Southwestern College Professional Studies listed in ‘Military Advanced Education’

Wichita, Kan., Feb. 4, 2013 — “Military Advanced Education,” the journal of higher learning for today’s service members, has named Southwestern College Professional Studies to the 2013 Guide to Military-Friendly Colleges & Universities.

Southwestern College Professional Studies currently has more than 1,600 military students enrolled. The college offers opportunities to earn certificates as well as associate, bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral degrees.

“We are very excited to continuously be named as a military-friendly school,” said Pamela Monaco, vice president for Professional Studies. “Southwestern College Professional Studies is committed to providing a supportive environment for military students. With our student centered approach we make it possible for those serving all around the world to make their educational goals a reality.”

For more information contact Deb Stockman at (888) 684-5335 ext. 214, e-mail info@southwesterncollege.org, or visit the web site at www.southwesterncollege.org.

Southwestern College is a private institution granting undergraduate and graduate degrees and is affiliated with the United Methodist Church. About 1,700 students attend classes at the main Winfield campus, at six professional studies sites in Kansas and Oklahoma, or online around the world.

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