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Information For Incoming Students

Our dedicated representatives will be holding upcoming Accepted Student Question-And-Answer Roundtables for graduate (master’s degree) and undergraduate (bachelor's degree) programs to tell you more about how SNHU can help you accomplish your academic goals. They are eager to answer any questions you may have about your program and student life at SNHU!

Whether you have questions about the arrival, registration process, housing, student life, or student services at SNHU, we are here to help.

Join an upcoming Virtual Accepted Student Roundtable to learn more:

Thank you for choosing SNHU. We are here to provide you with key information to help prepare you for your first semester.

For accepted students, visit our International Homepage on my.snhu and complete the Pre-Arrival Tasks to get started at SNHU.

Information for Incoming Students

Housing for International Students

Securing a great place to live is important. Read through your available choices to find the right option for you.

International Student Services

International Student Services (ISS), located in William S. and Joan Green Center for Student Success, assists and supports international students and scholars at SNHU.

Getting to SNHU for International Travelers

Before you make your travel reservations, read our suggestions about planning your trip to SNHU. Note that we also offer a shuttle pickup for new students arriving for orientation.

Check In and Orientation

Upon arrival, you will need to see us at the International Welcome Desk. Click here to find out about the documents you will need to bring and what awaits you during your first week at SNHU.

Living in the US

Life in the US will be an adventure. Start preparing now.

Studying in the US

Academic life at SNHU may be quite different from your previous experiences. Find out about the experience that awaits you and the support teams and resources which are here to help.

Getting Involved

Along with your academic studies, there are a range of opportunities to get involved with the SNHU and local communities.

Bringing Your Family to the US

There are a number of things to think about when bringing your family to the US. Here is some helpful information for you.

Area Information

Manchester is one of the largest and most dynamic cities in northern New England. Manchester combines small-town charm with a lively cultural scene.

International Student Ambassadors

Find out key information about what to do after you have been accepted and begin your preparations for studying at SNHU.

International FAQ's

Find out key information about what to do after you have been accepted and begin your preparations for studying at SNHU.