SNHU and NHIA say they’ll delay merger
A proposed memorandum of understanding would have had the much larger SNHU absorb NHIA as a distinct unit, alongside its 4,500-student campus, its 39,000-student online program and its competency-based College for America. The MOU called for the execution of an agreement by Sept. 1.
He also emphasized his own personal commitment to and belief in the value of the creative arts.
Not everyone at Monday’s forum was opposed to the merger.
Jim Burke, the chair of NHIA’s illustration department, said an affiliation with SNHU would help ensure the art school’s future and growth.
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