UNLV was ranked as one of the best universities in the nation for veterans, according to The Armed force Times.
The Military Times rankings, formerly known as Best for Vets, are based upon a study of the experienced assistance services, special rules, lodgings, and monetary rewards provided to trainees with military ties. The survey likewise considers information from the Veterans Affairs and Defense Departments. UNLV ranked 62among four-year organizations, with more than 600 colleges participating in the survey.
Ross D. Bryant, who is the director of UNLV’s Armed force & & Veteran Solutions and a retired U.S. Army officer, said “UNLV puts remarkable significance on informing our military veterans and understanding the sacrifices these men and women have actually produced our nation.”
“I’m really pleased with this ranking. It shows that the lots of hours we have actually worked to make UNLV a welcome house for our military and our veterans has actually paid off,” Bryant stated.
The rankings are in their 8th year and include a thorough “school-by- school assessment of veteran and military trainee services and rates of scholastic achievement,” inning accordance with the Military Times.
Developed in 2012 as the Workplace of Veteran Services, the UNLV Military & & Veteran Provider Center (MVSC) serves more than 1,800 active-duty, reserve or veteran trainees on campus. Many have actually received tuition benefits from the Post 9/11 G.I. Expense. From tuition assistance and campus training to on-site Veterans Administration assistance and specialized recruitment, UNLV is increasing its services for veterans, with the current hiring of a MVSC Outreach Planner, responsible for the veteran peer-to-peer recommending program.
UNLV is recognized by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs as a VetSuccess campus and designated a military friendly school by G.I. Jobs Magazine for the seventh successive year. UNLV has also re-engaged with Nellis Air Force Base and offers on-base encouraging and courses for active-duty military.
This fall, the university launched the Rebel Veterans Alumni Club, which uses current and previous student veterans a chance to network with one another and discover chances offered to veterans in Southern Nevada.
Discover more at www.unlv.edu/veterans.