Bills Granting Priority Course Registration, College Credit to Military Members Becomes LawJanuary 24, 2020 | :
by Cape May County Herald
TRENTON – Making the path to higher education easier for New Jersey service members and veterans, two bills sponsored by Assembly Democrats to assist with college course registration and to award credit for their learned skills were signed into law Jan. 13.
According to a release, the first law (formerly bill A-790) provides both former and current service members who live in New Jersey and attend a public institution of higher education with priority status for course registration.
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