SGA's Community Conversations 2021

Upcoming Events:

No Upcoming Events

Past Events:

March 23rd, 2021 @ 3:30pm

We’re as virtually fatigued as you, so we’re here to help you. If you want to relax, unwind, and engage in meaningful conversations, this is the place for you. Come out and enjoy fun activities with SGA!

March 30th, 2021 @ 3:30pm

I scream. You scream. This week’s theme is ice cream! Come talk about your favorite frozen desserts and bring ingredients to make a delicious summer treat. It’s time to relax, kick back, and enjoy the conversation!

April 6th, 2021 @ 3:30pm

Meow meow. Woof woof. Get ready; get set to bring your pet! This week is centered around our beloved companions and our favorite animals. Whether you have a goldfish, a rabbit, or no pets at all, you’re welcome to join us in chatting, relaxing, and having a fun time!

April 13th, 2021 @ 3:30pm

Feeling tense before finals? Need a break from schoolwork? Well, this is the place for you! This week, we'll dive into mediation exercises and relax ourselves with some therapeutic activities. Bring your favorite relaxation tips and tricks to share, and no matter how much experience you have, you’re guaranteed to have fun!

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What is Community Conversations?

Community Conversations is a space that SNHUdents can come and hang out with each other and talk about anything they want about SNHU that concerns them or they have questions about. SNHUdents are also welcome to talk about non-SNHU topics to connect with fellow SNHUdents while remote.


Where Student Government Association comes in is we can provide some answers to your questions or bring your concerns up to the University. Where we can help resolve these concerns. If you are unable to attend any of the Community Conversations Events please leave us a suggestion with your concern below. 

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