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From big universities to community colleges, service members have plenty of options for pursuing their higher education degree. Military OneSource offers several tools to find the right institution for your education goals, resources to balance the cost and logistics of going to school, and the steps to successfully earn a degree. Don’t miss valuable information on federal tuition assistance programs and other benefits.
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Take control over the next step in your education by finding the right postsecondary school for you. The College Navigator, a free online tool from the National Center for Education Statistics, can help you with your search.