Financial Aid Answers Right at Your Fingertips

Cost—it’s one of the biggest worries students have when trying to decide if they want to continue their education or not. They’re concerned about the cost of tuition, and they’re concerned about navigating the financial aid process. But it doesn’t have to be hard. At Grantham University, we strive to make education attainable to as many students as possible. That means offering answers to common questions, providing scholarship options, and helping future students feel confident as they pursue the next…Read +

Getting in the Back-to-School State of Mind (Student Support)

As summer winds down and we start seeing empty pools, displays of pens, paper and notebooks, and big yellow buses, that can only mean one thing: It is back-to-school time again. No matter if you are continuing from one term to another (or even if you’re just thinking about continuing your education), this time of year still feels like a great time to get back into the swing of your school routine. The next new start at Grantham University is…Read +

Balancing Career and School (Academic Tips)

Working full-time and taking a full course load can feel overwhelming. It makes you wonder how you will get everything done without neglecting either your career or your schoolwork? While continuing your career as you work full time isn’t easy, it also isn’t impossible. It doesn’t have to cause ulcers or sleepless nights. At Grantham University, our goal is to help you achieve your goals, even the difficult ones. If you’re taking a full course load and working full time,…Read +

Don’t Overlook Tuition Reimbursement

Paying for college is one of the biggest obstacles for many students, but many programs exist to help with the cost. You probably already know about scholarships and loans, but if you’re pursuing a degree while also working a full-time job, you may have another avenue open to you – employer tuition reimbursement. Students are often unaware of this valuable benefit, but according to a 2018 survey, more than 90% of U.S. employers offer some type of tuition assistance. Tuition…Read +