The increasing pressure put on service members to acquire a civilian education and complete their degrees leads more and more active-duty service members to increase their course loads.
Students who love television, movies, comedy and magazines will certainly enjoy majoring in popular-culture studies at a certain Ohio University. The school says the major provides an opportunity to use “television programs, movies, cars, houses, music, museums, celebratory events, holidays, magazines and many other manifestations of culture insights to examine society presently and historically. Continue Reading
By Dr. Ron Wallace
Faculty Member, Criminal Justice at American Military University
A scholarly resource is a peer reviewed and/or research based source that utilizes factual information from other credible resources. It presents information in a neutral, unbiased voice and is made available by a reputable source. How well do you know your sources?
By Nichole Ahlstrom
Faculty Member at American Public University
Deciding to enroll in college is a major decision, but for service members and their spouses it is often followed by another one: to take a leave of absence or stay the course during a move. I encourage students to keep going despite the disruption of a move.
By Ryan Laspina
Senior Specialist, Red Flags and External Reviews at APUS
The government offers a handful of payment options for our servicemen and servicewomen to pursue their education. Learn more about the options made available to you during, or after your military career.