Military After College
"Military After College" submitted by SchoolGrantsfor Editorial Team and last updated on Friday 22nd July 2011
The U.S. Armed Forces offer education benefits, including up to $65,000 to enlistees for college tuition. Some will even help you repay your federal student loans. In certain cases, you may receive an education first in exchange for a service commitment later.
Scholarships are available through the Reserve Officers’ Training Corps programs at hundreds of colleges in return for serving at least four years of active duty after graduation. In the Reserves or National Guard, you can earn money for college or to repay your student loans in exchange for a service commitment.
You may also want to consider one of the four U.S. service academies. Your college costs will be paid in return for a five-year service commitment. Also, look into military colleges. For more information, visit www.todaysmilitary.com
If you prefer to get your degree first and serve after graduation, you may want to visit these sites:
- Financial aid for Military and Their Dependents
- Stafford and Perkins Loan deferments option For Military Service
- Federal Grants for Iraq and Afghanistan Military and Their Dependents
- Stafford Loan Forgiveness For Military
- Lon Repayment options For Military and Their Dependents
- Avoid Military and Their Dependents Delinquency and Default