U.S. Veterans Magazine names TU a Veteran-Friendly School

The University of Tulsa has been designated a Top Veteran-Friendly School by the U.S. Veterans Magazine 2018 Best of the Best list. U.S. Veterans Magazine surveys hundreds of government and law enforcement agencies, companies, universities and diversity programs each year to identify opportunities for veterans. The list is a nationwide review of employers, initiatives, government agencies and educational institutions. TU is the only university in Oklahoma to receive the distinction.

Veteran-FriendlyU.S. Veterans Magazine Best of the Best identifies employment, business and supplier avenues within the federal government and corporate America for veterans, transitioning service members, disabled veterans, spouses and veteran business owners. The non-biased evaluation serves as a valuable resource for job-seekers, business owners, students, consumers, business associations, employment agencies and consumer groups. This year, more than 350 companies and institutions participated in the survey.

“TU has elevated its veteran initiatives within the past couple of years, and we’re proud to offer our brave servicemen and women a home where they can connect with fellow veterans, acquire new knowledge and prepare for additional career opportunities,” said TU President and U.S. Air Force veteran Gerard Clancy.

TU also has been recognized as a Military Friendly School by Victory Media, publisher of G.I. Jobs, STEM Jobs SM and Military Spouse. The annual list of Military Friendly Schools is offered to service members and their families to assist in the selection of a college, university or trade school in pursuit of a civilian career.