You Serve Others ... Now Serve Your Future!
As a first responder, you’ve dedicated your life to serving your community. Now it’s time to serve your future. It’s time to take the next step to improve your life and career. It’s time to pursue a college degree.
At Grantham University, we make it easy for emergency responders – including U.S. federal, state and local law enforcement personnel, firefighters and paramedics – to pursues a college education and earn a degree.
If you’re looking at an online degree program, you’ve probably got a lot of questions: Why should I pick an online college versus a physical campus? How long will it take to get my degree? What is online college like? How does online college work?
Depending on your chosen degree or program, you may be able to finish in as little as 2 years. As an online college, we’re not concerned about paying for building upkeep or expansion, and you don’t have to worry about the costs of transportation or parking, so we tend to be more affordable than a physical campus. We continually refresh the content of our online programs to provide a current, professionally relevant education. While you work at your pace, you have access to one-on-one attention when you need it. Our instructors are armed with industry-relevant experience, instilling programs with the skills and methodologies you’ll need to compete in today’s dynamic workforce.
Although our tuition rates are already lower than most online colleges and many state universities, we also offer first responder scholarships, software and textbook grants, as well assistance with financial aid (for those who qualify).
You don’t have to worry about inconvenient semester start dates or schedules; our terms last only eight weeks (56 days) each.
With no set log-in times, weekly course starts and a flexible curriculum, you study on your schedule, not ours.
As emergency responders or military servicemen, many of your classmates understand you difficulties you face every day.
Undergraduate and graduate degree programs and certificates to prepare for promotion opportunities or a career change.
Grantham evaluates different types of learning — in and outside the classroom — to help you get credit for the time you’ve already invested in your education.