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.
By putting student needs and experiences at the center, higher education is possible for refugees and other displaced learners.
Working toward her degree in Communications, Rita helps support her community through mindfulness, literacy, and health education.
This year’s SNHU GEM Annual Impact Report focuses on what it’s like for our refugee students to pursue their education in a global pandemic.