provides online access to and instruction on a selection of over 250 databases containing full-text journals, magazines, reports, and newspapers chosen to support SNHU curriculum.
Outfitted with the latest cardio equipment, free weights, a 10-foot climbing wall, not to mention eight televisions, a surround sound system and a student lounge, our 5,500 square-foot fitness center serves as a state-of-the-art facility for your fitness needs. The center is open daily to students, and staff members are available to answer any questions.
Located in the Green Center, our brand new esports arena is home to our both our competitive and intramural college esports teams. With 18 PC stations and 2 console stations, you'll have access to some of your favorite games including:
- League of Legends
- Rocket League
- Super Smash Bros Ultimate
Tentative hours of operation for open hours (community usage) are 11am-5pm M-F with additional time on Saturdays.