Special Tuition Rates for Civil Servants and First Responders

Are you a first responder or civil servant who wants to deepen your knowledge? Expand your skill set or prepare for a promotion? Even if you’ve already begun your career, earning a degree (or maybe a second degree) can enhance your opportunities and lead to a more fulfilling professional experience. Grantham University recognizes the sacrifices that all civil servants, first responders and military personnel make to serve their communities. That’s why the degree and certificate programs at Grantham offer flexible…Read +

Honored to Serve Those Who Serve: Grantham University’s Purple Heart Designation

2019 is already shaping up to be a banner year for the Grantham family of students, alumni, faculty, and staff. In January, we were excited to announce new degree programs in business administration and paralegal studies that are available starting March 2019. Today, we’re celebrating our recent designation as a Purple Heart University, which recognizes Grantham for its commitment to the military veteran community. A Legacy of Serving Those Who Serve. Donald Grantham, the founder of Grantham University, was a…Read +

Military Support: Interview with a Lead Admissions Representative

Pursuing postsecondary education can seem overwhelming for military personnel—but it doesn’t have to be. Many students who are active-duty or retired military find success pursuing a degree with Grantham University. Founded by a veteran and recognized for being military-friendly, Grantham realizes how valuable your military experience, training and benefits are to your continued success. Grantham University values the sacrifices service members and their families make to serve our country. That’s why Grantham University’s flexible, online degree and certificate programs allow…Read +

7 Tips for Those Thinking of Going Back to College

We all know someone who, though they may work hard, is stuck in the same dead-end job they’ve had for years. They are missing the challenge and satisfaction that comes with a career, not to mention the better pay, benefits and long-term stability. We know they have the potential to achieve more if they could just finish their degree. But how do you tell them that? Maybe they just need a friendly push, but bringing up the topic of going…Read +