According to the Virginia Pilot, Virginia’s active-duty military students may soon find it easier to earn college credit for their military service and priority registration status for classes thanks to two bills which are headed to a general assembly vote.
The two bills are Virginia House Bills 548 and 195. HB 548 will require public colleges and universities to institute policies providing certain administrative benefits to active-duty military, such as priority in enrolling for classes. While HB 195, will require those schools also to draft policies that will support granting college credit for military service.
Read the full Virginia Pilot article.