Grantham University Military Ready Registration
Grantham University is committed to helping service members prepare for success in the U.S. Armed Forces and in civilian careers. Our Military Ready program offers future, current and former military members two complimentary, self-paced online courses that can be completed for college credit at Grantham. The program is flexible and allows participants to take either course by itself, both courses at the same time, or both courses one after the other.

PFM100 - Personal Financial Management
This is a life-skill course designed to help you understand the basics of money management. Suited for all students regardless of previous personal finance knowledge or experience, this course provides an educational foundation for achieving financial wellness.

CTL100 - Critical Thinking for Leadership
This learning experience introduces you to effective thinking and argumentative analysis skills. With a focus on critical reading and critical thinking, you’ll learn to identify weaknesses in the decision-making process to overcome challenges and become an effective leader.

To register for these courses, complete the following registration. After you submit your registration, we will email you your sign-in credentials and instructions to begin your class(es).

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First Name *
Last Name *
Grantham Student Identification Number (GID)(if applicable)
Email Address *
Phone Number *
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Military Branch *
What is your military status? *
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How did you hear about Grantham University's Military Ready program? *
Please register me for the following course(s) *
Are you interested in earning college credit for successfully completing this course?
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Are you affiliated with SHRM and would you like to receive PDU credits?
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