Army Offers to Repay Soldiers’ College Loans If They Go InfantryMarch 20, 2020 | :
by Matthew Cox
The U.S. Army is offering to pay off student loans of up to $65,000 or to give $15,000 bonuses to recruits willing to sign up for the infantry.
The Army has been offering increased financial incentives to attract recruits to take on one of its most physically challenging jobs since it missed its recruiting goal in fiscal 2018 by 6,500 soldiers.
Director of Public Safety
Saint Martin's University
Assistant/Associate Professor, Information Systems
Cleveland State University
Assistant or Associate Professor - Computer Science
University of Connecticut
Dean, James Clark School of Engineering
University of Maryland, College Park