Summer of Learning program available to new and returning students who start in July.
Lenexa, Kan., June 7, 2021 — UA Grantham, an online university, has announced that it will provide laptops at no additional cost to students enrolling in degree programs as part of its Summer of Learning program.
To qualify, students must complete the admission process and be admitted to an associate, bachelor’s, or master’s degree program and begin classes in July 2021. Admitted students in good academic standing will receive a Lenovo Windows 10 laptop fully equipped with the required software and access to Microsoft Office 365 through the UA Grantham student portal.
“For 70 years, UA Grantham has been committed to giving its students exceptional resources and support and this is just one more way to show our dedication to student success,” said Lindsay Bridgeman, interim president of UA Grantham. “We want prospective students to know our mission is to give and do more for our learners, and we hope that by providing a laptop at no additional cost to degree-seeking students we can make higher education more accessible and change lives for the better.”
For complete details, including a list of frequently asked questions, or to apply visit www.uagrantham.edu.
About UA Grantham: Founded in 1951 by WWII veteran Donald Grantham, Grantham University provides online higher education for all adult learners, including our nation’s military for whom the university was established. Designated in 2019 as a Purple Heart University, Grantham boasts a diverse student body, approximately half being military-affiliated. For anyone balancing education with a demanding lifestyle, Grantham is the solution with its flexible online learning environment, monthly course starts, 50+ online degree and certificate programs, and one of the lowest tuitions in the country1.
Accredited by the Distance Education Accrediting Commission, Grantham continues to receive programmatic accreditations as it evolves its education offerings to meet marketplace demands.
Brandon Swenson, communications manager, is on University of Arkansas Grantham’s editorial board. A veteran and college graduate himself, he understands the benefits and intricacies of government education programs, such as veteran education benefits. Brandon earned his bachelor’s degree from the University of Missouri-Kansas City toward the end of his nearly two-decade tour in the United States Marine Corps.