Ind. schools help veterans adjust to college life

Several Indiana universities have established resource centers to give veterans information about coursework, financial aid and career counseling, and the state legislature is considering a measure that would formalize "combat-to-college" programs. "It's nice for veterans not to feel isolated," said Anthony Arnold, a Navy reservist who started a veterans group at Indiana University.

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