Earning scholarships, grants and other aid can also help you lower your costs. That’s one of the reasons so many people are opting to become an online student.
You can do each week’s assignments on your schedule, turning them in at specified deadlines throughout the week – typically Thursday and Sunday nights.
The basic technology requirements for our courses are minimal.
Access to the Internet (desktop or laptop computer, tablet, smartphone, etc.) and possibly a webcam (microphone usually included) are the most typical.
This allows you the flexibility to create your own schedule.
You’ll still participate – only instead of in-person lectures, it will be through weekly online assignments and discussion boards.
While many SNHU programs can be completed 100% online, there are exceptions.
Aside from traditional campus degree programs, a few may require blended learning (both online and in-person classes). If you have questions about whether your program of choice is accessible online, on campus or both, please feel free to contact us or take a look at our program finder for details. Students typically have a discussion board post and responses each week.
Our 200 online degree programs can help you meet your goals, navigate the financial aid process and transfer credits to get you to the finish line faster.
And once you've joined the online classroom, you'll learn from instructors with real-world experience, be supported by academic advisors and prepare for the job of a lifetime with the help of our career team.