If your GI Bill is gone and you still want to go to college, these scholarships can help.
The scholarship offers up to $10,000 for active-duty members, veterans, spouses and surviving spouses.
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Cadet Daine Van de Wall is the only selection from any of the service academies this year.
Up to four $1,000 scholarships are awarded annually to dependents of Navy, Marine and Coast Guard members.
For the first time in three years, student loan interest rates will drop.
The number of scholarships available annually to military spouses through a military family advocacy organization is set to...
The GI Bill expires 15 years after discharge. However, the GI Bill is not the only veteran education benefit.
Looking for college money for your military kid? This guide is all you need.
The scholarship offers up to $10K for active-duty members, veterans, spouses, and surviving spouses.