University of Chicago students line for annual four-day team-based scavenger hunt.
University Of Chicago Tells Freshmen There Will Be No ‘Safe Spaces’
In a memo to its incoming freshman class, University of Chicago said it doesn’t support "trigger warnings" or “safe spaces.”
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Thousands Of Student Vets At Ashford University May Soon Lose GI Bill Benefits
More than 6,000 troops, veterans and family members attend Ashford, almost exclusively online.
Airman Michael Laurion, right, and Airman Dylan Ulrich, both assigned to the Nimitz-class aircraft carrier USS Carl Vinson’s (CVN 70) air department, study for their enlisted aviation warfare specialist qualification in the hangar bay.
5 Study Habits For Crushing School When You Go Back
A third-year medical student and sailor offers tips to vets for practicing effective study habits.
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Why Student Vets Using The GI Bill Aren’t Immune To Debt
Your course load affects payments, so know don't take on too much and risk going into debt or running out of GI Bill benefits.
U.S. Army 1st Lt. Lisa Cullen, Contingency Operating Base Basra education officer, talks with Staff Sgt. Edward Ortiz, 1078th Military Police Company, 34th Infantry Division squad leader from Buford, Ga., about the options offered by the Post-9/11 GI Bill Chapter 33.
How To Be A GI Bill Expert: Know Your Surroundings
Learn about the support surrounding the GI Bill or you could miss an important change to your benefits.
In this photo taken, June 11, 2009, Sean Donnellan, a U.S. Army veteran of the Iraq War, is seen in the library on campus at Illinois State University in Normal, Ill.
How To be A GI Bill Expert: Know Your Payment
Master how the payments work because not doing so could leave you struggling financially.
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You Can Now Earn A Degree In Flying Drones
As the use of unmanned systems has risen, colleges have started to develop drone education programs.
Bryan Box, an Army veteran who served in Afghanistan, is now a biological sciences major at the University of Alaska Anchorage.
Veterans Aren’t The Only People Who Deserve Affordable Education
Criticizing civilians for not obtaining a free college education through the military misses the point of public service.
Spc. Joan Bazan, a pay analyst with the 106th Financial Management Support Unit, issues casual pay to Sgt. Maj. Johnny Valdez, the Sustainment Task Force 16 sergeant major, March 10, at Mihail Kogalniceanu Air Base.
How To Manage Your Finances As A Student Veteran
For student veterans, financial planning is a major key to success.
Air Force Reservist Jon Walters, 35, talks about his experiences with community police relations with his criminal justice classmates at McHenry County College, Nov. 28, 2012.
Why An On-Campus Experience Is More Valuable Than You Think
Here's why you should give real consideration to getting an on-campus experience as a student veteran.
A solid gold ring baring the Marine Corps emblem, which was purchased by Cpl. Kyle Lichtenberger's great-grandfather in 1918, rests on top of his acceptance letter from Columbia University in New York, at his home in Jacksonville, N.C., July 15.
How To Decide On The Right College As A Student Vet
Veterans who pursue post-military education face challenges when deciding where to apply to school.
Cpl. Dakota Berg, a consolidated memorandum receipt noncommissioned officer with Transition Team Supply, II Marine Expeditionary Force Headquarters Group (Forward), takes online college courses through University of Phoenix while serving aboard Al Asad Air Base, Iraq, July 22, 2009.
5 Things Veterans Need To Consider About Online Degrees
Online degrees can be a good option for transitioning service members.
Legal Office’s internship program offers experience to law students
5 Paid Internship Opportunities For Student Veterans
If you’re looking for some experience in a new field, check out these five internships.