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Columbia University Center for Veteran Transition and Integration to Host Nationwide College Fair
"The enthusiastic response we've received from top-tier universities and community colleges alike to participate in the fair demonstrates these institutions' sincere interest in recruiting veteran students, and we are excited to be able to help make these connections,"
Those unable to attend the event are encouraged to utilize the Attaining Higher Education Interactive Map, a robust interactive tool developed by CVTI that simplifies the college research process by allowing for filtering of schools based on criteria important to service members and veterans.
Prospective students are also encouraged to enroll in Attaining Higher Education (https://www.edx.org/
In addition, the Center offers several mini-courses and microlessons, designed to allow students who may not have the time or resources to engage with the full curriculum and achieve meaningful learning outcomes in a fraction of the time it would take to complete the more comprehensive MOOC series.
For more information about the fair, and to register, please visit the CVTI website (https://veterans.columbia.edu/
About the Columbia University Center for Veteran Transition and Integration
Over the last 15 years, Columbia has successfully enrolled more student-veterans than all other Ivy League schools combined, while maintaining a graduation rate above 90% and a record of job and graduate school placement that equals Columbia's non-veteran graduates. However, during this same period, it became clear that service members in transition continue to face barriers reaching their potential in transitioning to civilian life, despite the many effective programs offered to this population. Columbia University launched the Center for Veteran Transition and Integration (CVTI) to have a direct and lasting impact on the issue of veteran transition and upward mobility by creating and providing access to the best-in-class tools and programming veterans need as they transition from active service to college and the workforce.