How to Pay for College Without Using Your GI Bill; New York Naval Militia and Guard Education Benefits

Whether your strategy is to conserve your GI Bill benefits for graduate or professional school, you are ineligible for full benefits as a reservist, or you are looking for supplemental funding for private school, you may be seeking alternative ways to finance your undergraduate degree. Utilizing the generous educational benefits offered by The Recruitment IncentiveContinue reading “How to Pay for College Without Using Your GI Bill; New York Naval Militia and Guard Education Benefits”

The University of Chicago’s Holistic Approach to Veteran Services

Former enlisted military veterans are not traditionally who one might expect to find in attendance at a top-tier university. In fact, most enlisted folks themselves wouldn’t even consider it a possibility. Fortunately, there has been a major shift over the last decade, both in how veterans envision their future in higher education and in howContinue reading “The University of Chicago’s Holistic Approach to Veteran Services”

Cornell University Announces Fall 2020 Plan

               Cornell University announced today that its Ithaca Campus, Weill Cornell, and Cornell Agritech in Geneva will be adopting a hybrid model combining online and in-person instruction for the Fall 2020 semester. The University further announced that online options would be available for those unable to return to campus. Classes are set to begin onContinue reading “Cornell University Announces Fall 2020 Plan”

Opinion Piece: Living as a Disabled Student Veteran

Bent down the wrong way and blew out your back, and now you’re wondering how to make it to your next lecture? I feel your pain. Your knee gave out again while you were walking in between classes? I’ve been there. You can’t hear your professor in class because of the deafening ring in yourContinue reading “Opinion Piece: Living as a Disabled Student Veteran”

The Chronicle for Higher Education: “List of Colleges’ Plans for Reopening in the Fall”

The Chronicle for Higher Education is keeping an up-to-date list of colleges and their individual plans to return to resume instruction for the upcoming fall term. The image above is a screenshot from Sunday, June 7, 2020, and the information is subject to change. Therefore, the pie chart above may not represent the current dataContinue reading “The Chronicle for Higher Education: “List of Colleges’ Plans for Reopening in the Fall””