Southern New Hampshire University
Southern New Hampshire University Reviews:
63 of 68 people found the following review helpful
Not Harvard But Not UOP Either
August 25, 2013
I see all these negative comments, and why not? After all, people are more likely to write a negative review than write something positive. This is just a part of the human experience. SNHU cannot expect everyone to like the program. OK, so the reason I began with classes at SNHU is it is regionally accredited and has a real campus, plus it is not for profit. There is no indication it is like Keiser, ... [Read more]
45 of 46 people found the following review helpful
Definitely Not a Terrible Program
August 13, 2013
I'm not sure where a lot of people are coming from, but I can only share my experience with SNHU. I transferred from a for-profit school due to the complete lack of academic rigor. I consider myself a fairly intelligent person, and I am able to complete my assignments without too much difficulty. It doesn't mean they are easy, nor does it mean I am not learning anything. Quite the contrary. The academic support has ... [Read more]
33 of 40 people found the following review helpful
SNHU is the best online school I've tried
September 11, 2012
I have audited or taken classes at many online schools including Kaplan, ITT Tech, ECPI, Phoenix, and DeVry. SNHU has been a superior experience from my initial contact with the school to classes to advising. All of my interactions with staff from advising to financial aid has been world class. I find the coursework challenging and fulfilling, more so than any other school I've tried. I have attended a brick and mortar school local to ... [Read more]
30 of 32 people found the following review helpful
Love the program
January 8, 2014
I attended this school back when they were only a brick-n-mortar private college. I chose to attend them again to finish my new RN degree because of their past good reputation and because I trusted the school to provide quality courses. Is this school a Yale or a Harvard?, of course not, are they equivalent to a standard state University? Yes, I believe so. I have attended many colleges from my first experience with SNHU ... [Read more]
30 of 49 people found the following review helpful
Such a Joke
November 26, 2012
SNHU is of a joke. They masquerade around as a brick and mortar with a good reputation, but when in actuality, they are EXACTLY like University of Phoenix, Kaplan, and (insert for-profit name here). The instructors are all adjuncts, and with the exception of a SMALL handful, they know nothing about the subject they are teaching, so do not expect any guidance if you do not understand the material. I was made to feel like ... [Read more]
28 of 55 people found the following review helpful
June 10, 2013
The school is interested in MONEY from their online students. They make little or no attempt to assess students prior to assigning them to an adviser; mine was inept and the fact that she was a new employee was apparent. Her communication with me was so poor that I requested she send all communication in WRITING as she denied things she'd said in a call. By my 3rd 8-week session, I got the feeling that ... [Read more]
27 of 37 people found the following review helpful
SNHU Online could learn from University of Phoenix
March 18, 2013
I completed a Bachelor's and an MBA through University of Phoenix (UOP). The first through a ground program (sitting in classrooms) and the MBA was mostly online. I listened to the critics say UOP was a "diploma mill" and decided to try a "real," not for profit school for my 2nd masters. I am an accounting professional with more than 35 years of experience working full-time with some travel, so online is really the only ... [Read more]
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