Educational Financial Aid for Active-Duty, Veterans, Spouses & Dependents

GI Bill.  We can help you figure out your GI Bill.  Most veterans serving after 9/11 will be eligible for the full 36 months of Post-9/11 GI Bill.  For more information, click here.

Defense Department “Tuition Assistance” can be used by servicemembers to pay for college courses.  For more information, click here. 

CLEP ® exams can be used to earn college credit for the fraction of the cost of a college course.  For more information, click here. 

Military Scholarships and Grants can make college more affordable by paying some or all your tuition and fees.

  • Pat Tillman Foundation Scholars (here)
  • Sentinels of Freedom Scholarships for severely wounded (here)
  • Thanks USA Scholarship (here)
  • AMVETS Scholarship (here)
  • Armed Forces Communications & Electronics Association Scholarship (for STEM studies) (here)
  • List of scholarships at Student Veterans of America (here)
  • List of scholarships at U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (here)
  • List of scholarships at U.S. Department of Education (here)
  • Scholarships for military children (here and here)
  • Scholarships for military spouses (here and here)
  • Marine Corps League Scholarship (here)
  • Military Order of the Purple Heart Scholarship (here)
  • Paralyzed Veterans of America Scholarship (here)
  • VFW Financial Grants (here)