Frequently Asked Questions
Want to learn more? Quick details about AdvanceEDU.
At AdvanceEDU we are deeply committed to collaborating with universities who provide low-cost, high-quality degrees. For example, tuition for SNHU degrees is set at $6,495 a year. There are no fees and since tuition is set right near the maximum Pell Grant award, most students will graduate with zero student debt.
- Complete your FAFSA application to see if you’re eligible for financial aid. Make sure you add SNHU to your FAFSA. The school code to enter is 002580. Need help? Schedule an appointment with us!
- When you decide if you’d like to attend, please let us know no later than May 1, 2022! The first 20 students to enroll in our program will receive a special gift. To let us know, please complete this form: https://bit.ly/AdvanceEDUconfirm
- Then, schedule a meeting with us to complete enrollment forms. After you fill out the confirmation form, we’ll email you to set this up. Or you can go here to schedule a time: https://calendly.com/vanessa-roman/advanceedu-pre-enrollment-session
- Attend orientation during the weeks of July 4th and July 11th.
- Begin AdvanceEDU Onboarding on July 18th.
- Start your college courses on August 29th!
AdvanceEDU offers new and thoughtful approach to earning a college degree through our collaborating universities. This model combines high-quality online college degrees from accredited and non-profit universities with in-person supports aimed at helping students succeed. Every student will have a personalized Success Coach, access to technology services, meals, child care support, career development opportunities, etc. These degrees are also self-paced and low cost so you can earn a degree around your schedule with little to no student debt upon completion. A degree is possible, we believe in a team approach to college and career, and we are with you every step of the way.
We plan to grow within Denver for the next three years and then expand more broadly after that. During that time, we will grow the number of higher education partners and major partners, as well as the number of businesses that are providing work-based learning opportunities for our students. Within ten years, we aim to have served 10,000 students and close our higher education equity gaps in Colorado.
AdvanceEDU students will have access to several work-based learning experiences, including paid opportunities. These include but aren’t limited to internships, co-ops, and mentorships. AdvanceEDU partners with local companies and organizations who are intent on properly training their talent pipeline; meaning students will have great work experiences to build their resumes and professional networks. We will align these offerings to the career goals you have discussed with your Success Coach.
AdvanceEDU Onboarding (AO) is an 8-week free trial period and college prep program which has two main goals. The first is to ensure that you are ready academically, emotionally, logistically, and professionally to be (back) in school – and that the timing is right. Second, AO will help determine if AdvanceEDU and online learning is a good fit for you, and for us to make sure we can serve you well.
Both AdvanceEDU and collaborating universities will work with students to ensure their needs are met. Most students find that between SNHU’s self-paced and flexible curriculum and free access to Read&Write literacy software, their learning needs are effectively supported. In SNHU’s degree programs, students have unlimited time per assignment, there are no tests, there are multiple media resources available for each assignment, and students can resubmit assignments as needed without penalty. All students have free access to Read&Write literacy software for hearing text read aloud, using speech-to-text, screen masking, spell checking, and other accessibility needs, in addition to the online Writing Center, academic coaches, and 24/7 tutoring. SNHU’s Disability and Accessibility Services can provide additional accommodations for vision and hearing impairments, as well as Open Dyslexic Font and Equation software for math.
AdvanceEDU and collaborating universities both provide academic support and scaffolds for English language learners. A student’s Success Coach will help students identify their personal needs, the best aligned resources, and learning strategies that work for them. SNHU students have online access to the Writing Center, academic coaches, 24/7 tutoring, and skill-building workshops, among other resources. All students have free access to Read&Write literacy software for hearing text read aloud, using speech-to-text, picture dictionaries, spell checking, and more.