LU named one of America's military-friendly universities
December 08, 2009 | University Advancement Staff
Liberty University has been named one of America’s military-friendly universities by Military Advanced Education in the publication’s third annual survey.
Liberty’s listing appears in the print edition of the November/December 2009 issue of Military Advanced Education, which will have a bonus distribution at the 2010 Council of College and Military Educators Symposium in Nashville this February. The issue will appear online, as well.
“Congratulations to everyone at Liberty University,” said Glenn R. Berlin, associate publisher for MAE, “for the inspired effort you put into making it easier for our men and women in uniform to advance their careers by enhancing their educations.”
Earlier this year Liberty was ranked as a military-friendly school by GI Jobs magazine and was ranked No. 18 out of the 50 most popular military schools in the United States in a survey conducted by Military Times EDGE magazine.
Liberty University and Liberty University Online host more than 11,000 military students and veterans, offering benefits such as tuition discounts and book vouchers and participating in Yellow Ribbon, Go Army Ed among other programs.
For more information about Liberty’s military programs, visit www.liberty.edu/military.