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December 11, 2015
In this new report, ACE and NASPA break important ground toward a more inclusive understanding of military-connected undergraduates by analyzing U.S. Department of Education data from the 2011–12 academic year to disaggregate various military personnel (i.e., members of the National Guard, reservists, and active duty personnel) from military veterans to examine points of difference on demographic and economic characteristics, as well as on key factors associated with college enrollment, persistence, and completion.
December 1, 2015
We had a wonderful discussion today during our hour long webinar highlighting The Telling Project. There were so many questions we were unfortunately unable to get to all of them so are creating a space here on the Toolkit to continue the discussion. Follow this link to see the responses.
April 27, 2015
A dedicated veterans office or space can often serve as a one-stop-shop for much-needed services. Many colleges and universities have dedicated spaces and a point of contact for veterans to learn about financial aid benefits, on-campus resources, student veterans’ organization, and research/internship opportunities. Having a dedicated space demonstrates to veterans that the institution acknowledges their veteran statuses and can create a welcoming and supportive campus culture in support of their college access and completion.