2013 Military Friendly School List

Categories: Military

27
November


Arizona College is excited to announce that it has made the Military Friendly Schools list in 2013. All colleges on the list represent the top 15% of U.S. colleges, universities, and trade schools that are doing the most to educate America’s veterans.

To determine a score for each school, the G.I. Jobs Military Friendly Schools team conducts exhaustive research. Research is based on criteria including military support on campus, academic credibility, percentage of military students, academic credit for military training, flexibility, veteran graduation rates, government approvals, tuition assistance, student surveys, employment rates, and military spouse policies.

Arizona College recognizes that students in the military and veterans bring maturity and diverse experiences to the classroom. A number of financial benefits exist for military students, including:

  • Military students who are called to active service are able to return to school without penalty.
  • Participation in the Yellow Ribbon Program
  • Participation in the MyCAA program for military spouses.

The Guide to Military Friendly Schools was established in 2009 by Victory Media – the 2013 list includes more than 1,700 schools that offer military students the best programs, services, discounts, scholarships, clubs, networking, and staff. To learn more about the benefits for military students at Arizona College, or to learn more about starting a career in allied health, contact us today.

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