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2800 West Gore Blvd
Lawton, OK 73505
Phone: (580) 581-2289
Cameron University's GPA
as graded by student veterans on a 4.0 scale
Cameron University is the University of Choice for the military and their family members. Cameron is a core member of the Servicemember Opportunity Colleges’ (SOC) Degree Network System, and participates in the Yellow Ribbon GI Education Enhancement program. CU has offered regularly-scheduled classes at the Harry S. Truman Education Center on post at Fort Sill since 1983, and has had an office on post providing admissions and enrollment services since 1989. Cameron also provides computers in the Truman Education Center. Cameron’s Freedom to Learn program provides a free laptop to any active military member enrolled in more than six online hours at CU, so they can continue their studies anywhere. If they receive their degree from Cameron, they keep the laptop. Cameron’s George D. Keathley Department of Military Science is home to the Comanche Battalion, one of the top Army ROTC programs in the nation. The Comanche Battalion has been recognized on multiple occasions with the MacArthur Award, signifying Best in Brigade. Cameron also recognizes the recreational and cultural needs of military families, offering a variety of free and reduced admission activities; examples include athletics, concerts, theatrical events and lectures.
First Professional Degree
Grants Medical Degree
Less Than One Year Certificate
One But Less Than Two Years Certificate
Two But Less Than Four Years Certificate
Master 's Certificate
First Professional Certificate
School is VA Approved
Accepts College Level Examination Program (CLEP)
Part of SOC Degree Network System
Part of the DANTES external
Gives credit for CLEP and/or DSST exams
Accepts the ACE recommendations for awarding credit for CLEP and/or DSST
Gives ACE credit for military training and experience
Policy on the transfer of credits
Semester hours transferred from accredited colleges and universities are equated on a one-to-one basis. Quarter hours are equated on the basis of three quarter hours to two semester hours. The maximum number of lower division hours transferred from non-baccalaureate degree granting institutions which may be applied toward baccalaureate degree requirements is equal to the total hours required for the degree less 60. Responsibility for determining the applicability of transfer credits to meet major or minor requirements rests with the dean of the school offering the major or minor. This responsibility may be delegated to department chairs or faculty members under the supervision of the dean. The Provost is ultimately responsible for determining the applicability of transfer credits to meet general education requirements.
Noteworthy awards or recognitions
Cameron University's Army ROTC program was selected as the third-place winner out of 272 other university ROTC programs for the Outstanding ROTC Unit Award. This marks the first time that Cameron's Comanche Battalion, the top-ranked battalion in the 5th Brigade, has been honored with the award.
Maximum number of credits that this school accepts for CLEP and/or DSST exams
Offers scholarships for military students and veterans
Offers tuition discounts for military students and veterans
Offers in-state tuition without residency requirements for active-duty military students
Can military students called to active service return without penalty
Military scholarships for dependents
Military tuition discounts for dependents
Offers in-state tuition without residency requirements for military dependents
Participates in the Yellow Ribbon Program
Participates in the MyCAA program
Offers evening programs
Offers weekend programs
Offers classroom-based programs on military installations
Has an on-campus living requirement for students at any point in their enrollment
Cameron University's GPA
as graded by student veterans on a 4.0 scale
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Number of military or veteran students enrolled
Number of total students enrolled
Number of military to total students enrolled full time
Number of military to total students enrolled part time
Number of military dependents enrolled
Service members Opportunity Colleges Consortium member (SOC)
Offers ROTC program or participate in cross-town ROTC program
Has full-time veteran counselors or advisors on staff
Advisor on staff that assists veterans with career placement
Veteran counselors liaise with local VET REPS to help with career placement
Identifies military dependents on campus
Has child care facilities on campus
Has campus/social networking events planned specifically for veterans
Has veteran clubs or associations on campus
Has a chapter of the Student Veterans of America on campus
Has virtual veteran clubs or associations
Has veteran specific page on website
Has spouse clubs/associations on campus
Has a military spouse specific page on its Web site
Provides support to specific military installations
Programs to support faculty in terms of their knowledge and understanding
Military students called to active service return without penalty policy
Service members who are activated during a term and have to be deployed immediately are allowed to be withdrawn from their classes without negative academic or financial ramifications, with documentation of their deployment.
Policy concerning students who are involuntarily activated for military service
Service members who are activated during a term and have to be deployed immediately are allowed to be withdrawn from their classes without negative academic or financial ramifications, with documentation of their employment.
Why this school is an excellent choice for military members
Located in the heart of the Lawton-Fort Sill community, Cameron provides an outstanding education, personalized attention and the complete college experience. Cameron has more than 100 years of experience in tailoring services to meet the needs of a diverse student population, including a significant number of those in the military and veteran community. We are proud of our ability to serve those who serve our country and to provide educational opportunities to service members and their families.
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