SA Tips for Holiday Sanity

At most traditional brick-and-mortar campuses, there is a month-long holiday break beginning early December. The beauty of 100% online courses at Grantham University is that you can keep going we have start dates available almost every Wednesday! Despite this availability, there can definitely be a desire "or need" for a mental holiday break. Some students feel as though schoolwork infringes on time with family, and could make the holidays a little less enjoyable. Back in June, I wrote a blog…

Do you suffer from Impostor Syndrome? Here’s how to break the cycle!

I earned my Master of Business Administration at Grantham in 2014, but I wanted to study something that would equip me to succeed in my new role as a student advisor trainer. A university in the area offers a Master of Science in Adult and Continuing Education, and it seemed perfect. I enrolled in my first course and spent the weeks prior to class freaking out about whether I should bring a notebook or a laptop, or if I should…

How much do you know about academic integrity at Grantham University?

While most students, including those at a 100% online University such as Grantham, are focused on pursuing their studies with academic integrity, there are bound to be a few bad apples in the lot. As long as any school has existed with the intention of providing students an honest, quality education, there has been someone who has tried to “work the system” through misconduct, dishonesty or deception. This is particularly true in the Internet age. There seem to be more and more…

The One Word that Could Help You Finish Your 100% Online Degree Faster

Let’s take a moment to talk about Sir Isaac Newton. I remember sitting in my ninth grade Physical Science course, trying to understand the very basic physics concepts that Mr. Jameson was throwing at me. I've always been more of a writer, and I’m not so good with numbers and science. The one thing that stuck with me from that class is Newton’s First Law of Motion. For those who don’t know, it states an object in motion tends to…