ScholarVets is a social learning network for US Military connected college students.

Our mission is to enable ScholarVets members to achieve student excellence during college. ScholarVets is free to use and quick and easy to join. Enlist today!

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Please take a few minutes to watch the above video. You will learn what ScholarVets is all about and see a brief demo of the site. It is FREE for all veterans and Military students to join. Thank you for watching! Enjoy!

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How ScholarVets Works

Rate & Review Your School

Students rate and review their school's veteran friendliness. These ratings are used to rank America's best colleges for veterans and Military.

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Network with Vets and Military

Members create a profile with their academic goals. Members are matched together and can follow each other's posts and activity easily.

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Find Employers Hiring Veterans

Employers post jobs and news to their company profile. Members can add a resume, apply to jobs, and follow companies they love.

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Recent Reviews

Arizona State University

"I am only attending online. I haven't had the best of luck getting prompt replies."

Donny Whitton
Army,

Strayer University

"Support needs improvement"

Jo Anne Hall
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University of Virginia

"The University as a whole is tremendously veteran friendly. The student body however is less favorable towards veterans. "

Richard Freed
Army,

University of Southern California

"I'm giving this a 4/5 rating because I think there is always room for improvement. Since I started at USC in 2014, I have seen major advancements in how the school treats Veterans. This has been achieved through the strides that the student Veteran organization Executive Board members have made by establishing and facilitating strong relationships with the school president and faculty. The Veteran's Association has obtained ample space in order to ensure the continuance of the organization."

Juston Graber
Army,

University of Phoenix

"Good"

Michael Payne
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