• Echo Staff

Olivet College Ranked as 2021-22 National Top Ten Military Friendly School

Olivet College has been designated as a 2021-22 Top 10 Gold-Level Military Friendly® School by Victory Media. The College ranked fourth in the category of private schools not offering a doctorate degree.


"We are very proud to have Olivet College recognized among the top schools in the nation by Military Friendly®. Through the support of faculty and staff, we know the value student-veterans bring to Olivet College. We are dedicated to providing continued resources to build advocacy and understanding for our student-veterans,” said Leslie Sullivan, registrar and VA certifying official. “We sincerely thank these brave men and women for their service in the Armed Forces, and now we are grateful to serve them in their educational endeavors."


The College is dedicated to assisting veterans, guardsmen, reservists and others receiving U.S. military benefits in making a successful transition to the college community. The Olivet College Veteran Scholarship for veterans, active military members and their families equals 50% of tuition costs. In addition, the student services office assists veterans, active-duty military students and dependents of veterans with certification, registration and financial aid. Further, the campus is home to a support organization for veteran and active duty students and their families.


“Our primary goal is to see that all veterans and military personnel are treated well at Olivet College. Thanks to the administration, staff, faculty and students, veterans have felt welcome here.” said Professor Emeritus Clair Stevens.


Military Friendly® serves as a standard to measure an organization’s commitment, effort and success in creating sustainable and meaningful benefits for the military community. The Military Friendly® School list is specifically designed to equip veterans, dependents, active duty and other military personnel with the ability to easily and efficiently navigate their educational opportunities.


Institutions competed for the elite Military Friendly® School title by completing a survey of more than 100 questions covering 10 categories, including military support on campus, graduation and employment outcomes and military spouse policies.


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