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Learn more about yourself and your skills. Identify college majors and occupations that best fit your interests, traits, skills and abilities.
See the average costs of undergraduate tuition and room and board for the years of 2015 to 2016 for all institutions, public institutions and private nonprofit and for-profit institutions.
Use the Undergraduate Scholarship Search to find money to help you pay for your college education.
The U.S. Department of Transportation has established that combined transportation and housing decisions can save money and build wealth. “Transportation and Housing Costs” explains that finding a job closer to home can increase your disposable income.
“Going Back to School When You’re a Military Spouse” provides an overall summary of what to consider in making the decision to pursue postsecondary education.
Every institution has a different process for admissions applications. Knowing what documents you will need for each can be a challenge. Organizing your documents before you start applying to schools can make the process faster, smoother and less stressful.
Explore available resources and talk to a SECO career coach to find a college or career school option that works for you.
The U.S. Department of Education Net Price Calculator Center allows you to research a specific school, enter your personal information and learn what similar students paid to attend the institution in the previous year, after taking grants and scholarship aid into account.
As a military spouse on the move, meeting state residency requirements and qualifying for in-state tuition rates will allow you to obtain a first-class education for a reasonable cost.
The U.S. Department of Education offers financial aid to qualified students. But where do you begin?
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