Cornell Offers Program for Incoming VeteransAugust 3, 2017 | :
by BreAnne Fleer
Last week, military veterans traveled to Cornell for a rigorous one-week academic program to help them prepare for their undergraduate education.
The program, hosted by the Warrior-Scholar Project, aids veterans in obtaining four-year degree while acknowledging the emotional and cultural transitions that may be necessary for them to adjust to higher education, according to a press release.
Cornell — one of fifteen campuses across the country to provide this academic program — began hosting the program in 2015 and has 15 participants this summer, according to WSP Executive Director Sidney Ellington.
Volunteer State Community College
Veterans Affairs Certifying Official
Delta State University
Career Development/Veterans Affairs Counselor
Massasoit Community College
Director of Military Center Connections
Old Dominion University
Program Manager (Military Call Center)
San Diego Community College District