Insights + Articles

  • May 24, 2018
  • by Mike Larsson

Congratulations to the SNHU class of 2018!

On May 12th the Duet team and more than 300 of ours students’ family and friends headed north to SNHU arena in Manchester NH, to join the thousands who were on hand to celebrate and cheer for those taking part in the Southern New Hampshire University’s (SNHU) 2018 graduation ceremony.

60 Duet students earned Associate Degrees and 6 earned Bachelor’s Degrees. 

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  • May 17, 2018
  • by Jake Weissbourd

Duet Students Study Abroad

In late February of this year six Duet students and I traveled to Colombia on a study and service trip. These students are enrolled in online Associate or Bachelor’s degree program at Southern New Hampshire University (SNHU) with Duet. This trip was a chance for them to build on what they are learning in their degrees, have new experiences, and give back.

"This was an experience I will never forget. An experience I will talk to my kids about someday.”    ~ Heyden Acosta, Duet student

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  • April 05, 2018
  • by Cristina Costa

How Duet Fits into the Life of Bianna Bautista, a Full-time Nursing Assistant, Fitness Enthusiast and Dominican Mother from Dorchester

I chose Duet because it was the perfect program for my lifestyle. The flexibility and the fact that you work on your own pace works perfectly with my schedule. A lot of times, it’s hard when you go to college and you have to schedule your time with your classes, but Duet courses are always available. On my down time at work, I work on my Duet projects. 

"Duet gives you the ability to get your degree at a faster rate and gives you more support. It’s like a family in a way. When I was at community college, I didn’t really get to know the professors or students well. I feel much more included at Duet." 

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  • March 29, 2018

Forbes -- New Study: Less Expensive Competency Based Education Programs Just as Good as Traditional Programs

Competency based education BostonWe are excited to see how this Forbes' article supports the competency based education model that Duet and SNHU are pushing for! Students not only learn more through CBE programs but that this model is more affordable, flexible and provides work readiness skills. 

The average tuition for a bachelor’s degree at a traditional four-year college increased more than 15 times faster than the average household income in the United States. Students who borrow graduate with an average of $27,000 in student loans. Student loan defaults slow economic growth by limiting access to credit, stifling entrepreneurship, and reducing long-term buying power. 

  • March 26, 2018
  • by Mary Leviner

Mary Leviner: Director of Enrollment at Duet

My name is Mary Leviner and I am the Director of Enrollment at Duet. I host multiple weekly information sessions at our downtown Boston campus to explain Duet’s partnership with SNHU, the services we offer our students, and options for covering the cost of tuition at Duet.

All enrollment inquiries can be sent to my email, [email protected]. I assist them with completing the enrollment process from start to finish!

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At Duet (formerly Match Beyond), we're excited to help lead the movement in reinventing higher education. We'll share all that we are learning in that effort and news we think you’ll want to know.