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For the second consecutive year, Brown Mackie College System of Schools has been selected as a “military friendly” school by G.I. Jobs magazine, and now appears on the 2012 List of Military Friendly Schools.

 The list honors the top 20 percent of colleges, universities and trade schools that are doing the most to embrace America’s veterans as students. The common bond among the schools on the list is their shared priority of recruiting students with military experience.

“Brown Mackie College has always held the deepest respect for the men and women who have served and continue to serve our country,” says K.L. Allen, Director of Business Development for Brown Mackie College System of Schools. “This ranking further acknowledges our long-term commitment to providing our military and veteran students with access to a quality education. We are extremely pleased to once again be included on this list and in the company of other distinguished colleges and universities.”

The list was compiled through extensive research starting last April during which G.I. Jobs polled more than 7,000 schools nationwide. Criteria for making the List of Military Friendly Schools included: efforts to recruit and retain military and veteran students, results in recruiting military and veteran students and academic accreditations.

With 27 schools located in 15 states (including one school in Phoenix and another in Tucson), the Brown Mackie College family of schools offers bachelor’s degrees, associate’s degrees, certificate and diploma programs in health sciences, business, information technology, legal studies and design technologies.

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