Monday, September 17, 2012

G.I. Jobs names us a Military Friendly School for the third consecutive year

Our commitment to supporting Active Duty, Veteran, and Military Dependents is as strong as ever. That commitment was verified today by the editors of G.I. Jobs, who have named Post University a Military Friendly School for the third consecutive year.

G.I. Jobs is the premier magazine for military personnel transitioning into civilian life. Its Military Friendly Schools list honors the top 15 percent of schools nationwide that its editors deem are doing the most to help their military students succeed.

All of our support initiatives boil down into our Military Program, which was created by members of the Armed Forces, for members of the Armed Forces. Our Military Program fits the demands of military personnel, including their scheduling, financial, and lifestyle needs. You can read how our Military Program is structured and designed on our website.

Our students' success stories are testament not only to the quality of our Military Program, but also their own hard work and drive to make education a priority along with their military duties. We've featured a number of our military students on our blog, such as brother and sister David and Jessica Aldarondo, who've continued taking courses at Post University while serving in the U.S. Army.

Many of our students have also started and completed their college degree program as part of their return to civilian life, such as Kenneth Tolley. We're proud of all our military students, and feel privileged to help them excel in their educational journeys.

We issued a press release today with more details on G.I. Jobs naming Post University a 2013 Military Friendly School. You can also read G.I. Jobs' profile of Post University on its website to see why we stood out in the editors' eyes.