“Financial Aid”. . .
Estimate your startup costs and determine how much money you’ll need to get and keep your business up and running.
This table illustrates the average total costs of attending an undergraduate institution for first-time, full-time students.
“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.
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?
The U.S. Department of Education’s 'Know Before You Owe Shopping Sheet' helps potential and current students evaluate the true cost of education. You can use this tool to determine your out-of-pocket expenses for a school year.
The 'Post-9/11 GI Bill®: Transferability' fact sheet provides the requirements for a military member’s eligibility to transfer GI Bill® education benefits to dependents. It also provides step-by-step instructions for how to conduct the transfer.
If you decide 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.
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