MAE&T 2017 Survey
MAE&T 2017 Survey
Welcome to Military Advanced Education & Transition’s 2017 Guide to Colleges & Universities. We hope you enjoy utilizing our searchable database of all the schools that participated in the 2017 survey. Online here, you may access and review the entire list of the survey answers from all of the participating institutions, and see all the information MAE&T used in evaluating submissions. There are a variety of search functions that allow you to filter and sort schools based on your needs.
Color-coded dashboards throughout the guide display the results of our survey. They consist of six gauges representing key categories of consideration to servicemembers, veterans, their spouses and dependents: Military Culture, Financial Assistance, Flexibility, General Support, Online Support and On-Campus Support.
Now in its tenth year of publishing the guide, MAE&T was the first publication to launch a reference tool of this type. Our goal in designing this extensive survey was to take into consideration the best practices in military and veteran education that are most relevant to you, the prospective student.
Please note: we could only evaluate the information that was provided; each institution was responsible for disclosure. Responses to the survey questions were assigned weights to reflect their relative importance within each of the categories, and were then totaled to determine their score for that gauge.
We do not rank schools in the Guide, but we have recognized the schools that exhibited best practices in military and veteran education with an MAE&T 2017 Top School logo, for use in their promotional materials.
As in previous years, all institutions were judged based on the same criteria; we did not evaluate private, public, for-profit, not-for-profit, four-year or two-year colleges separately, because we believe that regardless of size or degrees granted, any school can make an effort to better serve those who have served our nation.
Kelly G. Fodel