G.I. Jobs magazine names Xavier University a 2010 Military-Friendly School

The honor places Xaveir in the top 15 percent of all colleges and schools nationwide offering support to veterans | August 18, 2009

Xavier University has been named by G.I. Jobs magazine as a Military Friendly School for 2010. This honor ranks Xavier in the top 15 percent of all colleges, universities and trade schools nationwide.

As a Military Friendly School, Xavier will be included with a basic listing in the Guide to Military Friendly Schools being published in September. More than 8 million military members and veterans are seeking a college, and this award recognizes Xavier’s commitment to educating the nation’s most deserving heroes.

“Clearly you have an interest in recruiting military students,” says publisher Rich McCormack. “And I urge you to continue your already stellar efforts improving the policies, efforts and results used to recruit and retain military and veteran students.” 

Xavier is dedicated to helping active-service military and veterans and their dependents to take advantage of the full range of academics. Details can be viewed at the program for veterans web site.

Xavier offers specialized one-on-one support for veterans and their dependents about specific aid opportunities and eligibility requirements. For more information, please call 513-745-3942. Xavier also is participating in the new Yellow Ribbon Program and is working with Veterans Affairs to make funds available. More information about the Yellow Ribbon Program is available from the Office of Financial Aid at 513-745-3142.

Xavier has a rich history of support for military service and veterans. The University has offered military instruction on campus since 1877. The Military Science/ROTC Program is nationally recognized among the 272 ROTC programs nationwide and has earned numerous General MacArthur Awards in recognition of successful cadet training, performance and GPA.

Since 2001, G.I. Jobs has published a monthly magazine and web site catering to military job seekers.