How to ace your college with online learning

Online College Degrees

Choose from 200+ flexible, affordable online college degree programs.

At SNHU, your success is our only mission. As an accredited, nonprofit online university, we’ve helped thousands of students reach their goals with flexible, career-focused online college degree programs. As part of our commitment to student success, we offer some of the lowest online tuition rates in the nation. Find your program to see how SNHU can help you succeed.

Ready to take the next steps? Check out our next term start dates, request more information or apply now.How much do online classes cost?

The cost per credit hour for online undergraduate classes is $330 (or $990 per course) at SNHU.

Cost per credit hour for online graduate classes is $637 (or $1,911 per course).

And with no application fees, you can also apply for free. That’s because we recognize that achieving your education goals is about more than just finding time, it’s also about overcoming financial barriers.

Apart from this, the overall costs per course may vary, depending on the price of books and other learning resources.

SNHU student speaking on the phone and taking notes in a home officeWe understand how challenging it can be to manage your education costs. That’s why we’re here to help whenever you need it. Our Student Financial Services team is always available to guide you through the process. They’ll help you explore financial aid options and even identify ways to help lower your tuition.

You may, for example, qualify for a scholarship or grant opportunity. And if you’re a military service member or military spouse, you could be eligible to receive up to 30% military tuition discounts.

Whatever your financial situation, we’ve got your back.Faculty Image Barbara BrophyDr. Barbara Brophy

Faculty, Nursing

A nurse for almost 3 decades, Dr. Barbara Brophy has always been drawn to training and educating nurses. She earned her DNP in Nursing Leadership at Chamberlain College. She loves being a nursing faculty member because she gets to have an impact on students every day, and she is proud to be in the profession. Read Dr. Barbara Brophy’s Q&A.Max CallahanMax Callahan

Associate Dean, STEM Game Art & Development

Max Callahan joined SNHU in 2016. He is also a character designer, modeler, rigger and animator, and he previously worked as an art director and prop master in independent films. Callahan earned his master’s degree in digital design from Philadelphia University. He’s thrilled to help passionate students build the gaming skills they need to have a career they love. Read Max Callahan’s Q&A.Matt GlowiakDr. Matt Glowiak

Faculty, Clinical Mental Health Counseling

Since 2017, Dr. Mark Glowiak has enjoyed seeing the work of SNHU students – especially at in-person residencies. He earned his doctorate and master’s in counseling at Walden University. He also has co-founded a group practice with three locations, employing clinicians who work with a variety of mental health disorders. Read Dr. Matt Glowiak’s Q&A.

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