At Gateway U, we have a 5 prong approach to Career Support.
We have application deadlines every other month. The upcoming deadlines are:
Yes, high school seniors can apply to our program.
To apply to one of our SNHU degree programs, students must have a GED or high school diploma.
Each institution has its own rules about credit transferability, and so we can't 100% guarantee that the credits you earn in the program will transfer fully to a future institution of your choice.
Students can apply for Financial Aid here.
Pell Grant maximum is currently 6,495. If you receive the full pell grant award, your tuition can be less than $150 per term.
$7,000 in yearly tuition and fees for SNHU’s competency-based education program with wrap-around support services provided by Gateway U. Most students are eligible for federal financial aid. Financial aid covers more than half of tuition for the average student (and can cover up to 98% of tuition).
On average, students can earn an associate’s degree in 9 to 12 months and a bachelor’s degree in 12 to 36 months.
We offer project-based degrees. Each course is filled with skills and concepts directly applicable to your degree. Some students say that our courses feel like working in a professional environment. You get to read and learn about a concept or skill, then demonstrate your mastery by completing a self-paced online project. Our students say that the online learning experience is well done and that working step by step through a degree builds not only knowledge and skills, but also confidence.
1 project is equivalent to 1 credit. Students must complete 60 projects to earn their AA and complete 60 more projects to earn their BA.