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Serve Your Country; Fund Your Future

Top 4 Military Aid Programs for the College-Bound by Mara Strom With the cost of college skyrocketing (the national rate of inflation on tuition is 7.2% a year — and rising), many students are looking for creative ways to pay for school. Did you know that enlisting in the US Armed Forces, Coast Guard or […]

Who Benefits from GI Bill Benefits? New Study Says For-Profit Universities

Several years ago, the Federal Government passed a new GI Bill, which provides veterans with the full cost of the most expensive public school tuition in their state, along with housing and expenses. With all these resources, you might wonder which schools are profiting the most? According to a recent report, the answer is a […]

GI Bill Delays Expected In 2010

An article earlier this week in the Army Times reports that veterans trying to pay for school with the post-9/11 GI Bill are still experiencing major delays. I first alerted you to the problem with GI Bill benefit delays back in September, when some 250,000 veterans were facing late payments as a result of backlogs […]

New GI Bill Takes Effect, Obama Speaks to Veterans

President Obama visited George Mason University yesterday morning to mark the start of a new GI Bill with expanded higher education benefits for post-9/11 veterans. The law’s new programs, expected to provide $78 billion in assistance over the next decade, issued their first payments to colleges on August 1st. In his address to some 350 […]