About Grantham University

Student Resources

Student Advisors

At Grantham University, you will receive the support of a student advisor (SA) throughout your chosen degree program. This SA, who is assigned to you immediately upon enrollment, will communicate regularly with you to keep you on track with your goals for degree completion, as well as celebrate achievements and assist in your educational growth.

With the goal of helping you perform to the best of your ability, the 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

You are responsible for your academic decisions and education, and should communicate any needs or concerns you might have to your SA for timely and effective resolution.

Teaching and Learning Center

The Teaching and Learning Center (TLC) provides assistance to both students and instructors. Student academic support is provided through resources such as: tutorials, live chat sessions, webinars and individualized tutoring, for most courses. In addition to student support, TLC provides professional development, training and support for all instructors. Offerings include asynchronous and synchronous webinars and workshops over a variety of topics, ensuring instructors stay abreast of the latest instructional best practices for online teaching and learning.

Mission Statement

The Teaching and Learning Center enhances student learning through teaching excellence while helping students and instructors develop the skills and behaviors necessary to succeed in an online learning environment. Through tutorial services, learning strategies instruction, academic support and mentoring, TLC strives to improve students’ academic performance and foster personal development, while concurrently promoting best practices in online teaching amongst instructors.


  • The goals of the TLC include:
  • Enhance student learning and academic achievement
  • Provide academic support and resources for students and instructors
  • Help students identify learning styles and develop effective study strategies
  • Improve the academic performance of students who are struggling with coursework
  • Provide professional development on the latest instructional practices for online teaching and learning

Career Resources

Grantham University is committed to the success of each student and graduate. Through the use of Grantham Pathways and the Grantham University Career Center, Grantham students and alumni receive assistance in achieving career goals. The Career Center staff provides a variety of services, information and presentations to Grantham University students and graduates, including: career education, information relating to the careers associated with Grantham University programs, assistance in the development of necessary career tools, job search strategies and career planning.

Career Center services for current students and alumni include:

  • Career webinars
  • Job search strategies
  • Career management and planning
  • Resume and cover letter preparation
  • Social media management
  • Mock interviewing
  • Professional portfolios
  • Student organization management
  • Military-to-civilian transition

Grantham Pathways

Grantham Pathways is a career management system and resource that Grantham University students and graduates can utilize to:

  • View and apply for jobs
  • View and register for webinars and information sessions
  • Manage work history
  • Manage interviews and applications
  • Create and manage appointments with Career Services personnel
  • Utilize the resume builder to create a resume in alignment with career goals
  • Submit resumes and other documents to Career Services to review
  • View and use career management tools
  • Manage Academic and Career Portfolios
  • View and join student organizations
  • View information on careers and positions associated with degree programs
  • View the career resource library
To learn more, fill out the form and an admissions representative will contact you. You may also receive emails about our degree programs, tuition options, and, if applicable, enrollment process.