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Earn an Online Degree with Military Education Benefits

May 09, 2019 by Karen Grossman |

If you’re a veteran or active duty military service member, you could be eligible for benefits to help pay for college. The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) education benefits offer GI Bills that cover tuition, and the Department of Defense provides the Tuition Assistance Program.

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Walmart offers college tuition to employees

June 12, 2018 by Mandy Byrd |

In an effort to retain workers, retail giant Walmart is offering a new perk — college tuition.

A new partnership with Guild Education allows employees to enroll at one of three universities to earn an associate’s or bachelor’s degree in business or supply chain management.

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In-State Tuition for North Carolina Veterans and/or Dependents/Survivors

November 10, 2015 by AJ Lee |

If you’re a Veteran or dependent/survivor looking to pursue your college education in North Carolina, we have news for you. Under the Veterans Access, Choice, and Accountability Act of 2014, if you meet certain conditions, you may qualify for North Carolina in-state tuition rates, without

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Summer Session Financial Aid Overview

May 05, 2015 by Kelly Paul |

Are you interested in taking classes during the Summer Session? Are you curious about your options for financial aid?

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Why Attend College Online

April 07, 2014 by Kelly Paul |

There are many great reasons for returning to college or university as an adult.  Some people are looking to expand their overall knowledge of a particular subject, some are looking to retain their current jobs in a work environment where a college degree wasn’t previously required and now is,

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Tax Benefits for Higher Education Expenses

March 19, 2014 by Kelly Paul |

We all know, higher education can be expensive. So planning for it and maximizing opportunities to reduce the cost is important. Fortunately, the US government sponsors tax policies that can help take the bite out of the cost of that higher degree—for yourself, your spouse, or your kids. These

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Tuition Reimbursement - What is it?

February 25, 2014 by Kelly Paul |

Paying for college can be challenging. When considering your options, most often, you may think of scholarships, grants, loans and work-study. Although these are the most common (and often stated) means, they aren’t the only ones. If you’re currently employed, you may be able to receive

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