“Education Expenses”. . .
“Going Back to School When You’re a Military Spouse” gives you a summary of what to consider when you make the decision to pursue postsecondary education.
If you’re planning to use your service member’s GI Bill® education benefits to fund your education, the GI Bill® Comparison Tool provides information on programs and compares estimated benefits by school.
Don’t let high out-of-state tuition costs prevent you from continuing your education. Use the Higher Education Opportunity Act to guarantee in-state tuition.
Learn about the two types of federal loan forgiveness programs for teachers.
The Post-9/11 GI Bill allows service members to transfer this education benefit to a qualifying family member. The GI Bill® website details the eligibility requirements and the process for this exchange.
The U.S. Department of Education offers financial aid to qualified students. But where do you begin?
Search for colleges by sector, tuition costs - lowest, highest and net - and costs of career and vocational programs.
Search colleges by any one of ten different factors to find the college that is best for you.
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.
Explore available resources and talk to a SECO career coach to find a college or career school option that works for you.
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