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- Online Military College: Tuition Assistance
- Military Transfer Credits
- Military Scholarship Programs
- AU-ABC Program
- Imagine America Foundation Scholarship
- Military Family Scholarship
- Military Service Members Scholarship
- Military Spouse Tuition Assistance: MyCAA
- Veteran Education Benefits
- Veterans Scholarship
- Veterans Vocational Rehabilitation Program
Grantham University has provided educational opportunities to service members and their families since 1951. We believe that every service member, veteran and member of a military family should have the opportunity to pursue a college degree. In honor of the men and women who serve in every branch of the United States Armed Forces, Grantham University offers the following military scholarships with our thanks and gratitude.
If you are eligible for Tuition Assistance or DANTES, you may be eligible for Grantham University’s Military Scholarships. Reservists eligible for TA/DANTES may also be eligible for military scholarships. Grantham will evaluate your college and military transcripts in order to apply transfer credits toward your chosen online degree program. Military scholarships cover the costs of tuition remaining after TA/DANTES benefits have been applied, and include a Textbook and Software Grant that covers the cost of required textbooks and software.
Children and spouses of active duty, guard, reserve personnel and veterans (honorably or medically discharged) may be eligible for the Grantham Military Family Scholarship Program. Eligibility must be determined each semester. Applicants must provide proof of dependent status.
This program provides military education scholarships to veterans of the United States Military. If you have served honorably, you can apply for a veteran’s military education scholarship that will reduce the cost of tuition, and includes a Textbook and Software Grant that covers the cost of required textbooks and software.
Since 2006, Grantham University has supported the Imagine America Foundation’s Military Award Program (MAP), a national aid program that provides a $1,000 career education award to a qualified active duty service member; reservist; honorably discharged or retired veteran of a United States military service branch for attendance at a participating college. This year, Grantham University is committed to funding and awarding fifteen $1,000.00 scholarships. For more information and to apply, visit: http://www.imagine-