Wherever you're going in life, an education from Southern New Hampshire University is a smart investment for your future.
It’s an affordable investment, too. We offer several types of financial aid to help you meet the cost of a university education. For our online programs, we've frozen tuition at its 2013 rate. On campus, undergraduate students with GPAs of 2.5 and higher are eligible for up to $18,000 in grants and scholarships. In fact, most of our degree-seeking students receive some form of financial assistance.
At SNHU, it is part of our mission to make a college education within your reach. Find out just how affordable an SNHU education really is.
Fill out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), which helps determine your eligibility for government financial aid programs. If you’re eligible for assistance, you’ll benefit from lower out-of-pocket costs during your program.
Find more information on SNHU financial aid and program costs using our financial tools and resources, including a Net Price Calculator to help you estimate the total cost of your degree specific to your situation.
SNHU awards Federal Pell Grants, Federal SEOG Grants and institutional need-based grants to those who qualify. Students from Connecticut, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Pennsylvania and Vermont may be eligible for state aid for attendance at a post-secondary institution in New Hampshire. New students applying to the undergraduate day program are automatically considered for merit-based, renewable grants and scholarships. No separate application process is required for the scholarships.