Real work-life balance for real people
We get it. You have places to be, people to see and things to do outside of the office. Maybe you’re a caregiver. A partner. A friend. Whoever you are outside of work, we know how hard it can feel to find balance day to day.
That’s why work-life balance isn’t just a benefit at SNHU — it’s part of our culture. Here, you’ll have empathetic leaders who understand your priorities at work and at home. You’ll get 5 weeks of PTO and be encouraged to use it (without thinking twice). And with the option to work remotely in over 30 states, you can be wherever you work best — and live your best life, too.
Make an impact — from near or far
Work from home
With remote roles available in over 30 states, you can call in from the comfort of your home office (or your couch).
Commute to Manchester
Whether it’s on campus or in our downtown office, you can make face-to-face connections in a collaborative environment.
Do a little of both
If you’re a hop, skip and jump from the office but don’t always want to commute, you’re in luck! However you work best, you’ve got options.
Our people say it best
Work-life balance at SNHU is where you put 110% into your work day — but when you leave for the day, it is not something that has to carry over into your personal life.
- Marie A.
- Human Resources & Strategy
Join a community of care
What does culture mean at SNHU? It means putting people first. It means knowing you can lean on your team for help. It’s not worrying about taking time for a doctor’s appointment and knowing you don’t have to check your email after hours. It means feeling cared for — so you can be present when it matters, where it matters.