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Academics and Activities

Throughout their academic career, students should try to combine their studies with out-of-classroom experiences. Numerous opportunities are available—see the Campus Programming Office website for more information on getting involved.

The SNHU 101: First Year Seminar - Transition to College class helps students with opportunities to find balance in their academic, co-curricular, and social life.

Campus Calendars

Links to University calendars related to student events, finals, academic year, sports, and more.

See the calendars

FERPA—Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act

The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) also known as the Buckley Amendment, considers college students as responsible adults who are allowed to determine who will receive information about them. Under this law, parents who want to receive a copy of their student’s academic or financial records can do so if their student signs a release form.

Find out more about FERPA