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Degree: Information Technology
Graduation Year: 2015

SNHU is an excellent school that's offers some excellent classes. It took 3 years of hard work, but I now have an AS and a BS in CIS. The staff was excellent and supported me throughout the three years. Now I'm working on the Masters degree in data analytics.

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Degree: Culinary Arts
Graduation Year: 2013

I loved college and it was the best four years of my life! The only thing is that it is very expensive and paying back student loans is very hard

3 out of 5
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Degree: General Studies
Graduation Year: 2015

The college was fine. I really dislike school but education is extremely important. If I had to do it all over again I would go to Southern New Hampshire university again.

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Degree: Writing
Graduation Year: 2015

SNHU has competitive tuition and their instructors are responsive. I have completed two online degrees at different universities. I like them both equally and find that success in large part is up to the individual student. It is not easy and no one can manufacture time or individual attitude.

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Degree: MBA in Finance
Graduation Year: 2015

I hate to see some of the negative reports about SNHU because I feel that those individual was unable to accomplish their goals at SNHU. All the things that I have learned at SNHU is similar to the things I learned as a undergraduate but SNHU was more in depth with their material , also as a undergraduate I graduated from a top 10 business program in NC which they tell you that SNHU business program is no joke and it's consistent with some of the tasks that I do at my current employer and past employer. I'm proud to say SNHU gave me a great education.

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Degree: Physical Sciences, Other
Graduation Year: 2015

I graduated with an associate degree, and am returning for a bachelor's. The advisors are great, and return calls and e-mail promptly. Instructors are knowledgeable. Beings my classes were online, I was expected to prioritise and keep up with my own work. But when I needed someone, they were always available, and worked with me when needed. As far as financial aid, it was easy to navigate and I always received a prompt response

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Degree: MBA in Healthcare Management
Graduation Year: 2015

Great MBA program! I'm shocked people have so many complains. I'm in my 5th term my advisor is Deanna and she is very helpful. Snhu do follow up calls asking how your classes are going and ask if I have any questions. I usually always get a fast reply from my advisor at times while I get lazy to reply back but snhu keeps up with it. So far all my professors reply back to me, are very active online, and reply to any questions I have. Since its online program I'm worried how I'll find a job after and how their job fairs work I'm working on getting an answer on that but overall the school is simple and fast and staff is nice. I once called one stop and they answered all my questions. I'm very picky when it comes to customer service since I have my own business but everyone here has not gave me a chance to complain. My advice to you would be have a great advisor if he or she is not helpful switch advisors it makes a difference.

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Degree: MBA in International Business
Graduation Year: 2015

As with most things in life, you get out what you put in. I previously earned my undergraduate degree by going to a traditional brick and mortar University at night. The flexibility that SNHU online classes offered was the only way I could earn my MBA and still be able to travel for work, and complete assignments when I had time available. In regards to the professors, some were outstanding while a couple was less than helpful. However the majority were well informed, contributed to the weekly discussions and willing to work with me. Obtaining Financial Aid was relatively easy and the cost to obtain an MBA was reasonable compared to other institutions. Books are always overpriced, regardless of which school you attend, but online sites offer alternatives and provide the option to recoup some of your costs post class. The fellow students in a class average about 20 – 22 and the online aspect allows for a diversified class. Student ages in the MBA curriculum range from 21 to 60+ and have an international mix with students from not only across the USA, but other countries. This allows for a very different perspective on the weekly discussions, especially for the International MBA program that I was enrolled in. Before anyone enrolls in any college program, one needs to consider what is important to them. If name recognition or perception is important, then choose a more established tier 1 or 2 college. If the perceived stigma of an online university is of concern, then do not enroll in one. Do not expect SNHU to be something it is not. Regardless of what other individuals may post or say about online classes, a vast majority of graduates put in the work over years, sacrificed weekends and nights and often required the support of family to obtain their degrees. Each degree has some level of intrinsic value and should not be demeaned. For me, the option to attend a not for profit University and provided the flexibility of an online class met my needs. I was able to obtain more knowledge than expected and I’m proud to have my MBA, and of the work and effort I put in to obtain it. Decide what you expect from a University and choose that school which meets your requirements. SNHU was able to do that for me.

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Degree: Marketing
Graduation Year: 2015

When it comes to SNHU and your future education look for alternatives. SNHU is not the great, helpful community-based online program that they purport themselves to be. The commercials make me choke on the inconsistencies that I have experienced when their testimonials are on. My experience with SNHU was arduous, from the advisors, to the instructors, even the other students in the ‘classes’. Many instructors did not create the lessons plans so asking them questions about the goals of the assignments are pointless. I had one instructor reply to a lengthy question about how a particular assignment was to be completed and the response was essentially “I don’t make up the assignments. How about you try your best.” I also had an issue with an advisor who was more of a nuisance than a guiding and helpful force in the University. She would call constantly and ask me how I was doing in my class and then tell me what grade I had. Complete waste of her time and mine, but when I asked questions about my financial aid or what other elective where available I would get handed off to other people in other departments after being on hold for what seemed like forever. I asked to get a new advisor. That caused quite the uproar. After about two weeks I finally got a new advisor, but the road getting there was ridiculously convoluted and filled with “I can’t help you with that.” Or “I’m not sure.” I think I spoke to over six different people over the course of the two week period that said they would “Take care of it.” Only when I asked to be CC’ed on emails regarding my change in Advisor did I start to see how poorly the inner working of this institution were. Their OneStop Office, a terrible misnomer, is a network of individuals separated across the country that has got to be the most ineffective group of people I have ever tried to work with. No one knows anything, but someone on the other line may be able to help. The administration has a right hand who doesn’t speak to the left, the advisor was more of an annoyance than a help, and nothing infuriated me more than having to file and fill out COCE Dispute Forms about instructors which the Advisors are not quick to give out. I have read online that there are a number of people, including myself, who have felt as though there was a clear and obvious bias and discriminating behavior that the instructors inflicted upon their students. My advisor at the time tried to downplay and backpedaled in an attempt to make it seem as though there was nothing there when there very clearly was. The instructors are fresh out of their own degrees so if you want to learn something and not just spit back the information for that week/module I would suggest another learning institution. For someone who has attended this college for four years, there cannot be anything worse out there than this. I will not be continuing my education with SNHU as soon as my current degree is completed.

4 out of 5
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Degree: Project Management
Graduation Year: 2017

Currently entering my 4th term I can say the program is good to go. My co-workers have evaluated the program and have stated it is no joke. I started my course work, moved and never picked it back up. So back at it I go. It is a different feel, being online, but the content is the same using a majority of McGraw Hill online content. It is like anything else, you get out of it what you put into it. I chose SNHU as they have a brick and mortar school and are NCAA D2 as well as non-profit. This to me make them stand out from the diploma mills. Glad I picked back up and can't wait to finish. Credits from other institutions transferred with no issue.

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