34% of active duty members plan to attend school when they separate from the military.*
While the post-9/11 GI Bill has freed us of financial constraints during college, the list of questions and challenges we face about going back to school can seem endless.
Ready for a traditional campus environment? Maybe. But for many of us, our lives are far different at 42, or even at 22, than they were at 18. Maybe we have a spouse, children or a mortgage. Or maybe partying in college doesn’t look as interesting after traveling the world. Or maybe you haven’t been in school for a while and you’re not sure you’re up to the academic challenge. What should I study? Should I attend college or is a technical school better for me?
Again, we have teamed up to bring you experts and answers. We’ll connect you to students at schools throughout the country who can help you navigate the education maze. We’ll show you a clear path to campus and how other military students have done it. The Military Friendly Schools list and the G.I. Jobs matchmaker, at www.militaryfriendlyschools.com, help you decide which schools and programs are the best fit for you.