Dec. 18, 2012
-- Each year, the Military Times Edge
ranks the top Best for Vets schools in the nation. The competition was stiff this year, with over 650 universities vying to be included in the 2013 lineup. Of those that entered, only 60 Career and Technical colleges were chosen. The results are in — University of Advancing Technology (UAT) ranked 26th in the nation.
UAT is happy to be home to 190 veteran students online and on-campus. The University offers a $4650 Yellow Ribbon program that the VA matches dollar for dollar. UAT is also a Center of Academic Excellence with the Department of Defense, which is great for students who potentially want a future career in government work.
“We are honored to do our part in welcoming US veterans to UAT and making their transition into college life as easy as possible. We believe in offering quality programs in the fields of Advancing Technology that will provide them with opportunities to start a great career,” said Jason Pistillo, President of UAT.
UAT not only goes out of its way to be flexible and responsive to our United States Veterans, but also has employed people to work specifically on coordinating education benefits and package financial aid for US veteran students. UAT is also contracted to accept just about every military benefit offered. About UAT:
University of Advancing Technology is a unique, private college that serves its student body by fostering knowledge creation and academic excellence in an environment that embraces the young technophiles of the world. With three centers of research and a suite of technology-centered undergraduate and graduate degrees, the University is a recognized leader in technology education.
Are you a veteran? Join the ranks as a UAT student: www.uat.edu
Read more about survey results here: http://www.militarytimesedge.com/projects/best-for-vetera...