How SNHU Kakuma student Joseph led his community’s COVID response.
As Dadaab and Kakuma camps face potential closure, we will ensure students have uninterrupted access to GEM scholarships and support.
The GEM community reflects on the commemoration period for victims of the Genocide against Tutsi in Rwanda.
GEM staff reflect on the commemoration period for victims of the Genocide against Tutsi in Rwanda.
From the outset of the pandemic, we’ve been thinking about ways to share the powerful experiences of our students as they pursue their education from refugee camps or dense urban centers during a global public health crisis.
First-of-its-kind coding center opens in Dzaleka refugee camp.
A model that lets students drive their education—and overcome barriers to higher education.
SNHU GEM students continue to study and succeed despite uncertain times — here’s what we can learn from GEM’s flexible, competency-based model.
What SNHU’s Global Education Movement students have taught us about online learning in the most difficult of circumstances
In the last year, COVID-19 has drastically reshaped all of our lives—how we work, shop, visit with friends and family and, of course, how we go to school. As one of the fastest growing universities in the nation — with 160,000 online learners and 3,000 on-campus students — SNHU was uniquely suited to tackle the
Bringing a college education to students in refugee camps has the potential to change the world — and might just revolutionize higher education in the United States.