24
September
2012
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13:06 PM
Europe/Amsterdam

Still Military Friendly

 

 

For the fourth consecutive year, G.I. Jobs magazine has designated Bellevue University a Military Friendly School in its annual survey of students attending about 8,000 public and private American colleges and universities. The magazine designated the top 15% (about 1,000) as “Military Friendly,” a designation for institutions that prioritize recruitment of students with military experience, offering scholarships, veterans' clubs, full-time staff, military credit and other services to those who served. Ratings were based on five criteria: Veteran Resources, School Resources, Faculty, School Environment, and Career Services. Veterans earning bachelor’s and master’s degrees rated the University an average 3.78 on a 4.0 scale.