VA Benefits for Summer Classes - Workshop
Veteran Alumni Tailgate and Baseball Game - April 8
The Blue Raider Veterans Book Club - April 12
Program: We will provide reading materials for those interested in reflecting on military experience and culture and who want to participate in reading and reflecting upon the reading on a specific date.
Participants: Anyone interested in reading about military experiences, self-enrichment books, and how we are more alike than dislike (veterans non-military) will find themselves at home in this group. These selected works may be available in paper or audio versions if needed. If you desire a version of a book other than in paper form, please state the format you request if you are interested.
Time and Place: All meetings will be in the Charlie and Hazel Daniels Veterans and Military Family Center. Meetings will be monthly with food generously donated.
Meeting and Book: April 12, 2017 from 2:30- 4:30pm - The Alchemist, by Paulo Caehlo. This book is a journey that follows a young Andalusian shepherd on his journey to Egypt, after having a recurring dream of finding treasure there.
The book is an international bestseller and has sold more than 150 million copies in 70 different languages, becoming one of the best-selling books in history and setting the Guinness World Record for the most translated book by a living author.
Please respond to Graeme Young (email@example.com) by 20 March in order to participate.
Stole Ceremony - April 19
Math Boot Camp - Summer 2017
9/11 Remembrance Ceremony
Salute to Veterans and Armed Services
Graduating Student-Veteran Stole Ceremony
The most recent stole ceremony was held on November 28th and recognized nearly 25 of the 90 student-veterans who graduated on December 10, 2016.
MTSU began to honor its graduating veterans with a formal Stole Ceremony starting with the first ceremony in May 2015. The student-veterans receive red stoles to wear during the university’s commencement ceremonies. “The Stole Ceremony demonstrates a clear commitment to recognize and appreciate the selfless service and sacrifice of our veterans and their precious families,” said Huber. “This stole ceremony will become a tradition symbolizing academic achievement and service.”
The next Stole Ceremony will be held in April to honor student-veterans graduating in spring 2017.