Syracuse ROTC: Where Are They Now? (Part 2)

The Stalwart Battalion at Syracuse University can trace its roots back to the earliest days of Syracuse University’s historic commitment to veterans. During World War I the Student Army Training Corps, which was the precursor to today’s Reserve Officer Training Corps, began educating students for crucial roles in military service.

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Student Veteran Raul Rosique Navigates New Horizons

“It put Syracuse on my radar,” he says. “I researched Syracuse more and found out it’s really military friendly and a fantastic school. When I got in, my whole family was ecstatic, and I decided to get in the car and move here.”

Hometown Hero: Roosevelt “Rick” Wright

U.S. Navy Captain (Retired) Roosevelt “Rick” Wright hails from Elizabeth City, North Carolina and currently lives in Marcellus, New York. Today, Rick is a Professor Emeritus at Syracuse University’s Newhouse School of Public Communications.

Music City Welcomes 16th Annual Conference for Student Veterans

Before the start of the spring semester, members of Syracuse University’s military-connected community, including students, faculty and staff, journeyed to Tennessee for the 16th Annual Student Veterans of America (SVA) National Conference (NATCON).

Meet John Nipper: Student and Veterans Advocate at Syracuse University

John Nipper is a master’s student at Syracuse University’s Maxwell School. He serves as the president of the Student Veterans Organization, offering unique insights into the university experience. As he discusses the abundant resources, dedicated advisors, and specialized programs, Nipper emphasizes how Syracuse University equips student veterans for a successful transition from military service to higher education.

University Civilian Champions Wall of Honor Receives Three New Additions

Syracuse University has made significant accomplishments in providing access to higher education for veterans and military family members since the days of World War I. While the overall impact of those efforts is immeasurable, they did pave the way for the establishment of the Office of Veterans and Military Affairs and D’Aniello Institute for Veterans and Military Families.