GI Benefits: Use Them or Lose ThemMay 4, 2017 | :
by George W. Reilly
Attending college for the first time can be stressful, and is especially true for veterans once they have been discharged from military service. If you are a veteran and at a loss of what to do now that you have completed military service, you might want to consider higher education.
You may feel that the obstacles you face in the transition are too overwhelming to consider committing to another structured environment. You might entertain the idea of pursuing a higher education, but the cost of a college education is high. A financial hardship often deters many veterans from pursuing additional education following their military service.
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