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GI Bill Benefits to Continue Despite College Coronavirus Closings After Emergency Fix Rushes Through

by Leo Shane III | March 20, 2020
Emergency legislation to protect student veterans from losing their GI Bill benefits because of [...] Read more

Navy to Overhaul its Education System, Create Free Community College for Young Sailors and Marines

by Jennifer McDermott | March 06, 2020
PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) — The U.S. Navy wants to create a naval community college to provid [...] Read more

Posse Program Brings Veterans to Wesleyan, Broadening Perspectives on Campus

by Emma Smith and Tiah Shepherd | February 07, 2020
While 21 percent of college students attend high-graduation rate colleges or universities like [...] Read more

Bills Granting Priority Course Registration, College Credit to Military Members Becomes Law

by Cape May County Herald | January 24, 2020
TRENTON – Making the path to higher education easier for New Jersey service members and veter [...] Read more

A More Inclusive Military

by Emily Lytle | January 10, 2020
Crowned Ms. Veteran Delmarva 2020 in September, Master Sgt. Jewell Robinson has set her eyes on [...] Read more

College Students Panic Over FAFSA’s Fine Print About Registering for the Draft

by KLFY.com | January 06, 2020
After a U.S. airstrike killed Qassem Soleimani, the head of Iran’s Quds military force, in Ba [...] Read more

Report Faults Coast Guard Academy for Response to Harassment, Bullying Complaints

by Julia Bergman | December 15, 2019
Washington — The Coast Guard did not properly investigate complaints of harassment and bullyi [...] Read more

Auburn’s Veterans Resource Center Attempts to Enrich Academic Experience

by Collins Keith | November 27, 2019
Kyle Venable has heard every misconception about veterans: They’re all men, they’re all old [...] Read more



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