About MilitarySupportiveColleges.com

Supporting Military Service Members, Vets, and Families at Every Phase of the College Journey

As you start looking into the education benefits available to service members, veterans, and their families, you definitely won’t come up short on information.

Online resources published by the Department of Veterans’ Affairs, state VA associations, and individual services are readily available. All of them present lots of information on education benefits in that characteristically concise language familiar to anyone who spent any time in the service. You’ll also find thousands of colleges from coast to coast that accept those benefits and offer military supportive services, all promoting themselves as friendly to service members, vets, and their families.

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But what you’ll probably find missing is a single resource that ties all that information together, helping you to make sense of it all while providing the kind of clear and actionable guidance you need to confidently take your next steps. Until now.

MilitarySupportiveColleges.com is the one-stop resource you’ve been looking for, designed to ensure you and your family know exactly how to access the education benefits you have coming to you, and which colleges and universities both accept those benefits and respect the service and sacrifice it took to earn them.

Whether you’re a veteran transitioning to the civilian job market, an active duty service member looking to earn a promotion or get a jump on college for your post-service career, or even if you’re looking at joining the service with rank after college, we’re here to help you make the most of every benefit dollar coming your way.

Who We Are

MilitarySupportiveColleges.com represents the work of a dedicated group of web-publishers. We offer independent perspectives on colleges and universities that accept military education benefits, have generous credit transfer policies in place for military training and experience, and that offer other military supportive services to make college more accessible.

MilitarySupportiveColleges.com is in no way affiliated with the Department of Defense, the Department of Veteran’s Affairs, or any other government agency.

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We’re Here To Provide Information But Encourage You To Conduct Your Own Research

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We believe everyone should be able to make educational decisions with confidence. It’s important to note that our site does not feature every university or educational option available on the market. We encourage you to perform your own independent research before making any education decisions.

This website is owned and operated by Wiley. Many of the education programs included are from our Wiley University Services partners and schools that compensate us as a paid advertiser. This may influence which educational offerings we write about and where and how they appear on a page. Our content is free and originates from many different education content writers; our views and opinions are our own and for information purposes only.

Our Contributors...

Scott Wilson

Scott Wilson

Scott is an author and information technology consultant based in the Pacific Northwest. He has a bachelor’s degree in English from the University of Washington and has worked in the information technology industry for more than 20 years as a system administrator, IT manager, and consultant. Scott’s numerous writing credits have included articles on healthcare, psychology, social work and public health. You can connect with Scott on LinkedIn.

Catherine Dorian

Catherine Dorian

Catherine Dorian lived and taught in rural Montana for four years, where she embraced writing as a means of finding connection in an isolated setting. She has published several academic articles about English education and presented at state and national conferences. A native of Massachusetts and the Adirondacks, Catherine recently taught at Brattleboro Union High School in Vermont where she served on the school’s literary magazine, The Dial. She is a degree candidate in the ALM program in Creative Writing and Literature at Harvard University. Some of her unfinished work is available at writingrural.com.

Alex Dorian

A freelance writer with over four years of experience, Alex ensures each piece is informative and actionable. After working in digital marketing for five years, he pivoted to a career in plumbing and gasfitting. He is currently pursuing his journeyman’s license in Massachusetts and New Hampshire.

Brian Miller

Brian Miller

Brian Miller is a secondary principal and blogger (millerbrian.com) currently living in Fort Benton, Montana. He has taught 7-12 English for 10+ years throughout the country and world. He has presented at teacher conferences in Thailand, China, Wyoming, and Montana on topics such as curriculum development, teaching strategies, and character development. He is currently pursuing his doctorate in Educational Leadership through the University of Montana. You can connect with Brian on Twitter.

Rebecca Turley

Rebecca Turley

Rebecca is a full-time writer and editor with a BA in Journalism and Communications. Throughout her career she has contributed to high-profile websites and blogs related to psychology, social and behavioral sciences, teaching and more. You can connect with Rebecca on LinkedIn.

Jennifer Williams

Jennifer Williams

Jennifer is a practicing registered nurse with a bachelor's degree in nursing (BSN). She has been writing professionally for more than a decade on topics that include higher education and nursing. Jennifer is a devoted wife and the proud mother of a teenage son. When she’s not writing, she enjoys spending time with her family, reading novels, scavenging antique shops, and playing with her five goofy dogs. Connect with Jennifer on LinkedIn.