If you want to teach, stay away from SNHU
Adjunct Instructor (Former Employee) – South Carolina – November 23, 2016
The workload is excessive. Instructors are supposed to provide substantial feedback, and meeting all of their requirements makes this a $10 an hour job at best. Final grading is a complete joke. You have less than two days to grade 20+ papers with substantive feedback. Micromanagement is excessive, and the team leads have absolutely no management experience whatsoever. Class assignments are based on the evaluations by your team leads, and these tend to be overly critical. Pay is substandard. I teach at a local community college which pays more than this so-called "university," and am not micromanaged. Worse, the team leads evaluate you based on how well you complete assignment rubrics, even though the rubrics don't often correctly reflect the assignment they are supposed to go with.
This is a for-profit hiding behind a non-profit status. They do not care about individual instructors at all. Do yourself a favor and look elsewhere for work.
So, if you don't mind being a mindless robot and follow the instructions to the letter without wavering and never question anything you might fit in.
Too many to post here.