Southern New Hampshire University (also known as SNHU) promotes its online degree programs in a series of new ads, aiming to highlight that “Education gives people the power to change their worlds”.
One of them, titled “Break the cycle”, features a single hard-working father who takes care of his son, goes to work at a factory and also studies to get his degree whenever he can (at night, after the boy falls asleep, and during his lunch breaks) to be able to create a better life for him and his family. Eventually, he manages to do that by getting an office job, at a company, thanks to its online degree.
The song used in the commercial is “For You” by Canadian roots folk duo Twin Bandit (formed by singer/songwriters Jamie Elliott and Hannah Walker), appearing on their debut album, “For You”, released in 2015.
SNHU invites you to choose from over 200 affordable online programs, designed for busy adult learners and backed by industry-leading student support, stating that you will get help for whatever you need – from securing transcripts to financial aid, evaluating transfer credits to course requirements, meeting weekly goals to final milestones.
SNHU also informs that the tuition rates for its online programs (which are designed to accommodate your busy life, giving you 24/7 access to the online classroom) are among the lowest in the nation. In addition, generous credit transfer policies and multiple term starts per year are offered, as well as support for helping students stay on track and reach their goal.