What I liked best about my UA Grantham experience were the instructors, professors, and advisors I met along the way. Honestly, I was very skeptical of online learning when I first started, but all of my advisors, teachers and fellow students were very welcoming and helpful! I loved that I was a part of something inclusive.
UA Grantham helped me succeed by never letting me give up on myself. My advisor and instructors were incredibly motivational to me, and understanding if I ended up getting behind. There was a point that I was ready to give up and just stop doing the work, but my advisors and instructors (and parents of course) wouldn't let me do that—for my own sake.
My degree is in paralegal studies, and I plan on becoming certified as a Paralegal in the state I live in, then going to work in family law, or within the foster care and adoption system! I want to make a difference and help children who may not otherwise have that help.
With this degree, I can say that I am the first in my immediate family to hold a college degree! It is a great feeling to have made it to a milestone like that.
I am grateful for my experience at UA Grantham. I want to thank my advisors, professors and classmates for keeping me going even when I wanted to quit—giving me an education that will truly benefit my life—and making the past two years at UA Grantham the years that taught me who I am as a person. I truly appreciate every one of you!
There is no guarantee, express or implied, that a college degree or certificate from University of Arkansas Grantham will improve employment prospects, earnings, earnings potential, or career advancement opportunities.
Graduate Mario N. chose to pursue his communications degree from UA Grantham because he wanted a top-tier education from a university that could also accommodate his needs. Mario is grateful for the continuous feedback and support he received throughout his college journey, and for the world of opportunities his degree has opened up for him.
Graduate Jay-R Maddela-LaCambra, completed his finals early in the summer of 2021—the last box to check toward his master’s degree in Healthcare Administration from Grantham University. Far from farewell, he instead took a deep breath in preparation for his pursuance of yet another Grantham degree—this time for business.