"SNHU was not the first institution I engaged, but so far it has been the best at listening to me and working with me."
After graduating from high school in the late 1980's, I found myself needing to work to support myself, taking evening and weekend courses toward a bachelor's degree for 10 years before giving up in frustration. At that time, there were few options for online or distance learning that suited me, and my career was going so well that not having a bachelor's degree was not holding me back. I was working with cutting edge technology, conducting business internationally, and doing well financially, so I eventually gave up on a college degree. Nearly 20 years later, I find that my career path going forward, especially things that I find interesting both professionally and personally, will benefit from me completing an undergraduate degree and getting into a graduate program. SNHU was not the first institution I engaged, but so far it has been the best at listening to me and working with me, helping me make the most of my busy schedule while advancing toward degree completion.