awareness: the US service member’s guide to academic programs and aid.

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  • Are you a milspouse who is thinking about going back to school and trying to calculate how many more years of service your soldier needs before he can transfer his entire Post-9/11 GI Bill to you?
  • Are you a milspouse paying for your degree out of pocket, daydreaming about scholarships and financial aid as you write the next check toward your student loan?
  • Is your soldier interested in the Green to Gold program?
  • Are you the spouse or child of a fallen or disabled soldier looking for assistance in continuing your education?
  • Are you a veteran of the US Armed Forces wondering “What’s next?” as you transition back into the civilian world? 
  • Is your child thinking about pursuing a career in the military and wondering about ROTC?

If you’ve answered yes to any of the preceding questions, then you need to check out this comprehensive guide to the academic programs and aid available to US servicemembers and their families. onlinecolleges.net has broken down and linked to many of the educational programs, scholarships and tuition assistance options you or a member of your military family may be eligible for.
In other words, they made a list of ways to keep your money in your pocket while getting a degree. Yes, please!

Arm yourself with the information you need to make smart decisions about your education:
THE U.S. SERVICEMEMBER’S GUIDE TO ACADEMIC PROGRAMS AND AID

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