Touro University Worldwide Pledges Statement of Support for the Guard and Reserve

As part of the university’s ongoing commitment to serve and support the men and women of our nation’s military as well as their families, Touro University Worldwide (TUW) has recently pledged a Statement of Support for the Guard and Reserve. TUW now joins a growing list of employers who have signed the Statement of Support

Military Connection Presents “Veteran School Salute” to Touro University Worldwide

This Yellow Ribbon university is recognized for their commitment to their military and veteran students. Military Connection is proud to announce that Touro University Worldwide (TUW) has been awarded the “Veteran School Salute.” This Yellow Ribbon university has shown an unparalleled dedication and commitment to their veteran and military students. TUW has been a pioneer

TUW responds to the need for affordable education by members of the armed forces

If you are an active or current member of the military, or even if you are a spouse or child of one, then you can now benefit from the Military Achievement Scholarship program and discounted rates for tuition that is offered by Touro University Worldwide (TUW). TUW is an accredited nonprofit online university that provides

Boots to Books: Your Guide to Military Education Benefits

Since the first GI Bill passed in 1944, the U.S. government has been providing educational benefits to its military personnel, helping them earn a college degree after completing their service. President George W. Bush signed a new bill in 2008 to make it even easier for veterans to access a college education. These benefits can

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How to Get Started with a Military Friendly School Like Touro University Worldwide

Many military members return to college after their military service to help them begin a fulfilling career or to get a head start on their future before they’ve been discharged. Both of these types of military students have unique academic needs that require special attention, including admissions, financial aid, instructional support and more, to ensure

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Your College Education in the Military

Wednesday, 15 October 2014 by
Your College Education in the Military

A college education is a goal for many Americans. While some people choose to enroll in a degree program right after high school graduation, active-duty service members have often delayed the start of their college education to enlist in the military. Did you know that you can start earning college credits and earn a college

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Why Online Learning Is Perfect for the Military Student

It’s no secret that the military lifestyle is different from the daily life of a civilian. No matter what branch of the service you are in, your schedule is likely anything but consistent. Your hours and even where you live change often, and getting your degree may seem difficult or even impossible. However, there is

The Military CEO Quiz

Thursday, 21 August 2014 by
The Military CEO Quiz

American business has a long and rich history with our military leaders. Former members of the armed forces have held leadership roles in some of the country’s most prominent companies. Businesses large and small pride themselves on hiring veterans, for every position from executives to entry-level workers. This quiz will test your knowledge on which

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Best Degrees for Military Officers

Tuesday, 03 June 2014 by
Best Degrees for Military Officers

Military officers who are seeking a seamless transition into civilian life after their military service or who are looking for new career opportunities within the military should consider an advanced college degree to maximize career options. All degree programs offered at TUW are fully online, giving you complete control over your course of study. Military

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The Facts Behind Military Friendly Colleges

Military service members—both active duty and veterans—have served our country with honor and have often postponed their education for military service. When higher education becomes the goal for these service members returning to civilian status, it is important that institutions cooperate with the unpredictable schedules and financial needs of these prospective students and assist in

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