On Saturday, April 16, I attended Morning VU, a Vanguard University Admissions event for high school and transfer students.
As a student veteran, it reminded me of when I first had the opportunity to visit the campus as well — I remember walking into the courtyard and meeting current students that were very welcoming. I felt I have already known them. This year, I had an even better experience because of the newly renovated Scott Academic Center.
During the Admissions presentation, I appreciated everything that was said about VU. Our class size is about 17:1 with students and Faculty. You have the competitive advantage as a student because smaller classes encourage you to get to know your peers and professors.
The majority of Vanguard’s Faculty also have doctorate degrees. Some have worked for Fortune 500 companies, like Oakley and Mattel. Professors are approachable enough that you can email them anytime or meet them for coffee to get to know them more. You never know what kind of life lessons you can learn as you prepare to graduate.
If you’re Veteran looking to pursue a Bachelor’s/Master’s degree, I would highly recommend visiting the Vanguard University campus! It’s a great college to attend. Schedule a campus tour here: www.vanguard.edu/undergraduate/visit-the-campus