January 27, 2017

The American Legion Legacy Scholarship | The American Legion

Since the inception of The American Legion Legacy Scholarship in 2001 following the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, The American Legion has offered its support to the […]
January 19, 2017

WWII Veteran reflects on G.I. Bill benefits, offers advice to today’s Veterans

When the original GI Bill took effect in 1944, it was touted as one of the most significant pieces of legislation ever produced. It had a […]
January 4, 2017

WOU president adjusts program to support veterans

Last month, WOU President Rex Fuller learned that 36 Oregon members of the Marine Corps Reserves had been denied G.I Bill education benefits during a six-month […]
January 3, 2017

New scholarship opportunities available at Oregon State

We are excited to announce that there are two brand new scholarship opportunities available for the Beaver Vet community here at OSU. The Class of ‘65 […]
January 3, 2017

Pentagon to Pay Back Soldiers Whose Bonuses Were Garnished

Thousands of veterans who were forced to pay back the millions of dollars in bonuses they’d gotten for reenlisting to fight in Iraq and Afghanistan will […]
December 29, 2016

VFW Recruits On College Campus To Bring Young Vets Into The Fold

The VFW is trying to solve a problem. Younger vets aren’t joining, and even when they do, they’re not active. So recently, Veterans of Foreign War […]
December 26, 2016

No G.I. Bill for Ore. Marine reservists deployed to Honduras

CORVALLIS — When Marine Corps reservist Daniel Ha was offered the chance to take part in a humanitarian mission to Honduras, he was excited for the […]
December 21, 2016

Veterans Face Uphill Fight Getting College Credit for Military Training


Steve Mayou was dumbfounded when he was told he’d have to take courses in introductory physics and basic math on his path to a bachelor’s degree in sustainable building science and technology. Over a 14-year career in the Navy, Mayou had already worked as a nuclear reactor operator on three submarines. Yet just about the only thing his college offered in exchange for that experience was one credit for physical education.

“Not only did I

December 13, 2016

EOU earns military rankings

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EOU ranks among best schools for military, veteran education News contact: Laura Hancock, University Advancement, 541-962-3585

LA GRANDE, Ore. December 13, 2016 – Three new independent guides for military friendly colleges and universities include Eastern Oregon University among the top-rated schools for military and veteran students.

Military Advanced Education and Transition (MAE&T) designated EOU as a Top School in their 2017 Guide to Colleges and Universities.

Released this month, the