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What is MIVER?
Military Installation Voluntary Education Review (MIVER) is a project sponsored
by the Department of Defense (DoD) and the Army, Navy, Air Force, and Marine
Corps to assess the quality of voluntary education programs at selected military
installations and to assist in the improvement of voluntary education programs
through appropriate recommendations to institutions, installations, and the
Marine Corps Base – Camp Pendleton, CA (February 2007):
COMMENDATION: The Central Michigan on-site program administrator and
academic advisors at Camp Pendleton are commended for their exemplary and
dedicated service to the students.
COMMENDATION: Central Michigan University is commended for its
comprehensive system of student academic advisement.
COMMENDATION: Central Michigan University and its Global Campus Library
Services are commended for providing exemplary access to a wide array of
relevant library resources and services through electronic, paper and human
interaction with Camp Pendleton students and faculty.
Minot Air Force Base, ND (August 2007):
COMMENDATION: Central Michigan University’s Global Campus Library Services
(OCLS) is commended for the library services and support provided for the
students and faculty at Minot AFB.
COMMENDATION: Central Michigan University is commended for developing
extensive and comprehensive assessment systems that evaluate faculty, courses,
and curriculum to ensure continued growth and development.
COMMENDATION: CMU is commended for their long-standing commitment to
serving the education needs of students by providing graduate programs that
integrate current theory and practice.