For-profit Education - Diverse Military

Citadel Cadets Will Change Companies After Freshmen Year Starting in 2020

by Kaitlin Stansell | February 15, 2019
A shakeup to a Citadel tradition is underway as the Military College of South Carolina shifts a [...] Read more

Graduate School Selects First Permanent Senior Military Faculty Member

by Katie Scott | February 08, 2019
Lt. Col.  James Rutledge, Ph.D., P.E. is AFIT’s Graduate School of Engineering and Manageme [...] Read more

Signing Day a Family Affair For Meredith Siblings, Who Are South Carolina And Citadel Bound

by Andrew Miller | February 08, 2019
Huw and Sami Meredith didn’t exactly have a sibling rivalry growing up – it was more of a f [...] Read more

Park University Offers Tuition Assistance to Coast Guard Students During Government Shutdown

by Monica Levitan | January 25, 2019
Park University, a nonprofit, private institution located in Parkville, Missouri, has announced [...] Read more

Most Military Branches are Seeing an Increase in TA Benefit Usage, Except for the Army

by Monica Levitan | January 24, 2019
According to data from the U.S. Department of Defense, usage of the military tuition assistance [...] Read more

Former St. John’s Military Student Receives Arbitration Award From School

by Monica Levitan | January 17, 2019
A former St. John’s Military School student has received a $369,175 arbitration award in a la [...] Read more

Settlement with For-Profit Ed Company Will Omit Collecting $493.7M in Student Debt

by Monica Levitan | January 11, 2019
Iowa Attorney General Tom Miller recently announced that under a new nationwide settlement with [...] Read more

VA still paying millions in GI Bill tuition to ineligible for-profit schools: Watchdog

by Richard Sisk | December 06, 2018
The VA Office of Inspector General (OIG) has issued the latest in a series of five audits charg [...] Read more
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