Grantham University and William Woods University Renew an Eight-Year Articulation Agreement

The renewed agreement allows students to continue equivalent course-to-course transfers.

Grantham University Vice President for University Partnerships Dr. Marilyn Bartels, and Dr. Thomas Frankman, William Woods University Associate Dean, Academic Services and Accreditation Processes, celebrate the signing of an articulation agreement between the two institutions Friday, February 13, 2015.

Lenexa, Kan. – Feb. 13, 2015 – Grantham University and William Woods University signed their first articulation agreement on February 13, 2007. Eight years later to the date, they renewed this partnership to continue offering equivalent course-to-course transfers. The articulation agreement will broaden educational opportunities with additional course options for GU and WWU graduates.

This agreement allows students to seamlessly transfer courses between the two universities and offers flexibility through Grantham’s online courses and William Woods’ classroom options. “Grantham University is proud to collaborate with William Woods University in supporting our students,” said Vice President for University Partnerships Dr. Marilyn Bartels. “We have increased our options offering more than 40 course-to-course programs. Students can be assured a clear path to achieve their educational and career goals.”

“This partnership continues to open doors for students in our programs. We look forward to the initiative with Grantham University and helping students to reach their objectives,” said Dr. Thomas Frankman, William Woods University Associate Dean, Academic Services and Accreditation Processes.

Enrollment is now available to qualified students or graduates. To learn more about Grantham’s 100 percent online degree and certificate programs, visit: grantham.edu/online-degrees.

About Williams Woods University: William Woods University is a coeducational, independent, professions-oriented, liberal arts-based institutions of approximately 3,500 students. Founded in 1870, the mission of William Woods has always been to provide an excellent education while ensuring personal development. The university offers both graduate and undergraduate degrees in a variety of disciplines in both campus and outreach settings. Located in the middle of the country, WWU draws students from 45 states. In fact, 33 percent of the traditional student body is from states other than Missouri. Additionally, students from approximately 20 foreign countries are pursuing degrees at the Woods, creating a unique cultural experience.

About Grantham University: Established in 1951, Grantham University specializes in accredited online certificates, and associate, bachelor’s, and master’s degrees. Grantham’s programs include: Accounting, Business, Human Resources, Criminal Justice, Computer Science, Cybersecurity, Engineering Technology, Allied Health, Information Technology, Performance Improvement and Nursing. Grantham University has been accredited since 1961 by the Distance Education Accrediting Commission (DEAC). The Mark Skousen School of Business at Grantham University has been awarded the status of Candidate for Accreditation by the International Assembly for Collegiate Business Education (IACBE). Grantham University has been reviewed and approved as a Registered Educational Provider of the Project Management Institute.