To all our veterans and active service men and women: Thank You!
After your time serving our country and the work you did, getting a degree shouldn’t be that hard for you. We know you have the skills and determination, that’s evident from your military service. Finding financial resources should not be the hurdle that keeps you from achieving your goal.
Fortunately, a variety of GI Bills, including the Post 9/11 GI Bill, are helping more veterans and service members achieve their educational goals. In some cases there are even resources available for spouses and dependents.
“If they have a desire to earn a degree, diploma or certificate, we can help them achieve their goal,” says Brinson Blanton, veterans and financial aid counselor. “It starts with a phone call or a visit to our Financial Aid and Veterans Affairs office.”
Spring registration and advising for new students begins November 7. If you are a veteran, active service member, spouse or dependent get started today by calling Brinson at 704-669-4096 or email him at email@example.com.