SUNY Cortland Named “Military-Friendly”

SUNY Cortland has been helping military veterans pursue higher education since the end of World War II, when thousands of returning soldiers supported by the GI Bill packed classrooms of what was then a state teacher’s college.

Today, men and women who served their country continue to earn degrees at the College in an even wider range of academic disciplines. SUNY Cortland helped produce America’s first female four-star Army general, the former head of the Army’s military performance division and the current commander of the U.S. Navy’s 20-state Mid-Atlantic Region.

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