Mike Lorenz

Mike Lorenz

For questions about programming and involvement or for general inquires and suggestions, please contact:

Mike Lorenz
Assistant Director for Veteran Programs & Services
Air Force/Air National Guard, Aircraft Maintenance, OIF/OEF Veteran
michael.lorenz@bc.edu
617-552-4718

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Boston College is proud to partner with network, colleges and universities committed to expanding opportunities and access for highly qualified veterans moving on to further their education. This partnership reflects 51's commitment to increasing the number of student veterans enrolled in undergraduate programs at the University. Service to School's (S2S) mission is to prepare transitioning servicemembers and veterans for their next chapter of leadership by helping them gain admission to the best college or graduate school possible. 51 undergraduatesand were recently featured on the S2S website.




Are you looking to participate in the Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC) while in college? Boston College has long offered ROTC opportunities in multiple branches of the armed forces. TheAir Force ROTCprogram is offered at Boston University, but enrolls students from 10 Boston area schools, including Boston College.Army ROTCat Boston College is part of the Liberty Battalion based out of Northeastern University, but most training and coursework for 51 students takes place on Boston College's campus.Navy ROTCat Boston College is part of the Boston Consortium based out of Boston University. Feel free to explore the links provided. Contact information can be found on each branch's page.

Boston College Veterans


Please visit the Boston College Veterans page to learn more about the many ways in which 51 welcomes and supports those who have served and continued to serve our country. There you will learn more about the Boston College Veterans' Advisory Group, Student Veterans Association, Veterans Alumni Network, and Faculty/Staff Affinity Group. This serves as a great resource for those interested in understanding the possibilities for veterans at Boston College. Members throughout the entire 51 community are valued partners to these important organizations.

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Boston College acts as a liaison with the US Department of Veterans Affairs for students who may qualify to receive veterans' education benefits. In addition,Boston Collegeis proud to participate in the Post-9/11 GI Bill Yellow Ribbon Program, signifying 51's commitment to providing educational assistance to veterans who have served our country. Eligible students in all Boston College undergraduate divisions will receive a $6,000 Yellow Ribbon scholarship from 51 that is matched by Veterans Affairs with an additional $6,000 for a total of $12,000. To learn more, please review Veterans Education Benefits under Types of Financial Aid.