Brown University to Double Number of U.S. Military Veterans Enrolled as Undergrads By 2024November 15, 2019 | :
by The Standard-Times
PROVIDENCE, R.I. — As communities across the nation commemorated Veterans Day on Monday, Nov. 11, Brown University unveiled plans for a new initiative that aims to more than double the number of U.S. military veterans enrolled as Brown undergraduates over the next three to five years.
To achieve that enrollment goal, Brown will extend its need-blind admission policies to include prospective students who have served in the U.S. Armed Forces; increase financial support for veterans; make standardized test scores optional for veterans in the admission process; and strengthen recruiting through a new partnership with the nonprofit organization Service to School, according to a Brown news release.
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