Study Abroad Is Encouraged For All Students

For many people, college is a time to meet new people and try new things. The SNHU Study Abroad Office can help students do both. With 17 different programs on four different continents and a variety of semester, summer and year-long options, students are bound to find a study abroad program that appeals to them. If they so choose, fashion merchandising, culinary management, marketing,

Clubs and Organizations: CAPE

The Coordinators of Activities and Programming Events (CAPE) plan a wide variety of the events that students see on campus. These events take place during weekdays and weeknights, as well as carry over into the weekend for the occasional off campus trip and much more. By working with other organizations, CAPE will address the changing needs of the SNHU campus community through intentional programming.

New Traffic Light On Campus

SNHU has continued to make major improvements on campus. The addition of a new traffic light is just one more advancement made to the university to ensure the safety and convenience of its students and faculty. The new traffic light can be located on North River Road near the main entrance of campus. The placement of this light will give students and faculty the

Club and Organizations: The Society for Human Resources Management

The Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) is the largest association devoted to human resource management. There are more than 250,000 members nationwide. This organization is highly beneficial for business majors, especially those students in Human Resources (HR) including, but not limited to recruiting (sales), employee relations, training and development, compensation and benefits analysis and more. Nearly 70% of jobs are found through personal

Students Gearing Up To Go

As first-year and transfer students are moving onto campus for the first time and attending First Days activities, 50 sophomores, juniors and seniors are doing the same, but abroad. This semester, there are 29 students in Italy, eight in Ireland, five in England, four in New Zealand, and one person each in Germany, France, Spain and Chile. Four of these students shared how they

Clubs and Organizations: Math Club

With engineering and other Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) fields making their debuts on campus this fall, the Math Club is more excited than ever to make its mark and find new members! The Math Club is an interactive group of students with a shared curiosity of math and thirst for challenge. Aside from our hands-on style meetings, we host a variety of