How a Virtual Veterans Center Supports Military Students
October 3, 2013
By George Vukovich, associate vice president, Veteran Relations at American Military University
All working adults need support to succeed academically, be it financial, emotional, or educational. The veteran student is no exception. Whether at a brick-and-mortar or an online school, veterans often find it difficult to connect with their non-veteran peers,” said Joshua Jones, a U.S. Marine Corps veteran and an AMU student pursuing a master’s degree in emergency and disaster management. American Military University (AMU) recently launched a new Virtual Veterans Center (VVC), an online information resource, repository of support services, and gathering place for veteran and active-duty students and alumni.
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