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Housing & Facilities

The Southern New Hampshire University campus is always growing. Our goal is to provide the best possible environment for SNHU students to live, learn, and enjoy college life.

Our residence halls feature a wide range of different living arrangements, including traditional halls, apartment-style living, larger suites, and more. Monadnock Hall, completed in 2017, and Kingston Hall, completed in 2018, are our newest residence halls, and feature amenities such as a fitness center, entertainment space, common lounges with flat screen TVs, and even an academic classroom.

Of course, residence halls aren’t the only facilities on campus that students want to know about. The academic buildings at SNHU are equally impressive, and include a new library, engineering and technology building, and welcome center. This new welcome center, known as the Gustafson Center, houses the departments of admission, career development, and alumni relations—ensuring that each step of the SNHU life cycle is represented under one roof.

We also recently broke ground on a new home for our College of Engineering, Technology, and Aeronautics. This cutting-edge facility, set to open in late 2019, sits in the heart of campus and represents the massive commitment that SNHU has made to further developing STEM programs on campus.

Athletes will be happy to learn that 2018 saw the opening of Penmen 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.


With the addition of Monadnock Hall in 2017 and Kingston Hall in 2018, SNHU now has over a dozen on campus housing options to choose from. Ranging from traditional residence halls to suite and apartment-style living, the housing options at SNHU can accommodate a wide range of preferences and needs.

Library Services

The Shapiro Library is located within the Edward S. Wolak Library Learning Commons building, offering SNHU students 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.

Dining Services

SNHU contracts with Sodexo for its dining services, providing students with a broad selection of food options to meet a wide range of dietary needs and restrictions. Other dining options available on campus include our student-run restaurant, The Quill, the Last Chapter Pub, and many different coffee shops and cafés.