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What is belonging at SNHU? It’s seeing your ideas and identities not only welcomed, but celebrated. It’s voicing your opinion in a meeting and knowing you’ll be heard. It’s joining an employee resource group with thoughtful, open-minded peers. More than anything, it’s being part of a community united by a shared commitment to transforming the lives of learners. 

Pull up a chair. Magic happens when everyone has a seat at the table.

Employee Resource Groups

Our employer-recognized, employee-led groups open doors to new connections, resources and professional development opportunities while amplifying voices within our diverse community. From monthly meetings and guest speakers to community conversations and committees, there are countless ways to get engaged.

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ADAPT (Allies+Dis-Abled People Together)

Making actionable contributions to inclusion that foster a sense of belonging for people with disabilities at SNHU.

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Creating a safe space for Hispanic and Latino/a/x/e members to collaborate, grow and be their authentic selves.

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BLAZE (Black Leaders Aspiring to Zealously Elevate)

Supporting employees of the Black and African Diaspora by amplifying their voices, providing leadership opportunities and contributing to recruitment and retention strategies.

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HUES (Humans Uniting Everyone in Solidarity)

Bringing people of color and allies together to build community and take steps toward a more equitable workplace for all.

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Providing a supportive community for employees from all religious and spiritual backgrounds to deepen mutual respect and understanding.

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Military Minded

Connecting military-affiliated employees to build a culture of belonging and raise awareness around the impacts of service.

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Wellness Advocacy Group (WAG)

Promoting emotional wellness, destigmatizing struggles with mental health and providing resources to all in a judgment-free community.

Our people say it best

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SNHU is willing to open up the room to allow people to grapple with things that sometimes are really hard to talk about, but to also have different opinions. We talk about what we're seeing, how we're seeing it, and ways that we can impact DEI head on.

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Featured Employee Networks

Connect with people who live in your hometown, have shared identities and experiences or love your favorite hobby as much as you do. With 30+ employee groups, there’s a little something for everyone — but if you want to create space for something new, we’ll support that too.

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Pride in the Workplace

Creating intentional, affirming spaces for members of the 2SLGBTQIA+ community and allies by facilitating conversations that center on the queer-trans experience.

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Parents & Families

Bringing SNHU parents and caregivers together to share the challenges, triumphs and everyday antics of raising children — along with resources for work-life balance.

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Women’s Circle

Inviting all women to come together for inclusive connection, professional development and community building.

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Location-Based Communities

Connecting SNHU employees in 5 geographic locations for social networking, community service and engagement. ​​​​​​​

A few things we're proud of

Great Colleges To Work For
Bell Seal For Workplace Mental Health
Best-In-State Employer
Diversity Jobs
Employer of National Service
Military Spouse
Best Employer For Women
Training Apex Awards

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