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Quinnipiac University Defines What it Means to be Military Friendly

Just North of New Haven, Conn., at the foot of the series of traprock ridges preserved as Sleeping Giant State Park and within easy commute of the bustle of New York City, lies a quintessential private university you may recognize from its respected history in political polling: Quinnipiac University.

Quinnipiac University Defines What it Means to be Military Friendly2018-03-30T18:03:37-04:00

How to Succeed in College With These 4 Simple Steps

Being a G.I. Bill student means that you will be out of your comfort zone. You are going back to school, where you haven't been in a very long time. Once you start going to class, you might end up feeling like you’ve bitten off more than you can chew. But don't worry, we've come up with 4 steps of how to succeed in college.

How to Succeed in College With These 4 Simple Steps2018-03-30T18:06:08-04:00

3 Great Alternative Ways to Use GI Bill Benefits

#SPONSORED If you’ve earned your GI Bill benefits, you might be unsure of what exactly to do with it. After all, hours of sitting in front of someone teaching off of PowerPoint is never something you wanted (though you’ve already gotten plenty of it) and a future of sitting behind a computer has no appeal. ...

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3 Great Alternative Ways to Use GI Bill Benefits2018-09-05T17:51:38-04:00

How To Protect Your GI Bill Benefits

While most schools are genuinely interested in helping you succeed, there are a handful that have proven unscrupulous in their aggressive targeting of military and veteran students' GI Bill benefits. Chris Neiweem, an Iraq war veteran who once worked as a recruiter at a for-profit school, urges transitioning military and veterans heading to school to ...

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How To Protect Your GI Bill Benefits2018-09-11T20:12:30-04:00

Carnegie Mellon University’s Cybersecurity Program A Great Fit For This Navy Vet

*SPONSORED   Growing up in the Tennessee suburbs of Nashville and Memphis, Will Cunha set his sights on becoming a country music star. He and his brother would hold concerts in their home, decorating the stage, donning cowboy costumes and, like any good businessmen, charging admission. Fortunately, Cunha also had other aspirations. “From an early ...

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Carnegie Mellon University’s Cybersecurity Program A Great Fit For This Navy Vet2017-11-09T13:28:25-04:00

What the Forever GI Bill Means For National Guard, Reserve

For the first time in history, active-duty servicemembers, veterans and their families will be able to use the GI Bill as a lifetime benefit thanks to a new law that provides greater access to education and workforce training.  The Harry W. Colmery Veterans Educational Assistance Act of 2017 – also known as the ‘Forever GI Bill’ – ...

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What the Forever GI Bill Means For National Guard, Reserve2018-09-11T20:14:22-04:00

5 Reasons to Consider a Liberal Arts Degree

We’ve all heard the cliché about careers with a liberal arts degree. After graduating, a liberal arts degree-holder is permanently and for all time banished to a “career” of pouring fancy coffee-flavored sugar beverages, reading poetry at open mic night, or crafting tiny sculptures made from paper clips and hot dog wrappers and selling them ...

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5 Reasons to Consider a Liberal Arts Degree2017-09-11T19:13:13-04:00