FCB Ranked 4th in Military Times Best for Vets: Business Schools
In news released on March 10, 2015, Military Times chose NAU-The Franke College of Business as 4th in their Top 75 Best for Vets: Business Schools 2015.
Military Times surveys some 150 colleges and universities, only including institutions that said they offer graduate-level business degrees and that participated in their rigorous Best for Vets: Colleges survey, the results of which were published in November 2014. The rankings are posted HERE.
As reported by Military Times
The top 75 Best for Vets: Business Schools 2015
by George Altman, Military Times Staff writer
Full article HERE
"Laurie Jordon, coordinator for the Franke College of Business Veteran Student Center at Northern Arizona University, said she often hears from students who regret not getting involved with the vet center sooner.
'It's amazing what that social connection can provide you, and also just the many programs and resources that we can provide that you just may not know are available,' she said. 'You'll get some of that sense of cameraderie back, I think, that may have been lost from [leaving] the military.'
Her advice for vets considering whether to pursue an MBA, and at what school, is something people inside and outside of the military have been telling troops for years:
'Do your research.'"
As reported by NAU News online
Full article HERE
NAU "Strengthening Arizona" publication HERE
More about the NAU-FCB Veteran Student Center
Through a very generous gift from FCB and a U.S. Navy veteran alum, the FCB VSC was created and dedicated to the recruitment, transition, retention, and career development of veterans attending The W. A. Franke College of Business. This is the first veteran center of its kind nationally dedicated to a business college.
The FCB Veteran Student Center provides targeted programs; individual academic and career development assistance; and resource navigation for those veteran students seeking a business credential. Learn more HERE.
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