Find the Right School

Navy recruiter speaks to students
Master-at-Arms 1st Class Jackie Lascala, a recruiter assigned to Navy Talent Acquisition Group Pittsburgh, speaks to students of Wayland High School near Boston about opportunities in the Navy during a scheduled visit. (Mass Communication 2nd Class Kyle Hafer/U.S. Navy)

Finding a school that provides the best value for military members and veterans can be a daunting task. This section offers some ways to help you make a wise decision when choosing the right school.

There are many factors to consider when choosing a school; these include available degree options, the school's policy for using CLEP and military experience (ACE) credits, accreditation, and the cost of tuition.

There are thousands of schools, the trick is to find the one that offers exactly what you need, in a way that fits your lifestyle.

Once you have indicated your interest in a given school, an admissions counselor will contact you directly either by e-mail or phone. This will give you the opportunity to learn more about what the school has to offer.

Here are some related links to help you find the school that's right for you:

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