“Central Michigan University has been the leading advertiser in the CGSC Foundation News magazine for the past four years,” said Doug Tystad, Foundation president/CEO. “With their support in advertising, we’ve been able to defray the costs of printing and distribution our magazine. We think it’s been a win-win for both CMU and us.”
CMU boasts of more than 35 years experience in off-campus and online education for the military and nearly a quarter-million alumni around the world. Established in 1892, CMU has more than 18,000 students on its Mount Pleasant, Mich., campus and more than 9,000 enrolled online. Its military campuses stretch from the east cost to Hawaii, including Fort Leavenworth, which it has been serving since 1993. CMU offers CGSC students the opportunity to transfer as many as 18 credits towards a master’s in administration, with 12 concentrations available. Courses are offered in condensed terms with face-to-face, online, or hybrid formats available. Additionally, CMU has been recognized by the U.S. News & World Report in its ranking of “Best Online Programs for Veterans.” – For more information visit www.cmich.edu.
“Being an Army officer, or an officer in any of our services, requires a commitment to life-long learning,” said Tystad. “We’re proud we have partners such as CMU that contribute to that aspect of the lives of our students and family members at CGSC and Fort Leavenworth.”
The CGSC Foundation is proud to spotlight Central Michigan University for their outstanding support of the Foundation and the U.S. Army Command and General Staff College.