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By Grantham University
It has officially been spring for just over a month, and already the South and Midwest have endured several devastating storms.
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By Rai University
Rai University has plans to offer online course in MBA Purchase and Material Management to students across the globe.
By Omatrix Center
The Omatrix Center, founded by Babaji Maharaj, celebrity guru and healer, has recently announced the launch of several programs available both online and in Maui, Hawaii.
By Anthony Cornealius
Fire-Rescue Experts to Teach, Share Experience in Orange Beach

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By Apollos University
Alumni and students have reason to celebrate today as Apollos University has successfully renewed its accreditation for the next five years.
By Grantham University
It has officially been spring for just over a month, and already the South and Midwest have endured several devastating storms.
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By Rai University
Rai University has plans to offer online course in MBA Purchase and Material Management to students across the globe.
By Omatrix Center
The Omatrix Center, founded by Babaji Maharaj, celebrity guru and healer, has recently announced the launch of several programs available both online and in Maui, Hawaii.
By Jaipur National University
As this is the information-age, the major powerhouses around the world are bound to adopt IT as their main function.
By Anthony Cornealius
If at first you don’t succeed, try, try again. That is exactly what Sarah Hamblin did after her first effort to win the Columbia Southern University Hero Behind the Hero Scholarship.
By Anthony Cornealius
Tara Rolan, of Angleton, Texas, sees her recent win of the Hero Behind the Hero Scholarship presented by Columbia Southern University as a “life changer.”
By Anthony Cornealius
Tonja Casey, of Alabaster, Ala., is a recent winner of the Hero Behind the Hero Scholarship presented by Columbia Southern University (CSU), one of the nation’s first online universities.
By Anthony Cornealius
Fire-Rescue Experts to Teach, Share Experience in Orange Beach
By Anthony Cornealius
Emergency Responders and Public Safety Information Officers Encouraged to Attend
By Anthony Cornealius
Sgt. Phillip Myers of the Alabama Alcohol Beverage Control Board recently won a scholarship sponsored by Columbia Southern University (CSU) and the Alabama State Fraternal Order of Police.
By Anthony Cornealius
More than 450 students from across the nation and from countries as far away as Vietnam walked across the stage to receive their diplomas at Columbia Southern University’s commencement ceremonies Friday, Oct. 21 at The Wharf Conference Center.
By Anthony Cornealius
More than 2,200 graduates and guests are expected to travel to Orange Beach, Ala., for the Columbia Southern University (CSU) commencement ceremonies Friday, Oct. 21 at The Wharf Conference Center.
By Anthony Cornealius
CSU is proud to announce Lori Stoney, the first and only female fire lieutenant with Homewood (Ala.) Fire and Rescue Service, as the winner of the Forney Howard Hero Behind the Hero Scholarship.
By Anthony Cornealius
More than 120 fire service and emergency medical service attended the Fire and EMS Safety and Survival Conference presented by Columbia Southern University (CSU), and the Regional Alliance for Firefighter Training (RAFT) in Farmington Hills, Mich.
By Anthony Cornealius
Columbia Southern University announced another winner of the CSU Hero Behind the Hero Scholarship, which honors the spouses and children of active-duty public safety personnel and military men and women.
By Newsusa
Completing a college degree is time consuming and expensive, but online universities like WGU Texas offer a timely, affordable alternative for adult education.
By newsusa
Increase your value as an employee by earning a bachelor’s or master’s degree with affordable online universities like WGU Washington.
By Grantham University/Johanna Altland
In a Legion de Lafayette donor ceremony held at the National Guard Memorial Building, Grantham University, an online university, was recognized as one of the first educational institutions to support the National Guard Educational Foundation.
By Grantham University/Johanna Altland
Grantham University and the Air Force Association (AFA) have partnered together for the fifth year in a row to provide a fully funded scholarship to a deserving member of the Air Force community.
By Grantham University/Johanna Altland
Grantham University announced today that its Career Center is hosting a Webinar about Professional Portfolios on Thursday, March 3, 2011 at 6:00 p.m. Central Time.
By Grantham University/Johanna Altland
Grantham University, an online university, welcomes Dr. Paul Illian as Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences. In addition to a distinguished 21-year military career, he possesses a background in education administration and instruction.
By Grantham University/Johanna Altland
The Board of Governors of Grantham University, an online university, has appointed Dr. Fredrick Snow to serve as University President.
By Grantham University/Johanna Altland
Grantham University is pleased that the Post-9/11 Veterans Education Assistance Improvements Act of 2010 has been signed into law because it will have a big impact for eligible service members and veterans, especially those attending school online.
By Grantham University/Johanna Altland
Grantham University, an online university, announced today that it has awarded its annual Blue Star Flag Scholarship to Army wife and mother, Carrie Murphy, of Waynesville, Mo.
By Grantham University/Johanna Altland
For the second year in a row, Grantham University partnered with the Kansas City Chapter of the Association of the United States Army to award a full scholarship to one deserving spouse of a Non-Commissioned Officer in the Greater Kansas City area.
By Grantham University/Johanna Altland
Grantham University, an online university, has been named a top military-friendly university in Military Advanced Education’s (MAE) 4th Annual Guide to Military-Friendly Colleges and Universities.
By Grantham University/Johanna Altland
Gerald Colley of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Matt Gromann of Glenview, Illinois; Mathew Adair of Saratoga Springs, New York; and Rene Valdes of Maimi, Florida each received a $1,000.00 scholarship to be applied to tuition at Grantham University.
By Grantham University/Johanna Altland
Grantham University is pleased to announce that it has been authorized by the College Board to develop a mobile National Test Center (NTC) capable of providing computer-based testing for service members and eligible military spouses.
By Grantham University/Johanna Altland
Grantham University is sponsoring an important roundtable discussion, “Higher Education: Serving the Servicemember and Veteran Student,” hosted by the Association of Private Sector Colleges and Universities (APSCU) on Wednesday, November 17th.

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