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  • 10 Reasons to Get Your Degree Now!

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    You've earn it. Military service can earn you several education benefits, including the GI Bill and Tuition Assistance. If you have enough time in service to have earned GI Bill benefits, you may be eligible for full tuition coverage and a monthly living stipend. If you are still on active duty, you can use either the GI Bill or your Tuition Assistance, which is worth up to $4,500 a year and can pay up to 100% of your tuition cost... more

  • Study Techniques While Maintaining a Full Time Job

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    Are you a veteran or military member who is furthering your education? Then you're probably wishing there were more hours in a day. While you can't slow down time, there are things you can do to sharpen your study skills, such as increase reading comprehension, reading speed, and computer knowledge. By strengthening these skills, you will get more out of your study time. Taking Notes Class notes are important. Yet many students don't know ho... more

  • Five Factors to Ensure Online Success

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    But just like traditional education, earning an online degree takes hard work and dedication. If you are considering taking online classes, the following five factors will help you excel in the world of online education. 1. Time - You may think that distance education is easier than traditional schooling. That's not true - an online program essentially requires the same time commitment as an on-campus program. It's more convenient, that's all... more

  • Finding Education Pathways to Success

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    Finding the Higher Education Pathways to Success for Military and Veteran Students As the discussion surrounding veterans’ education continues, Americans are looking to institutions of higher education to help make good on our country’s promise of a high-quality education for members of the armed forces. Colleges and universities, in turn, are striving to provide the academic programs and support needed to ensure that our nation’s veterans su... more

  • Tips and Advice

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    Getting your degree is easier than you may think; however, getting started isn’t always so easy. It takes some planning, goal setting, interviewing with schools and figuring out your own needs. The following articles will help you deal with everything from the most basic questions to the most advanced admissions issues. Ask The Right Questions Graduate School Admission Tests Personal Statement Writing Related Articles Editing Checkli... more

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