This page is designed specifically for spouses and/or dependents of currently serving members, Veterans, or deceased Veterans.
Some material may not apply to your individual situation while some will.
When identifying a starting point in pursuit of higher education, its best to start at the end. Ask yourself, what is your end goal? Then evaluate how far have you have come thus far in pursuit of that goal.
Additional Items to Consider
Most educational institutions claim to military friendly. Do not let this be the only or primary factor in deciding which school to attend.
It's best to compare 2 to 3 different schools who offer the degree in which you wish to pursue and evaluate which school best meets your expectations and needs.
What Really Makes the Difference in Each School
This is based on a number of factors. We've separated programs into those available for spouses and those available for dependents.
Note: You should never be required to pay a fee to apply for a scholarship.
Last discharge from qualifying period of service prior to 01 January 2013 - 15 years to use benefits.
Last discharge from qualifying period of service on/after 01 January 2013 - no expiration
Service Member or Spouse: Service Member currently serving on qualifying period of service
Service Member or Spouse: Service Member currently NOT serving on qualifying period of service