95-Year-Old World War II Vet Finally Graduates High School
The man dropped out of school at age 16 to work during the Great Depression, before enlisting in World War II.
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.
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.
6 Tillman Scholars With Incredible Backgrounds
The Pat Tillman Scholarship application for 2016 is now open until March 1. Meet six of their incredible scholars.
5 Things Veterans Need To Consider About Online Degrees
Online degrees can be a good option for transitioning service members.
As A Vet, Enrolling In Community College Was The Smartest Thing I’ve Ever Done
A Marine vet explains why he chose to enroll in community college to pursue his degree.
One Easy Way To Decide Whether To Go Back To School Before You Exit The Military
Before you transition, assess whether you have the qualifications lined up to pursue your next career.
4 Reasons Why Internships Are Worth The Hassle (Even The Unpaid Ones)
Internships offer skills and experiences you won’t get in the classroom.
Here Are The 7 Habits Of Highly Effective Student Veterans
The director of studies for the Warrior-Scholar Project shares advice on how veterans succeed at a four-year college.
See What Medal Of Honor Recipient Ryan Pitts Told Graduating Students During A Commencement Speech
Ryan Pitts shared with graduates what he learned from his experience in the Battle of Wanat and how he applies those lessons to everyday life.