Military Branding Solutions for Colleges

Become a name in the military community: Build Presence.

Your Needs

Today’s students have more choices than ever before about where to go to college— and how: online, on campus or a combination of both. Transitioning service members and veterans are no different—except most military transitioners have been in uniform since they were 18! Now 22 or 42, these young men and women are brimming with talent, but they lack the experience and knowledge of how to start a civilian career. They may lack the training or degree. They may have never been a “traditional” student. They wonder: Who do I talk to? Where do I start? Will I fit in?

Military transitioners are looking for recognized, trusted institutions that are Military Friendly®—schools present in their lives before they separate from military service. That’s why it’s so important for you to build a sustainable presence for your school through a strong network at every step in the transition process.

Our Solutions

Print advertising* in our highly targeted G.I. Jobs® and Military Spouse magazines, along with select opportunities to be featured in our articles and content.


Web profile of your school with options to build out your profile with one or more modules that showcase your Military Friendly® Ratings, Videos, student or alumni Success Profiles, and “Request Info” Lead Referral forms.

Plus, we offer sponsorship opportunities for:

G.I. Jobs Transition Field KitThe G.I. Jobs® Transition Field Kit, curriculum and resources designed for military instructors and advisors on military bases worldwide.

Corie Weathers 2015 Armed Forces Insurance Military Spouse of the YearNational events like the Military Spouse of the Year®, recognizing the outstanding achievements of the military community.



It’s time to take a systematic, not transactional, approach to admissions. Military branding solutions for colleges is just one step. Learn about the others.

Develop Programs     Drive Response     Partner Packages

*As an additional measure to better advocate for veterans and provide increased transparency, Victory Media has voluntarily chosen not to permit any post-secondary school deemed ineligible for Military Friendly® designation to purchase advertising products in any of its military media brands. Schools not eligible to purchase advertising products and services are those for which their accreditation has been suspended; the status of one or more of specified federal education programs has been suspended; and/or an active federal caution flag has been applied against the school and 5% or more of enrolled GI Bill participants at the school have filed complaints with the VA. Victory Media will offer these schools training and development services with the goal of helping all institutions to provide the types of programs and services that mean the most in helping veterans successfully transition to a civilian career. Veterans can be assured that schools advertising in media like G.I. Jobs® and Military Spouse digital and print products are in good federal standing and have met the minimum thresholds to support them.