At OSHAcademy, we go above and beyond to ensure you get the value you deserve. In addition to our comprehensive
training, we continue to establish learning partnerships with other organizations who offer you exclusive benefits
because of your relationship with us!
As a Learning Partner, OSHAcademy students who complete and purchase a qualifying OSHAcademy program can receive a 10% tuition discount
and exclusive scholarship opportunities. This represents a potential tuition savings of $1,200 for an associates (AS) degree, $2,400 for a bachelors
(BS) degree, and $980 for a masters (MS) degree.
OSHAcademy's learning partnership also provides textbooks at no cost! If you have ever had to pay for textbooks, you know how expensive they can be. Over the course
of your degree program, this can save you hundreds to thousands of dollars.
Qualifying OSHAcademy Programs
132-hour Occupational Safety and Health Professional
192-hour Construction Safety and Health Professional
162-hour Construction Safety and Health Manager
145-hour Construction Site Safety Supervisor
130-hour Construction Safety and Health Specialist
Oil and Gas
233-hour Oil and Gas Safety and Health Professional
192-hour Oil and Gas Safety and Health Manager
164-hour Oil and Gas Safety and Health Supervisor
155-hour Oil and Gas Safety and Health Specialist
Learning Partnership Scholarship
As a learning partner with Columbia Southern University, clients of the OSHAcademy and Geigle Safety Group enjoy a 10 percent tuition discount.
To enhance this great offer, CSU offers a special scholarship program exclusively for learning partners! The scholarship will cover up to $12,600 in one
online degree program. The scholarship will be applied directly to the recipient's tuition for up to three years or until the completion of the selected online
degree program, whichever comes first.
This scholarship covers tuition only. Textbooks and fees will be the responsibility of the scholarship recipient. The CSU Book Grant/Loan-a-Book program
does not apply to students utilizing a CSU scholarship.
Columbia Southern University is offering two scholarships to any person who is a current CSU Occupational Safety and Health student or plans to enroll in an OSH degree.
Each scholarship will cover up to $12,600 in one online degree program. The scholarship will be applied directly to the recipient's tuition for up to three years or until the completion of the
selected online degree program, whichever comes first. This scholarship covers tuition only. Textbooks and fees will be the responsibility of the scholarship recipient. The CSU Book
Grant/Loan-a-Book program does not apply to students utilizing a CSU scholarship.
Current OSH student or student planning to enroll in an OSH degree.
High school transcript or equivalent (GED),
Must begin coursework within 90 days of the date of the award
Maintain a 2.0 undergraduate GPA or 3.0 graduate GPA
Maintain continuous enrollment in his or her degree program
Current CSU students must already meet these requirements to be considered.
In addition, CSU accepts OSHAcademy's qualified
programs for elective credit toward a degree program, increasing the potential for additional savings. Students can learn more about these
benefits by visiting the CSU partner webpage.
Please note, the amount of elective credit awarded by CSU will vary depending on the qualifying OSHAcademy program, previous educational,
and CSU degree program being pursued.
CSU is an accredited member of the Distance Education Accrediting Commission (DEAC). The DEAC is listed by
the U.S. Department of Education as a nationally recognized accrediting agency and is a
recognized member of the Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA). CSU is licensed by the Alabama
Department of Postsecondary Education.
CSU offers many services to their students. Services include no application fee, no evaluation fee,
complimentary tutoring, and flexible or structured enrollment systems. All textbooks are provided at no
cost through a CSU book grant.
Learn more by visiting www.columbiasouthern.edu
or call 800-355-4977 and speak with an OSH admissions representative today!
All CSU classes are taught in English, so you must be able to read and write English well to succeed.
To do your complementary evaluation for possible transfer credit, CSU will need a copy of your high school transcript or equivalent.
If you have college credit from a school outside of the USA, we will need an official copy of that transcript.
If your transcript is in a foreign language, we will need a National Association of Credential Evaluation Services (NACES) evaluation of that transcript.
If you transcript is in English or has been previously translated into English, a NACES evaluation may still be required. Your admissions counselor will
provide you with additional details.
Job Training classes (OSHAcademy classes, OSHA training, etc.) will also be evaluated for possible college credit.