SNHU started its Fall '22 semester on August 29 and is currently progressing through the 2022-2023 academic calendar. The fall semester ends on December 18 and final grades will be available on December 20. SNHU observed Veterans Day on November 11 by canceling all classes and closing offices. Thanksgiving break began on November 22, when dorms closes, and ended the following Sunday, November 27.
SNHU's Sustainability Week is set to occur from October 22 to October 29, during which multiple events will be hosted. The Environmental Club has events going on in correlation with Sustainability Week. Recent events the Environmental Club has hosted include tree planting, planting garden boxes at the Lincoln and Conway apartments, and participating in Homecoming. During the tree planting, five serviceberry trees were planted
SNHU students have varying college experiences during the pandemic. Last year, staff and students were subject to COVID testing and the mask mandate, affecting campus nightlife and activities. With COVID under control and minimal to no restrictions, students may be wondering what to do with the newfound freedom. (Student) employees and campus organizations, like CAPE and The Pub, witnessed both COVID and post-COVID standards
Being a new student at a new place can be overwhelming, especially when not knowing where things are or how they work. Below are some helpful places around campus as well as some good things to know for the future. Campus Safety The Public Safety office is located near the library in the Morrissey House. Their hours of operation are Monday through Friday from
SNHU's academic calendar is changing for the '22-'23 school year, affecting the start dates of each campus semester. Online and on-campus courses will be aligned, allowing the option for campus students to take in-person classes and online classes. Vice President of Student Affairs, Heather Lorenz, said, “Students will have more flexibility to mix and match in-person and online classes as needed or desired to
The International Student Services hosted their first Global Cafe of the semester on January 25, featuring New Zealand for their Study Abroad Program. In the upcoming months, the International Student Services will also host several more Global Cafe events in the Green Center from 3:30 to 4:30 p.m. on the following dates: February 15 for Ecuador, March 15 for Sweden, and April 12 for
The student-run café, Brewed Awakening, reopened in the Hospitality Center on January 24. Hours of operation run Monday through Thursday from 7:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., and Fridays from 7:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Brewed Awakening has something for everyone, from iced and hot coffee to delicious sandwiches. They even offer matcha, which cannot be found anywhere else on campus. They also offer items
Concerns have recently arisen from students about safety on campus. With sexual assault reports on the rise in schools across the country, students want to be sure that they are able to stay safe on campus. Public Safety issued a statement in response to questions asked about the blue lights. It said, “SNHU Public Safety, Facilities, and ITS have been working diligently to repair
Students have recently noticed some issues in the dining hall with long lines, food quality and moldy products. Sodexo responded to the complaints in an interview with Sodexo’s General Manager, Daniel VanAvery. As seen on social media platforms such as the SNHU Barstool Instagram, students have reported receiving moldy bread, salad with plastic in it, uncooked steak, uncooked chicken, and rubber bands around broccoli.