Many people start college, but time and life demands can get in the way. Now, JEVS Human Services and Southern New Hampshire University have partnered to help you achieve your educational goals your way—with flexible, affordable, supported online degree programs.
Working with a personal support coach from JEVS Human Services, students can graduate with an associate or bachelor’s degree from Southern New Hampshire University, a highly-accredited, nonprofit institution, in as little as 18 months. Students receive a high-quality education that emphasizes real-world skills needed in the workplaces of today and tomorrow.
Who will benefit? Working adults who need a degree to move up the corporate ladder, college students who may not have completed their degree, young adults seeking alternative degree programs, those who want to tackle college online, and more!
You’ll learn online…on your own time, at your own pace…with timely, personalized feedback and structured one-to-one coaching. All the tools you need for your success! Earning your degree online from SNHU is a smart career move. Earning it with help from your own personal JEVS coach is even smarter.
In the JEVS/SNHU program, you’ll have JEVS advisors guiding you through enrollment to graduation. Plus, your own coach for personal mentoring and support. Let’s meet to ensure we’re a good fit.
Explore your personal goals, outline your learning plan and draft your initial schedule—map out your college experience side-by-side with your learning coach.
Everything you need is available online day and night—so you can adjust your routine as your life changes.
Work on challenging, real world projects to gain valuable skills and knowledge you’ll need for your career. Advance more quickly through subjects you already know, and take more time where you need it.
Submit your work and receive in-depth comments from faculty reviewers. Using the feedback, resubmit your projects as many times as it takes.
Graduate with an associate or bachelor’s degree from Southern New Hampshire University, a nationally recognized, nonprofit institution.
“I didn’t have my own place. I was bouncing from my mother’s to my in-laws. My mentor was there for me, creating the schedule that was best for my family.” Jeneane