Decisions, Decisions, Decisions - Which GI Bill Is Better? Jan 16, 2009
Members already receiving the Montgomery G.I. Bill can switch to the Post-9/11 G.I. Bill, but they cannot switch back. More importantly, both bills generally provide up to 36 months of assistance, so any time already used under the Montgomery plan will be deducted from the Post-9/11 plan.
Wounded Warriors' Spouses Get Free Tuition Nov 26, 2008
The wife of Warrior Transition Unit Soldier Sgt. Roberto Quintana is the installation's first recipient of a CTC program that will allow her to complete 30 credit hours at the school free of charge.
New GI Bill makes the grade in Kaiserslautern Nov 21, 2008
More than 100 Soldiers throughout the Kaiserslautern military community attended the four presentations - touted as lunch and learn classes
New GI Bill provides increased educational benefits Jul 29, 2008
The new GI Bill is applies to individuals who served on active duty on or after Sept. 11, 2001, and offers education benefits worth an average of $80,000 - double the value of those in the previous program.
Free computer-based training resources available Oct 2, 2007
In an effort to fill the gap between tight budgets and training requirements, officials here are reminding Airmen and Air Force civilians that there is a place to go for free computer-based training.
Army simplifies TA process for Soldiers Sep 28, 2007
The Web site is a virtual gateway for Soldiers to request tuition assistance anytime online for classroom, distance learning and eArmyU online college courses, Peterson said. It also provides a single location for colleges and universities to process credit-bearing enrollments, submit Soldier grades, and verify and prepare invoices for payment.
Policy change increases tuition assistance Sep 28, 2007
Effective Oct. 1, the Army's Tuition Assistance program pays 100 percent up to the new cap of $250 per semester hour of credit and an annual ceiling of $4,500 for AC and AGR soldiers enrolled in a post-secondary school.
The lucky seven: help paying for college Sep 10, 2007
There are seven basic financial aid programs offered by the U.S. Department of Education which fall under four different categories: grants, scholarships, loans, employment.
How online college classes work for the military Sep 7, 2007
You are probably reading this because you are not enrolled in college at this time and you have no idea how online college classes work. I am considering it my duty in this article to fully describe to you the procedures found in many online courses by describing an online course I took.
Tuition assistance provides no-cost college degrees to Airmen Sep 5, 2007
Edwards, Airmen are encouraged to use tuition assistance to further their education during their enlistment and commission.