Questions? We've got answers. If you're interested in pursuing a traditional, on-campus degree at our Manchester, NH, campus, see Traditional College for Veterans and Servicemembers. For Online Military Students, here are your most common questions, answered.
Class starts vary, depending on whether you're an undergraduate or graduate student. Undergrads take classes over six 8-week terms, grad students over five 10-week terms, with a weeklong break between terms. SNHU offers term starts throughout the year. Check our academic calendar for current term starts.
SNHU gives U.S. service members, both full and part time, and the spouses of those on active duty tuition discounts of up to 30%, in addition to the Post-9/11 GI Bill®, Montgomery GI Bill and other benefits you’ve earned through your service to the United States. View a complete breakdown of tuition costs.
One of the benefits of taking classes online is that you can go at your own pace. Most graduate students can earn their degrees in as little as 15 months with two courses per term.
Southern New Hampshire University uses Blackboard, a common platform for online universities. Students access Blackboard through the SNHU online student portal. Blackboard offers a user-friendly classroom environment in which you can post and respond to discussions, complete coursework, submit papers and access specialty coursework tools.
For the most part, you can work at your own pace. All classes start on Mondays and end on Sundays. Each week's work is part of a learning module. As long as you complete the work for that week by the deadline (usually Thursday and Sunday evenings), you're all set.
Let your Military Academic Advisor know your situation. Every circumstance is different, but we always do our best to accommodate the unique challenges of military service.
All spouses of active duty SNHU military students are entitled to our Military Spouse Discount of up to 30%. See the Getting Started for Military Spouses checklist for details.
We try to make transferring as easy as possible and accept up to 90 academic credits. Our admission counselors can help with tracking down transcripts and ensuring you get the credit your deserve. We’ll even automatically complete an official credit evaluation as part of the application review process. View more information on transferring to SNHU.
SNHU’s Military Academic Advisors are specially trained and uniquely qualified to understand your needs as a military student. Our team is made up of veterans of every branch in the military.
A full-service resource that’s free to all SNHU students and alumni, SNHU Career Services gives you access to one-on-one counseling from your own dedicated Career Advisor. We also have career advisors who specialize in helping military students transition back to civilian life. Learn more about how SNHU Career Service can help you achieve your goals.
GI Bill® is a registered trademark of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). More information about education benefits offered by the VA is available at the official U.S. government website.