Soldiers should check tuition assistance status for their schools Feb 15, 2013
Effective March 1, Soldiers will no longer receive tuition assistance if their college or university has not signed the Defense Department's "Voluntary Education Partnership" Memorandum of Understanding.
Military Tuition Assistance benefits program changes Jan 12, 2013
The change requires students to complete the online Annual Military TA Benefits Training making them aware of their personal responsibilities. One of which is, students are accountable for ensuring their grades are posted online at the Air Force Virtual Education Center within 60 days of the class end date
Marines, sailors take studying abroad to another level Dec 28, 2012
One of the many benefits the Marine Corps offers to its active duty members is free education through the Tuition Assistance program. Working around unpredictable schedules, deployed servicemembers can use this program to help get closer to earning a degree.
Army NCO of Year champions higher education Dec 18, 2012
"Part of the reason why I got here is my education with (the University of Maryland, University College)," he said. "We had to take written examinations and write essays, and that experience and practice is what led me to where I am."
Fort Huachuca supports all in education Oct 24, 2012
Fort Huachuca's Army Education Center, located across from Barnes Field House, offers many programs and services to assist Soldiers, their Families and civilian personnel in their educational and career development, with Soldiers getting priority.
Financial aid available to college students Feb 16, 2012
High School students and current undergraduate college students who are dependents of servicemembers on post, and who are entering or returning to college in the fall, have several options available to them for financial aid through organizations at Fort Belvoir.
Education center helps boost careers for Soldiers Dec 8, 2011
The education center provides Soldiers with Functional Academic Skills Training classes that help Soldiers increase and improve on their academics for their General Technical scores, said Jeff Pouncy, education services officer for the education center.
Army training to college credit; Education Services supports Soldiers Dec 1, 2011
"It was very beneficial … finding information on paying for colleges. I wanted to see if colleges offer benefits for dog and animal training programs," said Sgt. 1st Class Troy Gapko, 10th Combat Support Hospital.
The ins and outs of getting the most money for your education with tuition assistance Nov 28, 2011
Active duty enlisted and commissioned Marines can utilize up to $4,500 to fund 100 percent of their tuition and fees, including lab, technology, and distance learning fees.