A Few Things to Help Make the Transition

A few things to over the summer to help you prepare for starting college in the Fall Term. For many military-connected students, making the transition to college is a challenging proposition; particularly if you are making the transition over the summer and starting your college career in the fall.  If …

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H.R. 1206 – A bill to reduce barriers for Veterans

Update, WASHINGTON, D.C.— Two D.C lawmakers, Representative Rick Larsen (D-WA) and Representative Luke Messer (R-IN) have introduced bipartisan legislation to further help veterans reduce their financial burden when they apply for acceptance to college under the Post 9/11 GI Bill. H.R. 1206, Reducing Barriers for Veterans Education Act of 2017 …

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It’s Time Allocation not Time Management!

In our November post, we discussed three things military-related students could do to get a handle on their schoolwork.   Step one – Make the commitment Step two – Use a calendar and make a schedule Step three – Find a place to focus on your schoolwork.   In this …

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Three Ways Military Students Can Get a Handle On Their Schoolwork

For more than ten years, I have been working to help military-related students achieve their goal of earning a college degree. Whether Soldier, Sailor, Airman, Marine, or Veteran, they all have one thing in common: the challenge of balancing mission, family-life, and school requirements.    “If you don’t have time …

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Avoiding Admissions Frustrations

For many service members and transitioning veterans, applying to college and enrolling into college can be an insurmountable challenge. Why? Let’s face it there isn’t a manual to follow! Just like snowflakes, no two colleges have the exact same process for being admitted and enrolling into their school. Sure, their …

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Should I transfer my GI Bill Benefits? It depends!

For many military-connected students, one of the main benefits of the Post 9/11 GI Bill is having the ability to transfer a portion or all of their educational benefits to their dependent family members.  Certainly, being able to give this benefit to one’s children and provide for their college education …

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Navy College Offices scheduled to close.

The Navy’s plan to completely close the doors on all of their Navy College Program Offices in FY-2017 is coming under fire by officials in the Department of Defense. The Navy’s plan is to close all of its current Navy College Program offices and revert to a customer service call …

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Is an Online Degree Right for You?

How do I know if I am going to like or if online education is right for me? I can’t count all the times over the past ten years I have been asked this very question by military-related students seeking information about going back to school and the degree program …

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Military Transfer Credits – A Different Perspective

The main purpose of this post is to play the role of a devil’s advocate regarding the topic of transfer credits, sick and discuss it from a different perspective. The majority of colleges and universities, who are vying for their piece of the military college student market have adopted very …

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