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Why SNHU Is Not Returning To Campus In The Spring

An official decision has been made, and according to an email sent by SNHU President Paul LeBlanc on October 30, SNHU will be continuing with mostly remote courses in the 2021 spring semester. This decision was the result of a student survey, sent out on October 13, with the goal to gain as much information as possible about student's thoughts on returning to campus.
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Student Resident On Campus Tested Positive For COVID-19

A student in the Monadnock building on campus recently tested positive for the Coronavirus. They have been required to isolate in their dorm and be put under medical monitoring. After the recent positive test, a new plan of action for requirements on campus have been spurred into action.  Before coming to campus, students are required to take the Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) test, a
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Course Scheduling Conflicts Among Students

Every student starts out the school year with a set schedule, commonly consisting of five classes. When students register for their courses during the previous semester, they have the ability to choose whichever schedule works best for them. However, with the transition to remote learning, some professors have been tweaking their courses, affecting synchronous class meet times.  “As you know, in this remote semester
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How to Manage Work and School

Many SNHU students have found themselves in time crunches this remote semester. Students who live at home and have jobs, now have to juggle their coursework alongside their jobs. Fortunately, there are many tips and tricks to reduce the stress of a busy schedule. Time management is a great skill for all working college students to have. This kind of skill allows students to
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Why Is It Important to Attend Virtual School Events?

Remote education and social distancing have created a situation where we cannot have the normal face to face interactions we are used to. Despite this, interacting with others is still important in order to make strong connections and relationships. Southern New Hampshire University continues to have events going on, remotely, of course. They are giving students opportunities to connect with other students who have
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Public Safety on Campus during COVID

Even with SNHU's campus mostly closed, public safety continues to aid the remaining faculty and students. Those utilizing SNHU’s emergency housing, grounds keeping, or those that need to be on campus to do their jobs are all being watched over by public safety. "Public safety includes general services such as helping students who may be locked out of their room, helping them access their
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Life On Campus: Emergency Housing

Students have been given the option to utilize emergency housing on campus for the 2020 fall semester. This option was put in place for those that were in unstable and unsafe living conditions as well as for those that had nowhere to live. Prior to the fall semester, an email was sent including a survey that asked students questions regarding their living situations which
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SNHU Professor Charged with Distribution and Possession of Child Pornography

SNHU adjunct professor Joshua Dallaire, 37, was arrested on October 21 in his Manchester home on three counts of both distribution and possession of child sexual abuse images. Manchester Police began the investigation on September 7 based on a CyberTip forwarded by the New Hampshire Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force. They tracked the IP address to Dallaire's home on Pine Street and executed
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How SNHU is Adapting to COVID-19

With the COVID-19 pandemic continuing to reshape the world, colleges are scrambling to deliver effective solutions to their communities that adapt to the health crisis. While SNHU has had to accommodate like the rest, its existing online environment has undoubtedly made the transition smoother. Last spring, when SNHU decided to move to a completely online environment, it was already ahead of the curve. Thanks
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Blackout Weeks: Are They Mandatory?

The fall online semester is in full swing, and with it comes some changes to the usual SNHU academic calendar. Naturally, there has been some confusion regarding these changes, specifically about what SNHU is calling “Blackout Weeks,” which are the weeks of October 12th and November 23rd. The confusion begins with inconsistencies between classes. Some professors have those weeks “Blacked Out,” meaning there will