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2022 Military Supportive Colleges Select Schools – Central U.S.
2022 Military Supportive Colleges Select Schools – Northeast
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2022 Military Supportive Colleges Select Schools – Southeast
If you’re looking for a Christian university that also understands and supports veterans, Campbellsville is the perfect fit. The school has a commitment to keeping your out-of-pocket expenses as low as possible. Advisors understand exactly how to guide you through your benefit options to ensure you get the most out of them
Concordia University, St. Paul
CSP goes the extra mile for veterans and their families, offering one-on-one benefits counseling and direct support with document processing to ensure you get every benefit dollar you’ve earned. Their online offerings are perfect for both residents and non-residents. With a 95% job offer rate within one year of graduation, you can feel confident CSP will get you career-ready
Eastern Oregon University
EOU is committed to delivering an exceptional online education experience to military service members and their families. Dedicated military student support sessions ensure you get the benefits you are eligible for, know which scholarships to apply to, and maximize college credits for your prior military training. You’ll save time and money while getting a great start on the next chapter of your life.
Methodist is a top-tier liberal arts college that also happens to be one of the most military-supportive universities in the country. With a campus location at Fort Bragg and discounted tuition for military-affiliated students, Methodist has established itself among the top institutions for military service members and their families.
Norwich was founded as a private military college in 1819, steeped in a tradition of educating and supporting service members. Instructors here are often retired military personnel, and a substantial part of the student body is made up of active service members and vets.
Spring Hill College
Spring Hill has been prioritizing military and veteran’s services for more than a decade. A small school that embraces the academic rigor of its Jesuit educational roots, Spring Hill maintains a high-quality, affordable education for veteran’s and other students alike.
University of West Alabama
Alabama is a state where people have a great deal of respect for service, and UWA is a leader in offering military support services. The recently established Veteran’s Success Center is dedicated to ensuring military-affiliated students make the most of their benefits.
University of West Florida
There are regular military friendly universities, and there then is the University of West Florida. With a whole host of support services and resources accessible through the Military and Veteran’s Resource Center on top of military-supportive tuition and enrollment policies, you’ll feel right at home here whether you’re still in the service or readjusting to civilian life.
George Mason University
GMU offers a second family for military service members and their dependents. The on-campus Office of Military Services has staff from every branch of the Armed Forces who are familiar with military-related education benefits. A swath of military scholarships offered by the university give you every opportunity to cover tuition costs.
Every single online program at King is eligible for VA benefits, which makes the school a clear choice for remote learning for veteran’s and active-duty service members. A dedication to lifelong learning means King understands the unique needs of veterans starting college later in life.
Shawnee State University
At Shawnee State, the commitment to helping service members and vets meet their educational and professional goals runs deep. All faculty members complete Green Zone Training for a better understanding of the military-affiliated student experience, while the Office of Military and Veterans Services provides a dedicated resource for everything from academic advising to assistance navigating financial aid options.
Utica’s military support services are there for service members and vets throughout the student journey. The Student Academic Success Program ensures military-affiliated students are ahead of the curve in every class, while the Center for Career and Professional Development offers industry-specific coaching from experienced counselors who understand the value of military service. From healthcare to criminal justice to cybersecurity, Utica offers programs well-suited to any military-affiliated student, while also leaning into the expertise developed through certain military occupational specialties.
Virginia Wesleyan University
VWU is deeply committed to helping military students and veterans achieve their goals, facilitating an easy transition to college and dedicated support that students can count on through graduation and beyond. Specialized counselors and financial aid specialists are available to help students navigate benefit options and administrative processes, with a dedicated VA certifying official on staff to ensure military-affiliated students get the most from the benefits they’ve earned.
Southern New Hampshire University
SNHU has been helping military service members reach their goals for nearly 80 years—from those coming home from WWII, to those still serving around the globe. See all the ways we can help you maximize your benefits, save time, and save money on the path to your next transition.
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