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Military transitioning has become a real hot topic as of late. With our troops being pulled from Iraq and now the remainder being extracted from Afghanistan, we are soon to have the largest contingency of student veterans ever. Currently, the GI Bill is providing assistance to nearly 800,000 veterans and their family members, but this number is expected to increase to over 2 million in the next couple of years. This doesn't even consider the number of active duty receiving tuition assistance for veterans attending school without the GI Bill.

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Ultimately, Your Success Story is Our Success Story

In the words of our distinguished dean, Dr. Glenn Worthington, "Ultimately, your success story is our success story at Brandman." We thank our wonderful students and alumni for sharing their tales about those who supported them and inspired them to achieve their degrees.

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Graduate Student Thanks Her Support System And Inspires Positive Change

As a student-centric university, Brandman is dedicated to building a strong culture of support for its students and community members. Our academic advising team is a primary part of the many ways we ensure that students are provided the help they need to transition

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Autism Education and Stories of Success

Throughout the month of April, the Autism community is spreading awareness about this challenging yet inspiring health condition. They call it a “spectrum disorder,” which in many cases can be attributed to not only the severity of the disease, but also to the range of emotions that many go through when caring for an autistic person.

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Brandman's Director of Disabilities Services to Present in India

By Gustav Deutsch on Dec 17, 2013

Brandman University’s Dr. Loren O’Connor, director of Americans with Disabilities Act services, will present at the 2013 International Conference on Universal Design and Assistive Technology (UniDAT) in New Delhi, India Dec. 19-21.

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Topics: Happenings, Disability Services

USAF Veteran Overcomes Obstacle to Earn Degree

By Gustav Deutsch on Jun 11, 2013

Doug Del Campo was in the U.S. Air Force when he suffered a traumatic brain injury, but that did not stop him from earning a degree at Brandman University at the Travis AFB campus, and attending online.

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Topics: Student Life, Travis AFB, Disability Services

Meet Dr. Loren O'Connor and The Office of Disability Services

By Anonymous on May 15, 2013

Brandman University is committed to providing support services to achieve equal access to the education experience. The Office of Disability Services - Accessible Education coordinates accommodations and services for students with disabilities in order to acquire skills essential to achieve academic and personal success.

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Topics: Schools, Faculty Spotlight, Disability Services