Current Full Time Openings
Admissions Recruiter - Evansville Center
Full-time | Evansville Center
To develop potential client lists with the understanding that these potential clients must be actively recruited; in so doing, potential client files are kept up to date and are completed prior to admission into the University.
Bachelors degree, in Marketing, preferred; high school diploma required. Punctual, good communication skills and knowledgeable of University’s academic programs, valid driver’s license, experience with computer software applications, capable of handling detailed work, and the ability to collaborate with administrators, faculty, staff, and potential students.
- Interviews prospective students and answers questions about the college and the opportunities it offers and including conducting site tours;
- Works to develop and expand a listing of potential students;
- Analyzes applicant’ needs and refers them to appropriate persons for advice about courses of study, financial aid and scholarships, or other specialized information;
- Reviews potential student files to ensure they are completed prior to admission to the University;
- Conducts research to develop a profile of those students who may be attracted to the university, analyzes the effectiveness of recruiting techniques, and studies the expectations of incoming students;
- Attends college fairs, expos, and applicable events at area businesses;
- Maintains respect at all times for confidential information;
- Coordinates visits with Businesses Human Resource Departments;
- Develops a schedule of recruitment activities with the end goal of establishing a lasting relationship. Prepares weekly reports of completed efforts to the Director of Admissions;
- Represents University in an official capacity at any required events;
- Develops working relationship between schools/ businesses and the University;
- Assists in the planning and implementation of promotional campaigns of the University’s programs, with an emphasis on those designed for student recruitment and retention;
- Requires working hours scheduled during evenings and weekends;
- Communicates effectively via telephone and electronic media
- Accept other duties such as, but not limited to: coordinate telephone campaign; coordinate off campus events; coordinate on site events; coordinate online admissions; coordinate on site tours and off site, university-hosted events
Assistant Director of Library Services
Full-time | Main Campus
The Assistant Director will lead the library’s efforts to effectively use current and emerging technologies in the provision of information services and resources. The position will have leadership responsibility in the library. Under the immediate direction of the Director of Library Services, the responsibilities for this position include supervising the work study program for the library, managing the library’s circulation services, user support services, and access of services.
Qualifications: M.L.S., preferred; B.S. required; experience in various phases of library work including cataloging, purchasing, computerized cataloging and control systems, etc.
- Supervises circulation, course reserve and stack maintenance services.
- Customizes and maintains library circulation management system.
- Supervises interlibrary loan and digital document delivery services.
- Schedules student workers; coordinates volunteers; provides training and support in areas of supervision.
- Recommends and implements operational efficiencies.
- Shares in monitoring user satisfaction making appropriate adjustments in library resources, services, and hours.
- Shares reference responsibilities with other library staff, both in person and virtual.
- Provides library staff and user training in library resources and technologies.
- Collaborates in the identification of new digital resources for the library’s collection.
- When needed, collaborates with partners on digitization projects.
- Assists with the design and maintenance of the library’s website, discovery system and other search tools and interfaces.
- Maintains skills in and knowledge of the latest developments in emerging standards and technologies for library services and electronic access to library resources.
- Maintains skills in and knowledge of the various computer applications used in the library, including but not limited to WMS, ContentDM, OCLC, EBSCOhost, InfoExpress.
- Represents BRLRC on appropriate committees of the Private Academic Library Network of Indiana (PALNI).
- Participates as a member of relevant professional associations.
- Hours includes evenings as needed
- Fulfill other duties as assigned.
Full-time | Main Campus
The Campus Minister embraces the aim of transforming lives and fostering spiritual transformation by creating opportunities for students, faculty, and staff to learn by engagement through program and event experiences, intentional mentorship, and meaningful relationships. This position will seek the formation of students around four values: faith in Jesus Christ, visible commitment to Jesus Christ, leadership, and social responsibility, so that students are equipped and instilled with the confidence to evangelize, to inspire, and to change culture. The appropriation of faith and the spiritual development of students will be central to all dimensions of this work, including accompanying students on their personal exploration of values and worldview. This position will also have opportunities to participate in high-impact programs for student engagement across the University.
- Provides pastoral support and faith-based programming.
- Working with Student Life, develops and implements Campus Ministry programs and essential functions, including but not limited to: chapel services, special prayer services and vigils, student retreats, Holy Week services and events, annual spiritual event, pastoral care, bereavement outreach, and discipleship formation.
- Develops and maintains a spiritual mentorship program utilizing faculty and staff.
- Working with the President of the University, completes action plans related to the university’s strategic plan to become a model of a Christian University in the 21st
- Serves as a resource to the Resident Directors and Resident Assistants in developing programs and small group experiences for building residents that are rooted in personal development, spiritual exploration, and the cultivation of virtue.
- Works with other Christian denominational and nondenominational organizations so they have a presence on the campus.
- Serves as a success coach in the university’s first semester success communities. Provides assistance to other success coaches on how to incorporate spiritual formation into the success communities.
- Recruits and manages the Praise Band for chapel.
- Supports the Student Life office during orientation.
- Provides intentional and sustained outreach to Student Athletes.
- If educational credentials are appropriate, teaches courses for the Chapman School of Religion and Seminary.
Coach - Sprint Football
Full-time | Main Campus
The Head Sprint Football Coach is responsible for the implementation of a competitive sprint football program including coaching, recruiting, and retention of student-athletes. This role will be responsible for coaching, recruiting, fundraising, training, supervising, and retention of student-athletes. The Head Sprint Football Coach will be required to uphold compliance with all institutional policies. The head coach will report directly to the Director of Athletics.
- Bachelor’s degree from an accredited College or University.
- Master’s degree from an accredited college or university preferred.
- 3+ years of relative head coaching experience at a USCAA, NAIA, or NCAA Institution preferred.
- 2+ years of sport-related head coaching experience.
- Working knowledge of the NAIA rules and regulations.
- Working knowledge of Microsoft Suites.
- AED/CPR/First Aid certification.
- Valid Driver’s License/State ID.
- Recruit student-athletes according to Admissions procedures.
- Responsible for the supervision of all team practices, contests, and off-season programs.
- Schedule all games and practices.
- Responsible for the program’s annual budgets.
- Collaborate with other staff on-campus to ensure the student-athlete is provided with services to succeed academically and professionally.
- Prepares game practices, travel plans, and training sessions.
- Ensure all student-athletes succeed academically, athletically, and within the expectations of a faith based institution.
- Participate in community activities to promote the student-athletes, team, and department.
- Adhere to rules set forth by the Institution, NAIA, and MSFL (membership pending).
- Execute community service activities as required by NAIA Champions of Character.
- Develop and implement fundraising activities and strategies to enhance and grow revenue for the program and the athletic department.
- Maintain scholarship requirements based on OCU requirements.
- Perform other related duties and tasks as appropriately assigned by the Director of Athletics.
Other Duties & Responsibilities
- Demonstrated abilities to work effectively in a small college setting and ability to balance student-athlete needs within a student development perspective.
Director of the Center for Calling and Career
Full-time | Main Campus
Under the direction of the Associate Vice President for Student Life, Director of the Center for Calling and Career will improve and increase student success through the development of the center, management of the career pathways programs and success communities, and the systematic coordination of career exploration, advising, development, and placement. This position will work with internal and external constituents. The successful candidate will develop and implement strategies to enhance career and life planning efforts through the career pathways program, manage the OCU success communities, and work with the campus to increase student success and retention. This includes conducting one-on-one coaching sessions, workshops and seminars, as well as writing and updating handouts and brochures, and creating and maintaining career resources and websites. In addition, the person will work with staff and faculty to design and maintain activities and events that connect students with potential employers for internships and full-time employment.
Duties also include working with the Career Development Staff to develop and maintain an employer database for work-based-learning opportunities, and full- and part-time positions, organizing career events and activities, and using technology to facilitate the company-student connection. The Director will work to incorporate career activities with the other student development and student service efforts of the College.
The Director must excel and thrive in a team approach setting and possess strong organizational, interpersonal, written and oral communication skills. A strong knowledge and comfort with technology, including digital media, social media, Microsoft Office, web publishing packages and databases is a plus.
Experience in and/or commitment to working with students from diverse cultural, ethnic, socioeconomics, academic and disability backgrounds.
Bachelor’s degree is required with at least two years of experience in student development, case management, career services, career technical program areas, and/or a substantive combination of the above. Master’s degree preferred.
Strong relationship-building skills and cross-organizational collaboration.
Experience building and developing a teamwork environment, including collaboration with constituents outside the department.
Relevant experience assisting students with career placement.
Planning and implementing student and/or business-sector events
Strong experience connecting business and industry to education
Comfort with technology, internet resources, social media, and contemporary communication methods
Management of the Center for Calling and Career (30%)
Develop, implement, and manage the Career Pathways program which is a career development program for students which begins during their first year on campus. Students engage in career building practices and skills each year they attend OCU.
Coordinate the operations of the Center with other Student Life offices (religious life, inclusion and diversity, student advising, etc.) to enhance student success and retention.
In collaboration with the Career Development Coordinators and other career personnel, utilize, maintain, and modernize an appropriate software system that leverages placement, graduate tracking, labor market information, and job openings.
In collaboration with Academic Affairs and School Deans, provide direction and development of a comprehensive Career Advising system which strategically coordinates and integrates all aspects of career development, career exploration, work-based-learning, job placement, and career planning with a student’s academic curriculum and major.
Oversee, manage, and revise annual budget for the Center, maintain expense records, make recommendations for budget revisions and prepare reports for submission.
Develop strategies to meet specified goals and evaluation of progress in meeting program goals.
Serve on appropriate college, local, and regional committees related to career development and placement
Assist with other student service activities performed by staff or as directed by the Associate Vice President for Student Life.
Student Success Communities (30%)
Manage and direct the Student Success Communities for first year students. These success communities are essential to the success and retention of our first year students.
Recruit and train success coaches to lead the success communities.
Provide information, programs, and materials for the success coaches to use and employ within the success communities.
Conduct annual evaluations of the effectiveness of the success communities.
Job Search Assistance/Career Coaching (25%)
Counsel with students one-on-one about strategies for their job search including self-assessment, exploration, decision-making, job search skills (resume & cover letter writing, interviewing skills, negotiation skills, etc.) and self-directed job search strategies.
Develop and conduct workshops, seminars or classes relevant to self-assessment, job search skills and job search strategies
Conduct seminars and presentations in ongoing classes and through student organizations on self-assessment, job search skills and job search strategies
Develop plans to market career planning strategies to students and alumni
Maintain and develop a Career Resource Center including books, magazines, job postings and other career resources
Coordinate on-campus interview opportunities
Work closely with faculty and departments to evaluate, improve and coordinate services, especially internships management. Maintain a database of current and potential industry contacts for internships.
Student Life Team (15%)
Work closely with the Student Life team in the overall operations of student life at Oakland City University.
Enrollment Counselor/Academic Advisor - Evansville Center
Full-time | Evansville Center
Manage a geographic territory, convert prospects into completed applicants, manage an accepted applicant pool converting them into enrollments and become familiar with Federal and State financial aid regulations. Discuss via phone, electronically transmitted correspondence, through written documents and face to face admission options with families. Provides operational and administrative support to students and faculty at off-campus locations. Supports students with regular academic processes including academic advising, course enrollment, and making referrals to relevant support services in collaboration with staff, faculty, and administrators.
Bachelor’s degree, in Marketing, preferred; sales and customer service experience a plus; Associate degree required. Punctual, good communication skills and knowledgeable of University’s academic programs, valid driver’s license, experience with business/office management, computer software applications, capable of handling detailed work, and the ability to get along with administrators, faculty, staff, and potential Students.
Enrollment Counselor Essential Functions:
- Interviews prospective students and answers questions about the university and the opportunities it offers
- Works to develop and expand a listing of potential students
- Analyzes applicant needs and refers them to appropriate persons for advice about courses of study, financial aid and scholarships, or other specialized information
- Reviews potential student files to ensure they are completed prior to admission to the University
- Conducts research to develop a profile of those students who may be attracted to the university, analyzes the effectiveness of recruiting techniques, and studies the expectations of incoming students
- Exercises professional judgment and discretion in recommending students for admittance who meet the academic requirements and recommending the admission or non-admission of students with academic profiles below admission standards
- Attends college fairs and university nights at businesses
- Maintains respect at all times for confidential information
- Coordinates visits with businesses Human Resource Departments
- Represents University in an official capacity at a variety of recruitment and marketing activities
- Develops working relationship between schools businesses and the University
- Assists in the planning and implementation of promotional campaigns of the University’s programs, with an emphasis on those designed for student recruitment and retention
- Communicates effectively via telephone and electronic media
- Accept other duties such as, but not limited to: coordinate telephone campaign; coordinate off campus events; assist with the coordination of online admissions
Academic Advisor Essential Functions:
- Oversee customer service tasks at the assigned site (answer phone and email correspondence, provide program and site information to walk-ins, etc.)
- Support instructional delivery at the site in collaboration with faculty and academic deans (provide information about course and instructor needs, schedule and/or set up classrooms, troubleshoot and report computer and technical issues, assist with the delivery of instructional and assessment materials to instructors and students, ensure classes meet university policies and expectations, etc.).
- Support student success by facilitating key academic processes such as advising and course registrations, monitoring enrollment and connecting students to support staff and services on main campus.
- Support instructors with general administrative tasks (provide class rosters, answer questions about academic policies and processes, assist in emergency situations and class cancellations, report attendance, maintain advising files, etc.).
- Assist with the development of course rotations and/or schedules to meet the needs of students at the site in collaboration with administrators and other relevant staff.
- Collaborate with faculty, staff, and administrators to improve administrative, instructional, and recruitment processes.
- Notify relevant administrators about issues with faculty, including situations where an instructor may be unable to fulfill his/her contract.
- Other duties as assigned.
Facilities Service Worker - V Maintenance Technician
Full-time | Main Campus
Supervises daily Facilities Services department tasks. Maintains and promotes a positive working relationship with facilities services employees and Director of Facilities Services.
Organizational and leadership skills; Strong skills in plumbing, electrical and HVAC systems; Indiana HVAC License; 5 years’ experience in field of physical plant maintenance, minimum; High school diploma; Valid Driver’s license
- In collaboration with the Director of Facilities Services, coordinates the care, condition, appearance, repair, or replacement of all physical equipment, buildings, facilities, and grounds.
- Responsible for performing repairs, troubleshooting, and performing preventative maintenance of all electrical, plumbing and HVAC systems.
- Coordinates outside assistance with systems when necessary, using trusted vendors.
- Maintain appropriate certifications and licensing.
- Recommends the purchase of necessary parts for repairs to Director of Facilities Services.
- Oversees equipment and building repairs as needed.
- Conducts periodical inspections of buildings, identifies areas of risk, and reports areas of needed repairs to Director of Facilities Services and VP for Administration.
- Monitors the safety and cleanliness of interior and exterior areas.
- Promotes good safety practices and procedures by ensuring proper safety measures and security measures in the workplace.
- Collaborates with the Director of Facilities Services in the preparation of work schedules.
- In collaboration with the Director of Facilities Services, schedules routine inspections and emergency repairs with outside vendors.
- Oversees the inventory procedures for supplies, materials, and equipment as directed by the Director of Facilities Services.
- Develops and maintains records for the physical plant and maintenance department, as assigned.
- Assists with operational planning, including preparing the physical plant for changing weather conditions.
- Keeps informed of new maintenance techniques and operations, engages in professional development, and maintains appropriate licensing.
- Conducts other duties related to those assigned by the Director of Facilities Services or the Vice President for Administration.
Founding Director - Mighty Oaks Marching Band
Full-time | Main Campus
The successful applicant will have significant experience with marching/athletic bands at the high school and/or university level, including expertise/experience in drill design that encompasses a variety of styles. In addition, it is expected the successful candidate will possess a high level of musicianship, with excellent rehearsal technique and teaching skills, as well as exceptional administrative and leadership ability. This unique position will have the opportunity of starting the OCU marching band which will demand a dynamic leader, capable of leading the Mighty Oaks Band/Pep Band program into the future.
The university prefers educational experience and academic credentials which would allow for a faculty level appointment with teaching responsibilities in music.
For the 2022-2023 academic year, the founding director will be responsible for building the program including equipment purchases, music purchases, uniform design, departmental structure, teaching, and recruitment of the students.
- Bachelor’s degree required; Master’s degree preferred.
- Marching band director experience at the high school or college level is required. Experience working within a higher education setting is preferred. Experience conducting and rehearsing a marching band program is required.
- Music teaching experience at the college level preferred.
- Recruiting experience preferred.
- Experience developing and maintaining working relationships with other departments and offices is required.
- Knowledge of financial management and budget experience is required.
- This position will regularly require evening and weekend work, especially during football and basketball seasons.
- This position also requires some travel and coordination of student travel, particularly for out-of-town games and appearances.
- Provide direction for the Mighty Oaks Marching Band/Pep Bands and their performances at athletic games/competitions as well as on-campus and off-campus events.
- Lead the recruiting efforts for the Mighty Oaks Marching Band/Pep Band student members in coordination with the Office of Admissions and Recruitment.
- Collaborate with University Advancement Office to assist with and coordinate fundraising efforts.
- Teaching responsibilities in music if candidate possesses appropriate academic credentials.
- This position reports to the Associate Vice President for Student Life.
Institutional Research Coordinator
Full-time | Main Campus
This position provides support to the Office of Assessment and Institutional Effectiveness through the completion of administrative and institutional effectiveness duties.
Bachelor’s degree (Social Science, Statistics, or related field) preferred; High School Diploma required. Demonstrated proficiency in the use of Microsoft Office suite; Experience with Excel software extremely important with Microsoft Excel Certification preferred. Ability to work independently and collaboratively with others, possess strong interpersonal and communication skills, and excellent written and oral communication skills.
- Assist in management of institutional data (student and faculty demographics, degree completion, academic offerings, finances, course evaluations, etc.)
- Oversee data entry to support University institutional effectiveness activities.
- Always maintains respect for confidential information.
- Self-motivation with a strong orientation towards customer service
- Excellent interpersonal, written and verbal communication skills, and the ability to interact and communicate effectively with University administrators, faculty and staff
- Effectively operate a computer, peripheral equipment, and office productivity software.
- Ability to independently manage and prioritize multiple projects to insure deadlines are met.
- Performs other duties as required.
Men's Residence Hall Director
Full-time | Main Campus
The Department of Residence Life at Oakland City University (OCU) has seen an increase in students living on campus over the past 5 years. Due to this continued growth, we are excited to begin professionalizing the Residence Hall Director (RHD) positions. During the 2021-2022 academic year we hired our first full-time RHD (female hall) and we are accepting applications at this time to fill our 2nd full-time RHD (male hall) for the 2022-2023 academic year. First review of applicants will occur on April 15, 2022.
Oakland City University is a Christian faith-based community dedicated to the enhancement of intellectual, spiritual, physical, and social development for positive leadership. This mission statement defines our every step as a university community and provides the basis for our search for the best and most qualified candidates for each open position we seek to fill.
The role of the Residence Hall Director is one of facilitating student development, enhancing student life, and promoting the general wellbeing of individuals living in residence hall facilities. RHDs will oversee the day-to-day operations of two residence halls and supervise 1-2 Assistant Residence Hall Director(s), and up to eight Resident Assistants (RAs). Each RHD will spend approximately 20 hours a week holding office hours in the Student Life Center (SLC); the remaining hours will be spent in their halls, building relationships with students, attending hall programs, etc. Each RHD will have a quarter time assignment devoted to either International Student Support or Conduct Adjudication. This is a 12-month, live-in position with camp/conference support during the summer months.
- Bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution, preferably in Education, Psychology, or Social Work; and a minimum of two years of experience as a Resident Assistant or other student leadership role
- Live a Christian lifestyle and be a positive role model for others
- Possess moral responsibility and respect confidentiality
- Demonstrate ability to understand the needs of people from diverse backgrounds
- Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, both written and oral
- Ability to manage a live-in schedule that will require working evenings and weekends
- Ability to communicate with students, parents, etc. and maintain professional relationships at all organizational levels
- Fortitude to be assertive, yet caring toward students
- Ability to understand developmental behavior of the college student
- Willingness to work/live within the framework, expectations, and policies of the Residential Life program and Oakland City University and have an understanding of the university’s goals related to student success and retention
Duties and Responsibilities:
- Recruit, select, train, supervise, and evaluate Assistant Residence Hall Director(s) and student staff, Resident Assistants (RAs)
- Communicate clear performance expectations of building staff
- Assist in the development of building staff, including fall and mid-year trainings, weekly staff meetings, and other in-services
- Maintain accurate records including building occupancy, key inventories, student conduct, and other housing related processes
- Monitor maintenance requests to ensure prompt follow-up
- Counsel and advise students, provide referrals when needed or requested, and intervene in crisis situations
- Assist students and groups with their needs and concerns
- Establish a culture where diversity is encouraged and where Christian values are emphasized; where students learn to respect and celebrate differences, take responsibility for their actions, and challenge themselves to grow and develop through leadership opportunities
- Maintain a high level of visibility and interact with students on a regular basis
- Facilitate effective team management and address relevant issues and opportunities
- Maintain active participation with staff development activities, plan and participate in professional development opportunities, and assist in providing professional development for student staff and professional staff.
- Assist with adjudication of conduct issues and serve as an initial disciplinary hearing officer
- Serve on university committees and other duties as assigned
- International Student Support OR Conduct Adjudication
Senior Director of Development
Full-time | Main Campus
The Senior Director of Development will be responsible for helping the university reach its fundraising goals by identifying, cultivating, and stewarding gifts. The Senior Director is responsible for building a broad base of sustainable, annual support for the university from alumni, friends, churches, faculty, staff, students, and corporations. This position requires travel with the ability to lead people and manage operations. It is crucial for the Senior Director to have the ability to problem solve using technology in a fast-paced, collaborative environment while seeking innovative ways to maximize financial support for Oakland City University through fundraising and sponsorships.
B.S. in Business Administration, (e.g., Marketing, Accounting, Public Relations) or other undergraduate field of study; Master’s degree preferred. At least 3-5 years in fundraising experience required.
Duties and Responsibilities:
- Work with the VP for University Advancement, Director of Development, Donor Relations Coordinator to develop a university fundraising plan and manage gift acknowledgement procedures.
- Prepare weekly, monthly, and yearly giving reports.
- Meet travel expectations of 8-10 face-to-face visits per month.
- Identify, qualify, cultivate, solicit, and steward donors moving them up the donor pyramid.
- Continue development and growth of the Oak Leaf Society and the 1885 Legacy Society (Planned Giving).
- Assist with selected projects that may be required by the Advancement office.
- Provides counsel and assistance to the Office of Advancement and Alumni Relations including working with other staff to manage communications, (e.g., email, social media, and the online giving platform).
Current Part-Time Openings
Assistant Women's Volleyball Coach
Part-time | Main Campus
Assist head coach in all aspects of coaching of respective sport.
Bachelor’s degree minimum, Master degree preferred. A proven record of integrity and high principles with demonstrated skills in developing and motivating student/athletes academically and athletically. Must be knowledgeable of NCAA and Oakland City University policies, rules, and guidelines and be committed to upholding those policies, rules and guidelines. Good organizational skills and excellent written and oral communication skills required.
- Attend games/matches as assigned by the head coach.
- Travel with team to away contest
- Assist in scouting and recruiting of athletics for respective sport
- Assist with on-field practices
- Assist with off-season conditioning and workouts
Equal Employment Opportunity of Oakland City University
Oakland City University is committed to the achievement of equal opportunity within OCU. In this regard, OCU will recruit, hire, promote, educate, and provide services to persons based upon their individual qualifications. OCU prohibits discrimination based on arbitrary considerations of characteristics such as age, color, disability, ethnicity, gender, marital status, national origin, race, or veteran status.
In full and complete compliance with federal laws and laws of the State of Indiana and all regulations appertaining thereto, the University does not discriminate against students on the basis of race, color, national origin, age, disability, gender, or other status or condition protected by applicable state or federal laws in conducting its educational programs and activities.
In the employment of personnel, the University does not discriminate on the basis of race, creed, color, national origin, age, disability, genetic information, gender, veteran or other status or condition protected by applicable state or federal laws. This policy applies to all conditions of employment, including but not limited to hiring, placement, promotion, transfer, demotion, selection, recruitment, employment, advertising, layoff and termination, compensation, and all other terms and conditions of employment. The University is a private church-related institution and strives to attract those who espouse the Christian faith or those who would be comfortable in such a religious context and environment.
All offices, schools, departments and other units of Oakland City University operate pursuant to all applicable laws relating to equal employment and educational opportunity, including but not limited to, Titles VI and VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, the Pregnancy Discrimination Act of 1973, Sections 503 and 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, the Americans with Disabilities Act, the Age Discrimination Act of 1975, the Age Discrimination In Employment Act of 1967, Section 402 of the Vietnam Era Readjustment Act of 1974, Uniformed Services Employment and Re-employment Act and Title IX of the Educational Amendments of 1972.