"After some thorough research, I felt that SNHU fulfilled my needs."
I got my associate degree in communications back in 1998, but really didn't do much with it. In the 2000s, I worked in radio, but with a family, pursuing that goal wasn't practical. I wanted to do something with my degree, but felt that when trying to change my career, especially in my 30's, an associate degree wouldn't be enough. I decided to go back to school. After some thorough research, I felt that SNHU fulfilled my needs. It took me a long time to accomplish because I couldn't do it without my employer reimbursing me and there was a yearly cap on that. Plus, with having three daughters, I only wanted to do a class a semester in order to not overburden myself and so I could actually enjoy the experience.