When you enrolled with Grantham University to earn your undergraduate or graduate degree, not only did you invest in your education, but you invested in your future.  We are committed to helping you succeed, which is why the University launched the 2009 Education Technology Grant program.  The intent of this program is to facilitate student success by providing you with the tools you need to pursue your educational goals.

Focus groups show that service members state a need for a laptop to participate in off-duty voluntary education, and many service members find that with a laptop, they can continue  their classes while on deployment, during training exercises, or when on temporary duty (TDY).

To be eligible, current students* must enroll into the program on or before September 9, 2009, be continuously enrolled and successfully complete 12 additional semester credit hours** (excluding GU100) by December 30, 2009, earn a grade of "C" or better (undergraduate) or a grade of "B" or better (graduate) in each course, and maintain satisfactory academic progress (as defined by the current Grantham University Catalog). Grant participants will receive a Dell laptop to take full advantage of the portability of Grantham's online courses. For more information, visit: Financial Aid.

New students are also eligible for the Education Technology Grant program. Read More

* Active duty, reservists, national guardsmen and other military service members as well as veterans (honorably or medically discharged) of any branch of the United States Armed Services are eligible for the grant program.

** Applies to courses starting on or after March 11th, 2009; excludes GU100 — Student Success.