Women Veterans Interactive Joins Excelsior College® to Improve Access to Education

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The Women’s Veteran’s Interactive, an award winning non-profit women veterans organization has selected Excelsior College as an education partner. The partnership will support and transform the lives of women veterans members in New York, Maryland, District of Columbia, Virginia, Florida, North Carolina, Alabama, Texas and California by improving access to associate, bachelor’s, master’s degrees, and credit bearing certificates.

Service members often have the desire and the need to go back to school after getting out of the military. This partnership makes that desire and need more affordable by offering all Women Veterans Interactive members a discounted tuition rate.

“As a Navy Veteran and recent grad student with a Master’s Degree in Nonprofit and Association Management, I truly understand the value of a quality education,” Ginger Miller, Women Veterans Interactive, CEO and Founder.  “I commend Excelsior College for their efforts in ensuring that the men and women who have served and sacrificed for our country are given education at an affordable price.”

“This is the first specifically women’s veterans organization that the college has partnered with and we are very pleased to support its members through this education partnership,” said Judy Reed, Excelsior College’s director of veteran services and outreach.

Albany-based Excelsior College is an accredited, nonprofit distance education institution serving working adults. Approximately 30% of our students are active duty, with more than 10,000 active duty enrolled military personnel. Excelsior has been honored as “Top Military Friendly School” for the fifth straight year by Military Advanced Education. Excelsior has also received the Best for Vets designation, as well as the Best for Vets top business school.

Students may choose to enroll in more than 30 associate, bachelor’s, master’s and certificate programs in Business, Technology, Liberal Arts and Health Sciences.