College can be more affordable than you think.
In fact, at SNHU, 94% of our full-time students were awarded grant or scholarship aid - free money that immediately decreases your out-of-pocket expenses.*
Here's how we can help you lower your costs in four simple steps:
Apply for financial aid.
Fill out the FAFSA - the application for federal student aid - to see if you're eligible for additional financial assistance that can help offset your immediate costs.
Apply for admission to learn about scholarship availability.
This helps determine your eligibility for up to $20,000 in annual undergraduate scholarships at SNHU - money that doesn't need to be repaid. They'll be listed on your acceptance letter.
Connect with a Student Financial Services counselor.
Once you and your family determine your net cost, work directly with a specialist to bridge the gap and navigate the payment process.
Understanding how to pay for your education can help you reduce your costs - now, and in the future. Call, email or visit with us, and we'll help you make the process as simple as possible.*From the 2016-2017 school year for students enrolling in college for the first time.