AUSB Holds Veterans Day Reception to Honor Those Who Served

held a Veterans Day reception on Tuesday, Nov. 11 in Community Hall on campus.

All AUSB alumni, students, faculty, and staff were invited to the reception honoring the U.S. military veterans and families of the AUSB learning community.

AUSB proudly supports veterans and recently became a Yellow Ribbon Program participant. The Yellow Ribbon Program provides men and women who have served honorably in the United States armed services with tuition assistance at private educational institutions. As a Yellow Ribbon Program participant, AUSB makes additional funds available for student-veterans’ education through direct tuition grants without an additional charge to their GI Bill entitlement. In addition, credit is given for military training and experience, and attendees have the ability to transfer as many as 80 college credits into AUSB.

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To learn more about how AUSB’s Yellow Ribbon Program could support your educational dreams, please visit antiochsb.edu/yellowribbon or contact Sharisse Estomo, Director of Admissions.

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