‘U.S. News’ Names UCF among ‘Best Colleges for Veterans’

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Are you a veteran and considering your graduate degree? The University of Central Florida may be the place for you! UCF was recently recognized as one of the nation’s best colleges at serving those who served their country.

In its inaugural rankings of Best Colleges for Veterans, U.S. News & World Report identified UCF as one of the nation’s best schools at assisting veterans pursue a college education. Colleges were selected based on graduation rate, faculty resources, and reputation, as well as performance in other academic quality criteria.

Student veterans are provided with mentoring and special academic support services starting when they arrive at UCF. The university’s Veterans Academic Resource Center supports students in understanding campus resources; provides study space, tutoring and academic advising; and helps faculty members and staff understand the needs of student veterans.

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