A detailed analysis of how Military Tuition Assistance can help reduce the costs of further education for each branch of the U.S. Armed Forces.
By Rebecca Alwine
Alumna, American Military University
With the ability to transfer GI Bill benefits to spouses, often both the spouse and the service member are in school at the same time. With the op tempo slowing down, there is a perceived notion that military life is more stable, dull, and family friendly. It simply isn’t true. Continue Reading
For-profit colleges have been targeted by government officials, including President Obama and California Attorney General Kamala Harris, who claim these schools take advantage of low-income students, burdening them with student debt and limited job prospects upon graduation (if they graduate at all). Yet, these same officials are unfairly aiming their crosshairs at for-profit institutions while applying weaker standards and greater accommodation with not-for-profit schools. Continue Reading
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Indiana has a large number of veterans who are returning home as the Army thins its ranks and winds down overseas engagements, placing more demand on a network of veterans’ services that is already stretched thin.
Unfortunately for Hoosiers coming home, local veterans advocates says Indiana lags far behind other states when it comes to getting services to those in need. Continue Reading
Interview with AMU Alumna, Kelli Oliver
The following profile is the third in a series of student profiles of our students and alumni at the university.
Job title: Air Traffic Controller, U.S. Army
Degree earned: B.A. in History, 2011. Currently pursuing her M.A. in History at American Military University.
What have you been up to since earning your bachelor’s degree in history at AMU? Continue Reading