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University of North Georgia Breaks Ground on Military Science Center
The University of North Georgia has broken ground on its Wynne-Mathews Military Science Center a year earlier than originally expected, setting course for the building to be open for the Fall 2025 semester.
Georgia Offers Military Scholarship to Attend University of North Georgia as Part of Cadet Corps
High school seniors looking to attend the University of North Georgia as part of the Corps of Cadets will be able to pursue a scholarship to cover their tuition, school supplies, and room and board.
North Valley Military Institute Closes Permanently
The shutdown of North Valley Military Institute, a charter school that closed Aug. 25, was months in the making, according to NVMI officials and community activists.
Bipartisan Legislation Seeks to Protect Coast Guard Academy Cadets Who Report Sexual Assaults
A piece of bipartisan federal legislation to better protect U.S. Coast Guard Academy cadets who report sexual assaults was introduced last Tuesday.
University of Colorado Colorado Springs to Offer Active-Duty Tuition Assistance Grant
Starting this fall, University of Colorado Colorado Springs will be offering a tuition assistance grant to active-duty military personnel currently using military tuition assistance through a new Active-Duty Tuition Assistance Grant.
Army Scrambles to Find Tuition Money for Soldiers
As a new school year is slated to begin, the Army Reserve has depleted its funds to cover tuition for its soldiers.
Elizabeth Clement Appointed Assistant Dean for Instruction and Learning at Missouri Military Academy
Elizabeth “Ranae” Clement has been appointed assistant dean for instruction and learning at Missouri Military Academy.
Dr. Ed Pohl Appointed Dean of the Graduate School and International Education at the University of Arkansas
Dr. Ed Pohl will become dean of the Graduate School and International Education at the University of Arkansas.
Three West Point Cadets Selected as Stanford Knight-Hennessy Scholars
Three West Point Class of 2023 cadets have been selected as Knight-Hennessy Scholars, allowing them to engage in graduate study at Stanford University.
Retired Col. Wanda A. Wright Appointed Director of ASU Office for Veteran and Military Academic Engagement
Retired Col. Wanda A. Wright will become director of the Office for Veteran and Military Academic Engagement at ASU.
Lt. Col. Amy Lee Appointed Principal of Georgia Military College Preparatory School
Lt. Col. Amy Lee will become principal of Georgia Military College Preparatory School.
Syracuse University and the University of Tennessee to Host Military-Connected Student Issues Summit
Syracuse University and the University of Tennessee will host a summit to address challenges facing U.S. veterans, the sustainability of an all-volunteer armed service, and how education can prepare people for the workforce.
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