SNHU, art institute talking merger
The institute’s name would be retained, with the addition of “The Arts College of Southern New Hampshire” used in marketing materials, LeBlanc said in an interview.
LeBlanc and Reilly said they wouldn’t expect the merger to result in staff layoffs, despite merging some back-office operations, such as purchasing, billing and financial aid.
Thomas Horgan, president and CEO of New Hampshire College & University Council in Concord, said it was an intriguing match.
“We stumbled into this idea,” LeBlanc said.
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