New and Notable:
Department of Defense Recognizes UAA and Vice Chancellor Schultz
The United States Office of the Secretary of Defense Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve program has recognized Vice Chancellor Schultz as a patriotic employer. The Department of Defense honor is for extraordinary support of employees who serve in the National Guard and Reserve and for fostering a culture at UAA in which supervisors support and value the employment of military service members.
VetSuccess on Campus:
We are proud to introduce you to our new VetSuccess on Campus Counselor, Mr. Terry Jackson.
Seawolf Boot Camp
UAA's Office of Student Affairs is proud to introduce Seawolf Boot Camp! This is a faculty and staff training program designed to familiarize the UAA community with the Military/Veteran student experience so that we may better serve those who served.
For information about scheduling please contact John Johnson, the Military & Veteran Community Services Assistant in the Office of student Affairs.
Military & Veteran Honor Cords
UAA Chancellor Tom Case is pleased to announce a symbolic new initiative honoring our graduating active duty military and veteran students. Red, white and blue honor cords will be made available to any graduating active duty, guard/reserve or veteran student interested in wearing one during the Commencement Ceremony on May 6th. These cords signify the appreciation that UAA feels toward our military and veteran community for their service and sacrifice.
Students interested in allowing UAA to honor their service with a Military & Veteran Honor Cord should contact John Johnson, the Military & Veteran Community Services Assistant in the Office of Student Affairs for information on how to apply to receive your honor cord. He can be contacted via email:firstname.lastname@example.org
These cords will also be made available for Military & Veteran faculty dressing for commencement.
Thank you for your service!