Accreditation and Affiliations

Grantham is accredited by the Distance Education Accrediting Commission (DEAC). Our programs meet or exceed DEAC’s published academic and ethical standards.

University Assessment

Do we do what we say we do? Can we prove it? At Grantham, we are committed to answering these questions through our academic assessment process.

DEAC Consumer Information

Distance Education Accrediting Commission (DEAC) consumer information disclosures about Grantham University.


Grantham was founded by WWII Veteran Donald Grantham, whose desire was to help fellow veterans improve their lives through higher education.

AU-ABC Program

The Air University Associate to Baccalaureate Cooperative (AU-ABC) program offers baccalaureate degree opportunities to Air Force members.

Proof of High School Graduation

Grantham University requires completion of high school or its equivalency for admission into Grantham’s undergraduate and certificate programs. If the University is unable to verify successful completion of high school, or its equivalent, it is the responsibility of the student to ensure that official proof of high school completion, or its equivalent, is provided prior…

Transfer Credit Policy

Grantham evaluates and awards transfer credit any time an enrolled student submits an official transcript, if applicable.

School of Nursing

Earn your online degree from Grantham University’s School of Nursing. Our online format gives you the ability to pursue your career dreams.

College of Nursing and Allied Health

Are you ready to begin – or advance – your career in health care? A degree from Grantham’s College of Nursing and Allied Health can get you started.

School of Business

Grantham University’s Mark Skousen School of Business could be just what you need to pursue any number of career opportunities in the corporate world.

Welcome to Grantham

With online learning, at Grantham University, you can earn an Associate, Bachelor's or Master's degree when it is convenient for you.

The Military Market

As more colleges pursue service members as students, concerns grow about overly aggressive tactics.

Campus on a keyboard

Online learning has been a boon to millions. But is it a convenience - or a threat to all that's best about college?