Online Undergraduate Degrees
Online programs can be a really good fit for ex-servicemen and women seeking a specific civilian career. Or online courses can be used when you’re just testing the waters.
Your Free College Degree
The Post-9/11 GI Bill has helped more than 285,000 service members, veterans and their families go to college since the bill went into effect Aug. 1, 2009.
Obama Steps Up Efforts to Hire Vets
On Nov. 9, President Barack Obama signed an executive order creating the Veterans Employment Initiative, a program designed to bring more military veterans to the federal work force and help transitioners adjust to the civilian work place.
The Master Benefit
Employees with a master’s degree earn up to $21,000 per year more than those with a bachelor’s.
Give Yourself Credit
Many veterans heading to school can get college credit for their military training and experience, including leadership development courses. Coupled with classes they may have completed during active duty, this could give some student veterans a big head start on their post-military education.
How to begin the process of selecting a college may be the biggest question facing service members who, upon leaving the military, have a smorgasbord of higher education options.
Yellow Ribbon Opens Doors
For thousands of military students, this program is the ticket to America’s elite universities. Why the Yellow Ribbon may leave some students dangling.
Wisconsin facility graduates first class of Veterans in Piping.
Other Financing Options- Student Loans
The Post-9/11 GI Bill will help pay for your college degree. In fact, for some it will cover the entire cost. But the new GI Bill may not be the answer to all of your college needs.
Executive VS Full Time MBA
Across the country, ex-servicemen and women are making the leap back into the classroom and finding that the payoff is worthwhile, despite the risks of taking two years off work.
Military Friendly Schools List
Got a free ticket to school but don’t know where to start? Start here.
Post-911 GI Bill: Is It Working?
Few schools track the success rate of veterans using the Post-9/11 GI Bill. Why this endangers the most generous education benefits in history.
Tennessee grants in-state tuition to recent veterans, no matter where they live
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