The US Military has different support for getting a college education, but the one that offers the most new service is using the Internet for class delivery. The Internet is a fairly recent invention, and it has been a method of delivery that was not open in the past. There are a lot of schools that have scrambled to offer part of their catalog on the Internet, and the amount of schools that are available with online Internet Delivery is increasing all the time. As a United States Military Servicemember, you are often called to duty stations that take a great amount of your time. Serving on Active duty gives you a lot of opportunity to still attend school, if you can access the Internet. It gives you flexibility and the ability to be adaptive, to take classes, and even take tests on line, from anyplace in the world that you have Internet or online access.
Serving on active duty is a challenge, but if you have anyplace on your base that you can access a computer, then the potential for you to attend school becomes available. Taking classes while serving in a battle zone is not for the faint of heart, it is difficult, and finding time to study is even more challenging, but with Internet delivery it IS possible. It doesn?t matter if you are in the National Guard, Marine Corps, Navy, Army, Air Force, or United States Coast Guard, there are different programs that will allow you college credit, and external college courses that will give you flexibility. There are a number of programs that are an advantage to you as a Military Servicemember. When you are on active duty, sometimes you can participate in taking CLEP tests over the Internet, if you have the support of your command. There are many programs that allow you flexibility, perhaps the greatest flexibility comes with programs you can access on the Internet. Service in the Military can also offer different credit for time in service, for training.
Even boot camp can give you certain credit toward a college education, there is a standardized program ran by the Department of Defense for credit for every different type of training and active duty service. It depends what type of job and military rating that you serve in, not all jobs and training qualify for college level credit, but many types do, it all depends. Many Servicemembers do not realize that they qualify for such a college level coursework credit so it comes as a pleasant surprise.