The cost of higher education and the thought of taking on student debt can be overwhelming. Perhaps you don’t think college is right for you now and want to wait. The military has options to make education affordable – whenever you choose to attend.
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You need a game plan for pursuing your higher education – one that includes practical steps like identifying online tools for comparing programs and schools, preparing for college admission tests, converting military experience to college credit, and exploring financing options and military tuition assistance. Military OneSource provides the information you need to get you from today to that moment you walk across the stage with your diploma in hand.
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The military is an honorable way for patriotic men and women to both serve their country and pursue a career. When it comes to education and career benefits, the military takes care of service members during, and after, their service. Of course, the military itself can be a rewarding career choice. But if they decide to move on, service members can access many tools, resources and benefits to successfully transition into civilian careers.