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Category: Meet Our Students

The Keys to Success as a Student

If you are a student, and you want to be successful, you should consider the four following few items on your journey. These will be important to you for your success.  Know your “why.” Be consistent. Live your life with integrity. And finally, never misuse any opportunity of connecting and seeking support. Knowing your “why”

Beyond the Classroom

Studies have impacted my life beyond classroom in many ways. I have changed personally, professionally, and I have also changed socially and psychologically Studies have impacted my life beyond classroom because my professional life changed. The first thing I learned was time management. I was taught to use and to respect a schedule. Using a

What I love about being in the classroom

Being in the classroom as a university student means a lot to me. When I am in the classroom, I think about the prayers I prayed before. I can remember times I prayed for being able to be in a classroom as a university student. Being in a classroom is the answer of my prayers.

Meet Gentille

My name is Gentille Dusenge, and I am 25 years old. I currently live in Rwanda, where my family and I have been for 22 years in a refugee camp called Kiziba. My country of origin is Democratic Republic of Congo. I have 6 younger siblings, and I have a son. I recently earned my

Meet Heritier

I am Heritier Muhire, 24, from Rwanda. I am passionate about education and technology. At the age of 12, I became an orphan after my mom passed away. It was a new journey with only my young brother. In difficult moments, regardless of the age, as the first born, I was left with the responsibilities of my parents to keep

Meet Mohamad

Hello, my name is Mohamad. I’m 26 years old, and I am from Syria. Now, I live in Tripoli, Lebanon, but my family is still in Syria. I am studying with SNHU to earn my BA in Communications, and I’m working as a cashier in a dollar shop at the same time. I have never

Meet Julia

Julia Oduol is the first GEM graduate in South Africa. She started her SNHU education in July of 2018, and pursued her Associate’s degree for six solid months with passion and dedication. Earning a college degree had always been a goal of Julia’s, but because of financial constraints, she had to put her dream on

GEM/Kepler Student David Kinzuzi wins YouthConnekt Africa Green Growth Innovation Award

My Green Home wins YouthConnekt Africa Green Growth Innovation Award My Green Home, an innovative social enterprise that addresses the challenges of urban waste management, has won the 2018 YouthConnekt Africa Green Growth Innovation Award. The award of $5,000 was presented by the Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Environemnt, Fatina Mukarubibi, to the Co-founder

Meet Aya

Hello, my name is Aya. I am 19 years old. I am from Syria, Homs. I now live in Tripoli, Lebanon, because of the war that occurred in my country. I live with my parents and three siblings in a rented house. We live a simple life. However, we are working on making it better.