Monday, May 13, 2013

Veteranís program
ETSU is taking an active interest in those that have served our country. A month ago they unveiled a new lounge for Veterans studying at the university and now a new program is set to help them get their education at a lower rate. Right now, out of state students that enter ETSU must pay more to get an education but ETSU is helping those veterans out of state that want to attend the university will be getting a discount. This new program assists that Veteranís that donít qualify for the yellow ribbon scholarship program offered at the school. ETSU was recently named a top school for veterans by GI Job magazine. (CC)

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