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UNC Federal Relations Vice President Kimrey Rhinehardt Testifies Before Senate HELP Committee

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UNC System President Tom Ross Testifies Before the House Committee on Veterans Affairs

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This Public University Has A Plan To Compete With For-Profit Colleges Aggressively Recruiting Vets

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UNCW Opens Military Resource Lounge

Thanks to the collaborative efforts of students, faculty and staff, UNCW opened a new Military Resource Lounge on Aug. 19 in the Warwick Center on the university’s main campus. The resource lounge will serve as a central place for them to learn about campus and UNC system services, study and network with other military-affiliated students.

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Gov McCrory Announces Appointments to Working Group on Veterans, Service Members & their Families

The working group’s goal is to develop interagency solutions to make North Carolina a more veteran kindly state. The board will achieve that goal by facilitating a heightened level of collaboration and coordination within the system of care to meet the needs of veterans, service members and their families.

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Five N.C. schools among top 25 historically black colleges and universities

North Carolina Central University in Durham is No. 9 on College Choice’s latest ranking of the 25 best historically black colleges and universities. Other North Carolina institutions on the list include Winston-Salem State University (No. 5), Elizabeth City State University (No. 8), North Carolina A & T University (No. 15) and Fayetteville State University (No. 25).

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UNC System Program Focuses On Military Students

Online learning in higher education is booming. Within the University of North Carolina system, about 40 percent of students are taking some online courses, according to Wilmington resident Hannah Gage, who serves on the UNC Board of Governors. Her former board colleague, Wilmington businessman Raiford Trask III, notes that the UNC system offers 75 degree completion programs online.

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