Glendale, AZ, January 10, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- USMEA Online, Mr. Ramlogan was presented with a State Challenge Coin and Certificate for Outstanding Achievement Recognition signed by the Arizona Speaker of the House Andrew Tobin and by State Representative Jerry Weiers.
State Represenatative Weiers was the presenting official who stated "Mr. Ramlogan is presented this Certificate for Outstanding Achievement Recognition and a Challenge Coin for his leadership, hard work, determination, services and dedication to our Active Duty Members, Reserves, National Guard, Veterans and their Families throughout the State of Arizona."
Mrs. Davila, President, USMEA Online, stated, "Mr. Ramlogan is being proactive 24/7 for our military members, their families and the military communities serving those who served us globally and this is a positive thing."
Mrs. Davila, President, USMEA Online, "We would like to see schools in the State of Arizona moving forward with the certification process to become a 'Veteran Supportive Campus' doing the right thing in collaboration with USMEA Online. It's an honor to see a school which has served our military members and their families for such a long time being the leader, providing quality education, making changes in compliance with recent State Laws. They are stepping forward in doing the right things for our military members and taking the necessary steps in becoming certified as a 'Veteran Supportive Campus.'"
"We applaud this recognition of Mr. Ramlogan's efforts to improve DeVry University's service to our active duty military and veteran student population in the State of Arizona," said Jeff Blake, Center Dean at DeVry University's Glendale location. "We also look forward to continuing our work with USMEA Online toward furthering DeVry's commitment to those students who have served our nation honorably."
Mrs. Davila, President, USMEA Online, "We have spoken with numerous schools in the State of Arizona to assist them with the training and certification process. "Some campuses in the State of Arizona have stepped forward and other recognized named schools have not."
USMEA Online has a working on a list of schools which will be published within the upcoming months on who is in the process of being certified as a veteran supportive campus. USMEA Online will also be distributing this list to Military Installations Education Service Officers and State ESO's for the Army National Guard. This list will assist the military/veteran communities future students on making an informed decision prior to selecting a school within their state and/or online.
USMEA Online will be providing information to our military, reserves, veterans and their families wanting to attend school with a list of those for-profit and/or non-profit schools which have gone above and beyond to provide military/veteran student services/support with a quality education in their State and/or online.
Mrs. Davila, President, USMEA Online, "There are thousands of schools to choose from in the United States of America." Their military members deserve the best and should not settle for the minimum. USMEA Online has formed a "Military Affairs Supportive Campus, Academic Advisory Board" to better serve the military and veteran students throughout the United States of America.