Regent Formalizes Agreement with Joint Forces Staff College
By Amanda Morad | April 16, 2013
Regent president, Dr. Carlos Campo, and JFSC Commandant Joseph S. Ward, Jr., Major General U.S. Air Force
As one of the leading military-friendly universities in Virginia, Regent University is constantly expanding its relationships with every branch of the armed forces, providing educational services and discounts to military personnel.
On Monday, April 15, Regent president, Dr. Carlos Campo, and Joint Forces Staff College (JFSC) Commandant Joseph S. Ward, Jr., Major General U.S. Air Force, signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) about provisions for JFSC students to earn credit at Regent.
JFSC is the premier institution for educating national security professionals in planning and executing joint operations.
The MOU with Regent gives JFSC students online and on-campus access to programs in the School of Business & Leadership (Master of Arts in Organizational Leadership) and the School of Government (Master of Public Administration) with a nine credit hour transfer provision to complete their civilian degrees.
"This is an extension of an ongoing relationship Regent has with the Joint Forces Staff College, and we are grateful for the commitment to excellence we share," said President Campo at the signing ceremony.
"We are proud and honored to be affiliated with Regent University," echoed Commandant Ward, citing Regent's military-friendly reputation, accessibility as a top online school, and affordability as key attractors for this kind of partnership. "These programs for men and women in uniform are truly outstanding."
In addition to the nine credit hour transfer, JFSC students will receive a 25 percent tuition discount for Regent courses.
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