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I've got to tell you, when it comes to college costs, you really have a sweet deal. Between tuition assistance (TA), the GI Bill, Vocational Rehabilitation (Voc Rehab), and other benefits you can earn your Bachelor degree for next to nothing.

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This is especially true if you are active duty.

You really have the edge. Tuition assistance will cover pretty much all of the cost to take a class. What this leaves you with is the cost of books, which can be purchased used for a greatly reduced cost. In rare cases enrollment and graduation fees can be included.

You also may be eligible for the GI Bill. This is a great tool that will cover any costs not covered by tuition assistance. If you know what you are doing you can reduce your costs to almost nothing.

What if I'm a veteran?

You still have a lot of tools at your disposal. First and foremost is your GI Bill. I'm not even going to try and tell you everything about it because the VA has already put together a great website covering GI Bill benefits.

If you have a service related disability (I'm always surprised how many people do), you may be eligible for Vocational Rehabilitation (Voc Rehab). This is an amazing program that pays for everything. Seriously, Voc Rehab covers tuition, fees, books, computers, software, and anything else you need. On top of this they also pay a monthly stipend.

To use Voc Rehab you need to have a service related disability. What does this entail? You meet with a VA counselor who does a comprehensive evaluation:

  • You need to have at least a 20% service related disability
  • Your discharge must be anything except dishonorable
  • My must have been discharged within the last 12 years.

I'm a really big fan of this program, and have used it myself. In fact, I was one of the first to use Voc Rehab to earn my bachelor degree via distance learning. Learn more about Voc Rehab.

So why use

The main reason is that we can show you how earn your degree quicker and easier. If you fall into the traditional college system a Bachelors degree will take you 48 months if you go full time. During this time college will take over your life.

It get's even worse if you are trying to work full time and have a family. Traditional college doesn't give you the flexibility to work around your schedule, career, or family. You go when they want.

We will show you how most people can earn their degree in 18 months. In many cases it can be done in a year or less. This is done on your schedule and will still leave you time to work and have a family.

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