March 16, 2011 | Adam Sorensen | Leave a comment Grantham University, which is an online college, recently announced that it has partnered with the United States Army Warrant Officers Association (USAWOA) to help a member receive a college education at minimal cost. Officials said that the scholarship program, which is valued at $36,000, will cover tuition, required textbooks, software and fees for an undergraduate or graduate degree. "The university is pleased to partner with [USAWOA] again this year to offer a deserving applicant the opportunity to earn a college degree without worrying about the associated costs," said Fredrick Snow, president of Grantham University. Applicants must be either a USAWOA member in good standing, a spouse of a member in good standing or a dependent child. Furthermore, they must be under age 23 and are required to have been a member of the USAWOA for a minimum of six months prior to the date of the application. According to the Sloan Survey for Online Learning, web-based enrollment numbers increased by an estimated 1 million students in 2009.