Saint Martin’s University has been selected by G.I. Jobs magazine as a “Military Friendly School for 2010.” This honor places Saint Martin’s University in the top 15 percent of the nation’s military-friendly schools.
G.I. Jobs is a magazine that focuses on education, transition assistance and job opportunities for military personnel and their families.
One of its programs includes participation in the Post 9/11 GI Bill, commonly known as the “Yellow Ribbon Program.”
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Eligible veterans and active duty personnel attending Saint Martin’s will receive the maximum benefits allowed by the program, and will have financial assistance available to defray the cost of books, supplies and living expenses. Benefits are open to active military personnel and qualified veterans in both undergraduate and graduate programs at all Saint Martin’s campuses and for online courses. Saint Martin’s students who are already enrolled can apply for these benefits as well as prospective students.
Information about specific programs offered by Saint Martin’s University for veterans and the enlisted is available at the following offices: Fort Lewis Extension Office in Stone Education Center, 253-964-4688; McChord Extension Office in Building 851, 253-584-3533; the University’s Office of Admissions in Lacey, 360-438-4596; or the Veterans Affairs representative, William Jackson at 253-964-4688.