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Colorado State University-Global Campus Launches New Initiative for Military Students: Operation EDU
Date:9/26/2013

Greenwood Village, Colorado (PRWEB) September 26, 2013

In an effort to best support military students seeking to complete their degree, Colorado State University-Global Campus (CSUGlobal.edu) announced today the launch of Operation EDU. This new initiative features services, resources and a new scholarship program exclusively designed to help active duty service members, veterans and their families successfully finish their college degree online. Operation EDU is the latest addition to CSU-Global’s comprehensive military program, which has earned the University recognition by Military Advanced Education Magazine, GI Jobs Magazine and, most recently, Victory Media, which last week named Colorado State University-Global Campus a Military Friendly School for 2014, an honor awarded to only the top 15 percent of colleges, universities and trade schools nationwide.

“A high-quality and affordable college degree should not be among the sacrifices military and veteran students make in service to their country,” said Dr. Becky Takeda-Tinker, President of Colorado State University-Global Campus. “Based on our past data-driven success with active military, veteran and family member students, the launch of Operation EDU advances our mission to help military-affiliated students complete the degree they need to continue their professional development in the military or to guide their successful transition to the civilian sector.”

CSU-Global is dedicated to providing U.S. service members and their families with the tools and support they need to achieve their academic and professional goals. As part of Operation EDU, CSU-Global has expanded its training for military academic and financial service advisors, who must now complete an intensive internal certification program. Additionally, all instructors are now required to partic
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