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Southern New Hampshire University Online Reviews of Bachelor's in Anthropology

5 Reviews

Locations:   Manchester (NH) 

Annual Tuition: $9,600

0% of students said this degree improved their career prospects
60% of students said they would recommend this program to others
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Student Reviews - Bachelor's in Anthropology

Student Reviews - Bachelor's in Anthropology

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Mike T

Reviewed: 5/2/2023

Degree: Anthropology

Absolutely terrible, I dropped out! Unorganized and very unprofessional advisors, financial aide team. This school is all about numbers not about quality. They isn’t any professors/teachers. You read and do everything by yourself basically you are your own professor. Online system to do your school is overly clunky, outdated, and designed to waste your time with so many unnecessary clicks, tuition is high, and your Sophia credits classes are $700+ dollars cheaper then your actual classes but aren’t... Read More


Reviewed: 11/27/2022

Degree: Anthropology

I am nearing the end of my first year at SNHU as a full time online student. It has been fantastic. The application and enrollment process was the easiest of any school I have attended. The online platform SNHU currently uses is Brightspace. Going from Canvas to Brightspace was a little confusing, but ultimately simpler and more user friendly. Before term starts there is a walkthrough tutorial on how to use it so if you read a review where someone complains about the online set up, it's likely because... Read More


Reviewed: 7/9/2021

Degree: Anthropology

Snhu is fast paced. It's online, and ultimately could do it online without, the answer is yes. Have I learned anything before returning to school though all these online resources were available. Of course. Did I study the subjects my assignments and homework demand of me? Heck no. If I leave school, will I then continue on the same course of study? No. I can just attend a local school and continue with my studies, will I do it? Probably not. School is discipline, achievement, and enjoyment. Do I... Read More


Reviewed: 12/21/2019

Degree: Anthropology

I've been attending this school since October of 2016 and am at 60 credit hours (already in the process of transferring). I want to make it clear that I actually have no ill-will towards the school solely because I was well aware of what I was getting myself into. I enrolled here for two reasons: 1.) At the time, I could not afford to take the SAT or ACT to get into a better school. 2.) I had just finished getting my GED and my state had switched over to a new test that, at the time, many universities... Read More


Reviewed: 7/6/2016

Degree: Anthropology

I am very happy with Southern New Hampshire University so far. I'm on my fifth class and am impressed with the standardized blackboard, syllabus and learning module/weekly format. I've taken classes at 3 different schools including my local community college, I prefer the ones at SNHU overall. The teachers have been easy to get in touch with. My class login page has my advisor's photo with an announcement he posts as well as his contact information. He calls me once a semester to check in and regularly... Read More


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