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2500 North River Road Manchester, NH 03106 603.668.2211
SNHU Maine 10 Tibbetts Drive, Suite 200 Cook’s Corner Brunswick, ME 04011 207.725.6486 800.427.9238 firstname.lastname@example.org
Undergraduate Office of Admission 800.642.4968 603.645.9611 FAX: 603.645.9693 email@example.com Graduate Enrollment Office 603.644.3102 603.645.SNHU FAX: 603.644.3144 firstname.lastname@example.org School of Professional and Continuing Education 603.645.SNHU email@example.com
SNHU Maine at Naval Air Station 207.798.5418 Fax 207.798.5419 SNHU Manchester 2500 North River Road Robert Frost Hall, Suite 101 Manchester, NH 03106 603.645.9624 firstname.lastname@example.org
R SNHU Nashua 546 Amherst Street Nashua, NH 03063 603.881.8393 email@example.com
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SNHU Seacoast 231 Corporate Drive Portsmouth, NH 03801 603.436.2831 firstname.lastname@example.org
33 South Commercial St., Suite 203 Manchester, NH 03101 1.866.860.0449 General inquiries: email@example.com Current students: firstname.lastname@example.org
SNHU Salem 25 Pelham Road, Ananda Building
Salem, NH 03079 603.893.9600 email@example.com
SNHU Vermont 463 Mountain View Drive, Suite 101 Colchester, VT 05446 1.800.730.5542
24 Main Entrance
North River Road
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Robert Frost Hall (Academic Center) Belknap Hall (Admission Office/Public Safety) Athletic/Recreation Complex New Castle Residence Hall Student Center (Cafeteria/Bookstore) Shapiro Library Hospitality Center Washington Residence Hall Webster Hall (Graduate Programs)
10 Exeter Hall (Mail Room/SAS/CLASS) 11 Stark Hall (Honors) 12 Chocorua Hall (Wellness/Residence Life/Wellness Housing) 13 Winnisquam Residence Apartments 14 Spaulding Residence Apartments 15 Whittier Residence Apartments 16 Kearsarge Residence Apartments 17 Greeley Residence Apartments
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Lower Suites Westside Apartments Campbell House (Marketing & PR) Conway Apartments Lincoln Apartments Hampton Residence Hall Windsor Residence Hall
Parking C—Commuter Students, Staff/Faculty, Visitors Only
Nondiscrimination Southern New Hampshire University does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, citizenship, religion, marital status, age, sex, sexual orientation or disability in admission to, access to, treatment in or employment in its programs and activities. The following department has been designated to handle inquiries regarding the nondiscrimination policies: Office of Human Resources and Development, Southern New Hampshire University, 2500 North River Road, Manchester, NH 03106-1045.
V—Visitor Parking Only
R—Residential Students Only
How to get to Southern New Hampshire University From I-93 (Boston area)
From New Jersey and New York City (4-6 hours) Take the George Washington Bridge in New York City to I-95N to I-91N to I-84E in Hartford, CT. Take I-84E to I-90E to I-290E to I-495N to I-93N. (Follow directions from I-93)
Most facilities and programs at Southern New Hampshire University are accessible to persons with disabilities. For further information on access, please contact the Office of Disability Services at: Voice: 603.668.2211 ext. 2386, TTY: 603.629.4671.
Take exit 9N, follow road (US 3/RT 28) to first set of lights. Take a left at the lights onto West Alice Drive, which becomes Donati Drive at the sharp curve. Follow Donati Drive to the end, and then take a right at the stop sign onto Bicentennial Drive. Follow Bicentennial Drive to the stop sign, and then take a right onto North River Road. The university is located 1/4 mile on the left, after the overpass.
Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act
From Hartford, CT (2 1/2 hours)
Southern New Hampshire University complies with the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (known as the “Buckley” Amendment). This act, which was passed by the congress in 1974, protects the rights of the student in matters of access to and release of information contained in the students’ records. Questions regarding this policy should be referred to the registrar.
Take I-84E to I-90E to I-290E to I-495N to I-93N. (Follow directions from I-93)
Take I-290E to I-495N to I-93N. (Follow directions from I-93)
Southern New Hampshire University seeks to create and maintain an academic and work environment in which all members of the community are free of harassment based on gender. It is the policy of Southern New Hampshire University that no member of the community may sexually harass another. The intent of this policy as to foster responsible behavior in an environment free of discrimination. Sexual harassment is illegal as it makes he educational and working environment hostile, intimidating and offensive.
From Bangor, ME (5 hours)
Disability Access Statement
From Worcester, MA (1 1/4 hours)
Take I-95S (Maine Turnpike) to exit 2 (Exeter/Hampton) to RT 101W. Pass exit 1 and bear right (toward Concord) onto I-93N. (Follow directions from I-93)
From the North (I-93) Take I-93S, bear right after the Hooksett tolls; continue onto I-93S to exit 9N. (Follow directions from I-93)
From the Everett Turnpike/RT 3 (Nashua, NH; Lowell, MA) Take RT 3N to I-293N to exit 6. Bear right off the exit, go through one set of lights and move to the left lane as you cross over the Amoskeag Bridge. Turn left at next set of lights (Elm Street); turn left at next set of lights (Webster Street); then turn right onto River Road. Follow River Road, which becomes North River Road, for 2 miles to the university.
Published on Oct 19, 2009