The Eberly College of Business and Information Technology has been selected by as a “Best for Vets” business school by Military Times. Eberly ranks 20th out of 100 schools and earns four out of four stars for academic support.
Military Times is an international publication for members of the military.
“The Eberly College of Business and Information Technology is very proud to welcome our veterans into our college,” said Robert Camp, dean of the college, “and we will continue to support them in every way possible.”
In 2012, Military Times editors selected IUP as one of the nation’s “Best for Vets” universities. IUP also was selected as a participant in the 2012–13 Yellow Ribbon GI Education Enhancement Program, designed to help veterans pay for their college education.
“These recognitions are very gratifying and illustrate IUP’s commitment to be a veteran-friendly campus,” Christie Scatena, IUP Veterans Affairs coordinator, said. “We are continuing to work to offer the support and programming that our veterans want and need to reach their educational goals.”
The Eberly College of Business and Information Technology at IUP is routinely selected for inclusion in national guidebooks, such as the Princeton Review’s “Best Business Schools,” for its academic excellence and an outstanding faculty. Its bachelor’s and master’s degree programs are accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business International.