Learn about services available for military members and their families, such as tuition assistance, the GI Bill and other Department of Veterans Affairs education aid programs, life insurance, and survivor benefit plans.
Reduce the number of credits you must earn at their school to get a degree
Give classes on or near military installations in the U.S., overseas, and on military ships
Offer distance learning programs
Offer degrees that match your military job
Are open to servicemembers and their families
For more information, talk to your unit's education officer.
Military Spouse Tuition Assistance
If you’re a military spouse, you can find help paying for college or vocational training too. There are a variety of scholarships, grants, and interest-free loans. Find sources of military spouse tuition assistance.
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