"New adventures lay ahead, and I have thoroughly enjoyed the ride here at SNHU."
I quit college when my mother started chemo treatments for the first time. I had completed most of my basics toward earning an associate degree, but my heart was elsewhere. My mother successfully survived Non-Hodgkins Lymphoma not once, but twice, and after a few years of living cancer-free, her and my dad begged me to return to school to accomplish more than what they had. I finished my associate degree and wanted a reputable brick-and-mortar university, which would allow me the flexibility of completing my degree program in an online setting. I reviewed many schools, and even signed up with two, but discovered they were both not a flexible enough fit. Somehow I discovered SNHU and everything started falling into place. Maura was an awesome asset, as she guided me to apply, figured out what I needed to get submitted, and how to gain funding. She transitioned me to my next advisor, Jill, who later transitioned me to my current advisor, Stacy. The proverbial light at the end of the tunnel is near; new adventures lay ahead, and I have thoroughly enjoyed the ride here at SNHU.