Students from the Student Veterans of America attended the group's Leadership Summit in San Diego in August 2016.
4 Facts About Student Veterans That Might Surprise You (But Shouldn’t)
The popular myth that student veterans don’t perform well doesn’t stand up to the facts.
Study Confirms Post-9/11 GI Bill Is A Good Investment For America
Student Veterans of America and other veterans groups are lobbying Congress to continue funding the post-9/11 G.I. Bill.
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College Student Gets Owned When He Tries To Impose Apartment Rules On Army Veteran Roommate
A demanding new college roommate got a lesson in civility from the U.S. Army veteran he was assigned to live with.
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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.
Staff Sgt. Brian Gerstemeier, left, food service sergeant, Troop D, 3rd Squadron, 61st Cavalry Regiment, 4th Brigade Combat Team, 4th Infantry Division, Staff Sgt. Mark Vickery, middle, food service sergeant, Headquarters and Support Company, Headquarters and Headquarters Battalion, 4th Infantry Division, and Sgt. 1st Class Wayne Sutton, senior food operations sergeant, HSC, HHBN, study for their upcoming quiz and try to put together a menu for the hands-on portion of the culinary accreditation course at the Fort Carson Culinary Academy Oct. 6, 2012. (U.S. Army photo by Spc. Nathan Thome, 4th Infantry Division PAO)
How Veterans Screw Up College
As veterans, what is leading a big chunk of us down the wrong path? What is it about college that defeats us?
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5 Ways You Can Stand Out When Applying To Top Colleges
These tips will set you on the right path to getting a higher education.
Soldiers of the 372nd Engineer Brigade stand in formation during the signing of a Hero to Hire statement of support for a veterans hiring initiative at Historic Fort Snelling, July 26, 2013.
When Hiring Veterans, Ignorance Is Bliss Until It Becomes Offensive
When it comes to hiring veterans, is your company educated about the military community?
Capt. Jay Jewess, the Coast Guard Sector San Francisco deputy commander, speaks during a graduation ceremony for Coast Guard members who recently completed their bachelor’s and associate degrees, Sept. 23, 2010.
The Real Deal With Liberal Arts Degrees
While the liberal arts frequently get an unfairly bad rap, it’s important for veterans to understand the implications of their degree choice.
Make Your Transition A Breeze With These 6 Steps
Six tips for easing your transition out of the military.
Attendees receive advice at the Education on the Green College Information Fair at the Falcon Creek Golf Course June 5 here.  More than twenty-five colleges and agencies attended the annual event and provided educational information for JBMDL and the surrounding area. Counselors discussed what they had to offer in the way of degrees, on-line programs, certifications and funding. (U.S. Air Force photo by Russ Meseroll/Released)
7 Questions You Need To Ask Your College Officials
Choosing a college is an exciting process, but make sure you go into the process asking the right questions, so you have all the facts.
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Don’t Miss This Unique Chance To Learn How To Get Into A Top College As A Veteran
The Yale Veterans Association wants veterans to strongly consider pursuing a bachelor’s degree, and also wants veterans to know that they are highly valued by Ivy League and elite schools.
5 Smart College Degrees Modern Veterans Should Consider
We have an overview of five college degrees that every veteran should check out.
Twenty years after his high school graduation, Sgt. 1st Class Joshua Moon, an Army Reservist from Beech Grove, Tenn., graduated with an Associates of Science degree from Motlow State Community College. Deployed here in support of Operation Enduring Freedom, Moon was able to complete his degree with help from the Army/s tuition assistance program and the handful of education counselors currently deployed to Afghanistan to support soldiers' educational needs.
4 Things You Need To Consider When Applying To College
Here are four questions to consider before applying to college to ensure you make the right choice for your future.
U.S. Navy Ensign Caitlin Mandrinhill takes the oath of office at the 2011 United States Naval Academy commencement ceremony at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium.
How A Liberal Arts Degree Made Me A Better Officer
A naval officer explains why she pursued a liberal arts degree and how it impacts her leadership abilities.
A U.S. Airman takes notes during a briefing on educational benefits given by a Veterans Affairs representative at the base theater at Spangdahlem Air Force Base, Germany, March 24, 2014. The briefing gave attendees more information on how to activate, use and transfer their educational benefits. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Alexis Siekert/Released)
Here’s How To Make College Your Next Mission
America needs you to go back to school and get your education by making college your next mission.