Kansas City, Mo.– Grantham University, www.grantham.edu, an online university specializing in educating working adults, announced that student, Christine Glover, was awarded a $1,000 scholarship to use toward her tuition at Grantham University through the Imagine America Foundation's (IAF) Adult Skills Education Program.
"Christine was chosen as a scholarship recipient because of the importance she places on earning a college degree," said Dr. John LaNear, President of Grantham University. "She has proven to be an exemplary student, all while raising a family and encouraging her husband as he pursues his college degree."
Glover, a military wife of 18 years, chose Grantham University's Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice because of a love for computer forensics. She is looking forward to beginning a career as a Computer Forensic Technician, but even more than that, she wants to be the best role model that she can be for her son.
When asked what she enjoys the most about Grantham University, Glover responded, "The convenience of going to school and not leaving the house is the most cherished thing about distance learning; it provides me with more time with my family."
Since 2008, Grantham University has supported Imagine America's Adult Skills Education Program, a national aid program established in 2008 to assist adult, non-traditional learners in their quest for higher education. This year, Grantham University is committed to funding and awarding two, $1,000.00 scholarships. For more information, visit: http://www.imagine-america.org.