What You Can Expect From Your Grantham Student Advisor

Have you struggled with assignments or time management in your online college courses? Have you had concerns about your progress and wondered what you can do to improve? Have you needed an answer to a specific question or problem, but didn’t know where to turn? Your Grantham University student advisor can assist with all of the above and more. The primary objective of a student advisor (or “SA”) at Grantham is to help you on your journey to graduation and…Read +

7 Tips to Be Successful in an Online Learning Environment

Online learning comes with many benefits, from flexibility to affordability, but like any learning environment, you must be self-motivated to succeed. This is especially true as an online student, because you study and complete assignments on your own time, largely unsupervised. For someone who has never taken online courses before, the process of learning online can raise questions. How do I attend class? Turn in assignments? Work on group projects? If I have a question, how do I raise my…Read +

Discover the Benefits of an Electronics Engineering Technology Degree

When you were a kid, did you take things apart to see how they worked? Did you enjoy the challenge of putting them back together? Do you still do this as an adult, perhaps with your car, home appliances or children’s toys? The electronics engineering technology field needs inquisitive minds like yours. Electronics engineering technology – and the related, but separate discipline of electrical engineering technology – are complex fields that combine mathematics, science, engineering and technology. For passionate and…Read +

Top 5 Benefits of Earning Your Degree Online at Grantham

With more than 6.3 million students taking classes online in the United States, according to this usnews.com report, online education is quickly becoming more than just an acceptable way of learning — it’s becoming preferred. Today’s traditional universities weren’t designed to serve non-traditional students. They lack flexibility in scheduling, offering certain courses only during the day when prospective adult learners are typically at work. These universities also provide limited personal attention. Lecture halls packed to the brim with hundreds of…Read +