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SNHU Gratitude: A Thanksgiving Message

SNHU Gratitude: A Thanksgiving Message

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In honor of Thanksgiving, we asked SNHU staff what they are thankful for. Friends and family, and Netflix I am very thankful for my talented hair stylist Our phenomenal team at SNHU Good music My cats, Hamilton and Hancock My niece and nephew Finishing my first master’s class at SNHU My health My education A […]

Technology and Management – Oregon Tech Online

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One of the goals for with the technology and management degree is to take your technical trade and then add or scaffold management theory on top, so you can then be promoted into those management positions. Let’s say you have a degree in welding, automotive, maybe even aviation, but you need a bachelor’s degree to […]

How Do Online Classes Work at SNHU?

How Do Online Classes Work at SNHU?

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Southern New Hampshire University when it comes to online education is top of the league. They care about the student. The support system there is awesome. I went to colleges before where you’re just a number and there it was personal. They wanted to know me. The online class of the SNHU made it very […]

Forward: What Would You Create with Your Online Degree? (:60)

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When we see people, we see their hunger, their courage. We see their dreams. We see the things that built our nation. And we wonder, what would happen if everyone had equal access to education? What would they create? What would they discover? What new worlds would they build? That’s why we built a university […]

SNHU Earns “Great Colleges to Work For” Award

SNHU Earns “Great Colleges to Work For” Award

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Even a bad day working here, it’s still a great day. This place actually allows you to dream and bring your ideas into fruition. The thirst for knowledge and understanding of this global community that we have, is just it’s a cool thing to be a part of. I’ve always felt comfortable and accepted here. […]

SNHU 2016 University College | Speaker: Ted Mitchell

SNHU 2016 University College | Speaker: Ted Mitchell

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Thank you. Thank you, Paul. It was actually the tables turned, I think I spent most of the time working for Paul. And so I’ve been at sea since he returned. But thank you, President LeBlanc for the kind and warm introduction. Thanks to the members of the board who are here, to faculty members […]

education masters programs online

education masters programs online

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1-education masters programs online 2-THE BEST ONLINE MASTER�S IN EDUCATION PROGRAMS Earning an online master�s in education (MEd) degree can open the door to a higher salary, new teaching opportunities, and the chance to branch out beyond the traditional classroom. Designed for candidates who already hold teaching certification, the MEd focuses on education philosophy, advanced […]

SNHU 2016 College of Online and Continuing Education | Speaker: John Fallon

SNHU 2016 College of Online and Continuing Education | Speaker: John Fallon

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Well, good afternoon everybody and congratulations to the Class of 2016 and congratulations to all the faculty and everyone at the university and to all your family and friends who have stood with you every step of the way to get you to this day. But in researching for this afternoon, there was one problem […]

SNHU Earns 10th Consecutive “Great Colleges to Work For” Award

SNHU Earns 10th Consecutive “Great Colleges to Work For” Award

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Even a bad day working here it’s still a great day. This place actually allows you to dream and bring your ideas into fruition. The thirst for knowledge and understanding of this global community that we have is just it’s a cool thing to be a part of. I’ve always felt comfortable and expected here. […]

Online Colleges – Online schools

Online Colleges – Online schools

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Online Colleges Many unfamiliar with online learning believe that it is drastically different from traditional in-class college experience, such as the inability to interact with classmates and professors, or that online classes may not be recognized or as valuable to a career or educational endeavors as those in a classroom. While these are genuine concerns, […]