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Get to Know Grantham’s Military Spouse of the Year

In her nearly 17 years of service as an active duty Air Force member, Del Rio, Texas, resident Jessica Fleurimond said she could not have done her job without her husband, Adam Fleurimond, by her side. Adam’s devotion to Jessica earned him the title of Grantham University's Military Spouse of the Year —announced on Friday, May 12. The couple, who met at a wedding, became involved in each other’s lives, providing support and compassion through the ups and downs of…Read +

What makes a university military-centric?

Editor’s Note: The following article was published in the April edition of the Military Advanced Education and Transition magazine. The article highlights Grantham University’s faculty training and its positive impact on the military student experience. As universities experienced in helping military learners have discovered … the unique attributes of service members and veterans make them prime candidates for success in the classroom. Their hectic lifestyles often require quick shifts in priorities – demands that can prove challenging in sticking with…Read +

Growing Up Military

Editor’s note: April is the Month of the Military Child. This awareness month was established to underscore the important role children play in the military community. In the following blog post, Grantham University’s Chief Marketing Officer and Executive Vice President shares some of her memories growing up as a military child. Growing up military has its own unique rhythms, tempo and traditions, and instills in kids a valuable and unique set of life skills. Not having one permanent home for…Read +

How to Transfer GI Bill Benefits to Dependents

The release of the Post 9/11 GI Bill3 provided military personnel with access to better educational benefits than they previously received. Innovative features in the bill included a housing allowance paid directly to students, as well as allowing service members the ability, and option, to transfer GI Bill benefits to their dependents. The option to set aside GI Bill education benefits for a spouse or children was likely the single most popular option of the Post 9/11 GI Bill. Unlike…Read +

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