Program areas at Southern New Hampshire University Student Government Association
Clubs and activities - there are 60+ recognized clubs and organizations on campus. The large number of diverse clubs offers something for almost everyone; and if there isn't a club that a Student is interested in, a New one can be created. Funds allow club members to attend many events and go on trips within the area. The Association also funds travel and fees for out of state conferences, which are associated with each clubs' individual mission, and cosponsors club coordinated events held on campus. Club involvement encourages students to maintain good grades as there is a minimum gpa to be a member. Clubs and organizations provide free or low-cost programs and trips to the Student body and club membership fosters a sense of belonging.
Last chapter pub - the last chapter pub is located in the robert a. freese Student center and is a great place for students to hang out in between classes, relax, socialize with friends and enjoy free or low-cost food and drinks. During the evenings the pub offers free entertainment such as live music, karaoke events, dances, comedians, and much more. The operations of the last chapter pub is partially funded by the Student activities fee.
Student center - the Student center is a great place for students to hang out in between classes, socialize with friends and attend free programs. Students can relax in the comfortable furniture and watch tv or sit at one of the many tables and enjoy a snack purchased from the cafe or book store. Commuters have a separate lounge where they can spend more time socializing, doing homework or watching tv. The operations of the robert a. freese Student center are partially funded by dollars allocated in the Student activities fees. This amounts to $25 per Student, per semester. These funds are used to support Student programming, Student staffing, staffing needs (i.e. Training, recognition, apparel), and capital repairs as needed.
Copies plus - copies plus is located in the robert a. freese Student center and is where students can make inexpensive print related purchases. Copies plus provides the following low-cost services to students: copying, laminating, poster printing, binding, balloon filling and various other print-related jobs. The operations of copies plus are funded by its own operations. Funds primarily come from departments and Student organizations. Student organizations are allocated $165 per year to use exclusively at copies plus. Funds from these sources are used to pay for the copier lease, paper, ink, helium, etc.