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2 Responses to “Marketing or merit? Campus vets like services, but questions surround source of #1 “Military Friendly®” ranking” Subscribe

  1. Gabe May 1, 2017 at 8:58 am #

    I enjoyed and learned a lot during my tenure at the University of Phoenix. Truly an amazing and meaningful education that was immediately applicable and relevant. And my education at the University of Phoenix was better than any education at public state universities I’ve attended. Miss you, University of Phoenix

  2. Susan Matis May 1, 2017 at 5:44 pm #

    Victory Media is a service-disabled, veteran-owned small business that has made life better for veterans for 15+ years. We are not a ‘lead generator’ or ‘pay-to-play’ system, nor are we interested in calling a school’s tax filing status ‘good’ or ‘bad.’ Determining which schools meet our yearly Military Friendly® standard is an extremely complex and quantitative process, derived from multiple data sources, comprehensive criteria and weightings that lead to positive outcomes for veterans. It’s disappointing that no one from the Voice contacted us for this story, so I encourage students and staff to visit http://www.militaryfriendly.com to learn about the Military Friendly® award that MCCC’s Veteran Services earned and about our program.

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