While the majority of our work over the next two years focuses on educating refugees outside of the U.S., our project is inextricably linked to the political climate in the US. This is especially true given the many referendums involving resettlement coming directly from the White House. This leads to further discussion about refugees at
Eugenie seized the opportunity to show her talents at when SNHU opened the opportunity to earn a bachelor’s degree.
Sadiki was accepted in the first cohort of students when SNHU opened the campus in Kiziba Refugee Camp.
The question I often get is “Why SNHU?” On one level, my response is, “Who else?”