English faculty Ivonne Saed will lead a seminar titled The Mexican Revolution: Rulfo, Azuela and Fuentes, part of the Literary Arts Delve seminar series, in January 2014.
All students who think they may be eligible for education benefits through the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) should apply. The VA regional processing office reviews all applications and makes decisions about granting benefits.
For more information about eligibility and benefits, please contact the VA regional processing office at 888.442.4551 or visit the Department of Veterans Affairs website.
The Marylhurst Advising Center has a "School Certifying Official who can help you get your veterans' education benefits application process started and verify your enrollment status with the Department of Veterans Affairs each term. You can contact Marylhurst's Veterans Services at 503.534.4081 or email@example.com.
If you want to go through this process online, just follow the appropriate link to get started:
Military service scholarship
Marylhurst University offers a scholarship to students who meet one of the following criteria:
- Currently serving on active duty
- Honorably discharged from active duty in any branch of the United States armed forces
- Member of National Guard or Reserve who has been federally mobilized for more than 30 days for purposes other training