So I have a question for you guys. Veterans are not considered a protected class at the federal level, so the U.S. department of education civil rights department will not investigate issues concerning discrimination torwards a veteran by a University. But my question is, If the school itself considers Veterans a protected class, is that school then held liable for discrimination against veterans? I'm sorry if thats worded weird but I hope you get my point. Would there be a basis for a legal argument accusing the school of discrimination against veterans, if the school itself considers them a protected class (even though they are not at the federal level). I have a very interesting dispute with a University here in California and the school does consider veterans a protected class. (I have it in writing). Thanks for any input!