We're Here to Help You Earn Your Degree!

At Grantham University, we measure success by how well we help our students – busy, working adult learners like you – overcome challenges to successfully earn a degree.

We were one of the first schools to make the switch to 100% online classes to help students fit a degree program into their lives. And then we pioneered internal processes designed to give students immediate help, ensuring they have the resources they need to be successful.

We’re here for your success. And we’ll walk every virtual step of the journey to make sure that happens.

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It was unreal, the level of communication that I got and how personal they were. To me it felt like they truly and genuinely cared.

Take Control of Your Job Future Career Services is Here to Help
For Students

Your end-goal is finding the career you love. At Grantham University, we're committed to your success. Earning your degree was step one. From résumé assistance and interview tips to accessing job postings, our Career Services staff is here to help you achieve step two. Grantham Pathways for Students/Alumni

For Employers

Extend your reach into a pool of job candidates well-qualified in business, healthcare, technology, criminal justice and more. Many of Grantham’s students are military service members, so your job postings reach a highly qualified candidate pool known for exceptional work ethics and self-discipline. Grantham Pathways for Employers

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Teaching & Learning Center

Through the Teaching & Learning Center, we give our students access to helpful resources such as tutorials, live chat sessions with faculty, an online library and individualized tutoring. We also provide links on tips and techniques for effective study habits, time management, communication skills and more.

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Student Consumer Information

Grantham University participates in federal financial aid programs in order to help students overcome life’s challenges and earn a degree. We are happy to comply with mandates to provide current and prospective students with the consumer information they need to make a good educational decision.

 

Get the Academic Support You Need

At Grantham, we love it when you succeed. To help you achieve your goals and earn a degree, we’ve implemented a number of student academic support programs, including …

Student Advisors

Support When You Need It

You will be assigned a student advisor (SA) upon enrollment to give you the support you need to achieve...

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Support When You Need It

You will be assigned a student advisor (SA) upon enrollment to give you the support you need to achieve success in your chosen degree program. Your SA will communicate regularly with you to help you stay on track with your goals. And your SA will be there to celebrate your achievements with you. Your SA can help with:

  • Academic advising
  • Accountability to your academic plans
  • Academic motivation and goal setting
  • Initial help with specific non-academic issues (study habits, time management, etc.)
  • Referral to other appropriate University resources
  • Appropriate interventions for students identified as at-risk
  • Communicating concerns to the proper department
  • Registering for courses each term

Ultimately, you are responsible for your academic decisions and education … but your SA is here to help make your education a success. It’s your education. Let’s make it a good one. Stay in contact.

Tutoring Services

One-on-One Help

Grantham University’s Teaching and Learning Center (TLC) provides academic support by offering assistance to ...

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One-on-One Help

Grantham University’s Teaching and Learning Center (TLC) provides academic support by offering assistance to students who need help with their courses. In addition to the Math Center, Writing Center and weekly live group chats, TLC also offers two hours of individualized tutoring each week to Grantham students. After you enroll, if you need one-to-one tutoring help, it’s easy to access through the Blackboard learning center.

Student Success Partners

A Full-Circle of Support

From the minute you step through Grantham’s virtual door, we strive to provide a full circle of ...

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A Full-Circle of Support

From the minute you step through Grantham’s virtual door, we strive to provide a full circle of attentive, one-on-one, exceptional student support. One way we do that is through our Student Success Partners (SSP) program. It gives you a way to build a team of personal supporters – friends, family, mentors, fellow classmates, etc. – to work with your University support system to help you achieve success. These partners will have the ability to check your academic progress to hold you accountable … and to celebrate your victories.

 

Helpful Online Resources

Professional Branding that Gets You Noticed

Ignite your job search through a top-line online presence.
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How to Ace the Interview … and Stand Out from the Crowd

Prepare for a new career with this Military-to-Civilian transition guide.
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Entering the Civilian Workforce – Your Journey Starts Here!

Get a head start on your Military-to-Civilian career transition with this helpful guide.
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Online Education Resources

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Be the One Every Employer Wants to Hire!

Your education doesn’t stop with your degree. From the time you come to Grantham, we’ll help you with professional development tools and one-on-one assistance to win the job you want. Get the help you need to …

  • Identify your key strengths
  • Define your career direction
  • Create a professional social media presence
  • Begin to build a professional network
  • Access relevant positions from more than 1,000 employers
  • Become active in student organizations

You have career goals. We’re here to help.

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Career Launch Enroll in our no-cost career transition program

Whether you’re looking for your first great job, seeking to transition into a new role, or planning to pursue a career change, we have the program for you. Career Launch is a no-cost program open to all Grantham students and alumni who want to hone the skills required to land that dream job and thrive in your career. Registration is quick and easy. Reserve your spot today!

Reserve My Spot

Questions? Contact the Grantham University Career Services Department at 1-800-955-2527 Ext. 173 or CareerServices@Grantham.edu.

Grantham Pathways
Job-Search for Students

More than 1,000 employers use Grantham Pathways as an effective recruiting tool. For a list of companies hiring Grantham grads, go to Grantham Pathways.

Recruiting for Employers

Unlimited job postings to a highly qualified candidate pool, including military veterans with the exceptional work ethic employers value. Learn more at Grantham Pathways.

 

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Career Booster Webinar Series

Each month Grantham University presents a Career Booster webinar featuring a topic of interest to career seekers and established professionals alike. Check out recordings of previous webinars and the calendar of upcoming topics.
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Military-to-Civilian Transition

Get the kind of help you need to stay on track with your education … and get the degree you need to advance in a civilian career. Check out Grantham’s helpful Military-to-Civilian transition guides.
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Career Services does not guarantee employment and does not provide placement services. Should you have any questions relating to careers associated with your degree program or need assistance in the development of the career tools necessary to conduct a successful career search, contact Career Services at (800) 955-2527 ext. 173.

Student Consumer Information

Regulations promulgated by the United States Department of Education to implement changes made to the Higher Education Act of 1965, as amended (HEA), by the Higher Education Amendments of 1998 require the disclosure of financial assistance and institutional information to students under the student financial assistance programs administered pursuant to Title IV of the Higher Education Act of 1965, as amended. These programs include the Federal Pell Grant Program and the William D. Ford Federal Direct Loan Program. Under the regulations, Grantham University must, on an annual basis, distribute to all enrolled students a notice of the availability of financial assistance and institutional information required to be disclosed pursuant to the HEA amendments and pursuant to the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) which governs access to student educational records maintained by educational institutions and the release of information from those records.

Consumer information for current and prospective students can be accessed via the links below. Students may also contact the Compliance Department, 16025 W 113th Street, Lenexa, KS. 66219, or email compliance@grantham.edu to request a paper copy of these disclosures or for more information on any of these topics. Additionally, students may direct specific inquiries about student financial assistance to finaid@grantham.edu.

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