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SNHU Student Traveled to Africa to Give Back to Children

In her semester off of her second year of college, Southern New Hampshire University (SNHU) senior Ambika Menon was offered an internship in Ho, Ghana at the New Seed International (NSI) nonprofit organization. She was not only a caregiver to orphans and boarding students but also taught in a first grade classroom and volunteered in the free health community clinic. “I loved being completely
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The Study Abroad Office Answers All Questions

Are you considering study­ing abroad? Do you know how your financial aid and scholar­ships are used during that pro­cess? How do you know what classes are available abroad? The Southern New Hamp­shire University (SNHU) Study Abroad Office has answered all of these questions on their website found on the mySNHU webpage. Students can find answers to many questions there as well as through contacting
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Study Abroad Alumni Reveal Their Experiences

“The world is growing ever smaller, and we cannot continue to live only in our ‘New England Bubble’ comfort zone, oblivious to the world outside our windows,” said Southern New Hampshire University (SNHU) Study Abroad Advisor Scott Snyder. Being a study abroad alum himself, Snyder currently works in the Study Abroad office at SNHU. Those who want to learn more about studying abroad can

The Writing Center Gets Innovative

Southern New Hampshire University’s (SNHU) Learning Center is implementing new writing programs to start the year for both domestic and international students. Students now have the option of scheduling one-to-one tutoring when needed. Available at, students have the option of meeting with a tutor for 45 minutes to work on a particular project or assignment. Writing Tutoring Coordinator Selina Marcille hopes this will
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Immersive Study Abroad Summer Program to Chile

I studied Spanish in high school for a few years and re­ally wanted to pick up on the language I thought to myself, ‘Why not South America?’ said study abroad student Kristyn Laviola. The study abroad office has or­ganized their first interdis­ciplinary faculty-led trip to Chile. The trip is scheduled to take place May 15 to May 30. Students who are interested should
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Gustafson Welcome Center Welcomes Students

Upon returning to campus in the fall, it is impossible not to notice the construction occurring at every turn. New projects make Southern New Hampshire University (SNHU) a perpetual hard hat zone, between the new dorm building and the William S. and Joan Green Center for Student Success and the fast budding Gustafson Center. The Gustafson Welcome Center is named for University President (1987-2003)