Texas Wesleyan named among 2014 Military Friendly Schools
For its efforts in supporting active duty military, veterans and dependents, Texas Wesleyan has been designated among 2014 Military Friendly Schools by Victory Media. This is the fourth straight year that Texas Wesleyan has been selected. Only the top 20 percent of universities and colleges are chosen.
“We are proud of the men and women who bravely serve our country,” President Frederick G. Slabach said. “We are honored to have Texas Wesleyan chosen as an institution that is friendly to current military members and veterans. It is our privilege to serve them.”
What makes us military friendly?
- We provide important student services to veterans, from disability services and professional counseling to career services and academic tutoring.
- Our small class sizes allow veteran students the opportunity to build relationships with highly trained faculty and succeed academically.
- Our financial aid office employs an Army veteran as a certifying official to assist veterans with their unique funding issues.
What benefits are available?
- If you’re a veteran or a dependent, Veterans Affairs (VA) benefits can cover the cost of a private education.
- Depending on your military training experience, you could be eligible for class credit.
- Upon graduation, you’ll be recognized for your service with honor cords and a service pin.
About the ranking
Recipients of the Military Friendly designation are selected through research and survey results of more than 10,000 institutions that are approved for VA tuition funding. Victory Media is a resource for military personnel who are transitioning to civilian life.