Today's military offers a wide range of scholarship and educational
programs! Whether you are presently
in school, just thinking about college or are planning on deferring
your educational goals for a while, the military has something
FULL TIME STUDENT?
Today's military is one of the nation's largest providers
of full time scholarship funds! These programs allow you to
attend school FULL-TIME while either deferring your military
commitment until graduation or by participating in a reserve or
National Guard organization while in school.
Duty Programs: Every branch of the service offers some
kind of scholarship program. These programs change often and have
specific qualification requirements. Check with your recruiter
for the details!
joining any branch of the military you may qualify for a wide
range of educational benefits but they all have this is common:
G. I. Bill
Through the Montgomery GI Bill, you can qualify for money
for college at any two or four-year college, vocational school,
or correspondence course. With Active Duty, you commit
to full-time duty (usually for four years but there are also 2,
3 and 6-year programs) with one branch of the military. While
serving, you can qualify for college money by contributing $100
per month for 12 months ($1,200 total) through payroll deduction.
You are then eligible for $536 a month for 36 months for a
total of $19,296! (four year program) You can use this money
as a part-time student while serving, or as a full-time student
when your duty is completed.
Reserve Officers Training
The Army, Navy, Air Force and Marines offer these programs
at select colleges and universities throughout the country.
If you qualify, the ROTC program offers a unique college experience!
During the first two years you can attend ROTC classes, such as
military science, and participate in training activities, all
with no obligation!
the your junior and senior years, you may receive a FULL RIDE
SCHOLARSHIP, including tuition, books, board and other expenses!
This, of course, requires a commitment to serve AS AN OFFICER
for a minimum of three years after graduation.
There may be many other programs available. The Army
offers a College First program and the Coast Guard has the CSPI
program, for example. Check with the recruiters for full details!
PART TIME STUDENT?
The RESERVE component of the MGIB allows you to
serve in the military branch of your choice on a part-time basis
(usually two weeks a year and one weekend per month for six years).
During that time, you can earn up to $9,180.00 in total benefits.
Unlike Active Duty, the Reserve does not require you to contribute
any money to your benefits. You become eligible for up to
$255 a month for up to 36 months after you complete basic
and technical training. And you can attend class full-time
while you serve!
Army and Air National Guard requires the same commitment of
time (six years) as the Reserve and provides the same amount of
college money (up to $9,180) but may also entitle you to additional
state money for college. You may even be eligible for up to full
tuition some state schools!
If you qualify for the Army, Navy, Marine Corps of Coast Guard
College Fund Programs, You could receive as much as $50,000
when combined with the Montgomery GI Bill!
The Community College of the Air Force, an accredited
two-year college, offers more that 70 associate degree programs
in scientific and technical fields, free of charge for Air Force
Most branches offer a tuition assistance program in
which you may be reimbursed up to 75% of any tuition you pay.
This may also apply to your spouse and children!
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