Attending school online means making it work on your terms. But did you know the same can be said for interactions with your classmates?
SNHUconnect is a private online community created exclusively for students in our online programs. Share interests, join clubs and learning communities, receive academic support, gain career guidance and connect with 15,000 peers who are active every month.
Being an online student is more than earning your degree. At SNHU, you can also:
Getting involved in the SNHUconnect community can help you make connections with the university, discover your passions and attend virtual and live events. Whether you want to build skills and network with classmates or just meet other students on the same educational journey, SNHUconnect is the place to build your ultimate college experience.
Honor societies are invitation-only online student organizations and require the payment of a one-time, lifetime membership dues to join.
We know how crucial it is for new and current students to receive support, guidance and social connections at SNHU. That’s why we’ve started the Student Engagement Council. The council is a group of online undergraduate and graduate students who volunteer their time and energy to help other students succeed by informing the administration about the student experience as well as supporting, engaging and interacting with fellow students in SNHUconnect.
Members of the Student Engagement Council report on the student experience – positive and negative – and provide feedback on topics that affect students. This online student organization works to improve the student experience, listen to student feedback, inform change, raise awareness within the student body, provide support to peers, support groups and learning communities and increase student engagement.
The council is a voice and an informing body, but not a decision-making group, when it comes to university policies. The council represents the student voice regarding student services, resources, and the academic experience, and discuss concerns or issues that impact the online student experience with SNHU administrators.