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Saint Leo 360 Podcast

Episode 16: Saint Leo University’s Office of Military Affairs & Services

Posted by Greg Lindberg on May 28, 2020

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Episode Summary

  • Dr. Ernest “Luke” McClees, the director of Saint Leo University’s Office of Military Affairs and Services. 
  • His personal background, military service, and education
  • His work teaching in higher education prior to joining Saint Leo University
  • How he came to Saint Leo University and his duties as director of the Office of Military Affairs and Services at University Campus
  • The history of how Saint Leo has served military students and families for several decades
  • Specific services and support offered by his office
  • The benefits of attaining a college degree for an active-duty military member, reservist, or veteran
  • Why an active-duty military member, reservist, or veteran should feel comfortable attending Saint Leo University and the many faculty and staff who are also veterans
  • How Saint Leo helps all military students and families claim their education benefits and other qualifying financial aid through a seamless process 

Links & Resources

Learn more about Saint Leo University’s Office of Military Affairs and Services at https://www.saintleo.edu/office-military-affairs-services.

Check out this blog article highlighting the Office of Military Affairs and Services at https://www.saintleo.edu/blog/highlighting-saint-leo-university-office-military-affairs-services.

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