is a guide published by the VA that addresses common questions asked by new military-connected students. 
  • The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau offers a convenient website with student financial guides, tools to compare financial aid offers and tips for repaying student debt. Find these tools and more on the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s page, . 
  • The feature of the National Center for Education Statisticsallows students to estimate the cost of attendance, as well as data regarding other topics in which prospective students may be interested.
  • The allows military-connected students to see potential benefits in detail, based on chapter benefits and whether or not they will take online courses. 
  • The publishes data regarding the default rate of UWG students.
  • is a dynamic information and comparison tool is designed specifically to aid participants of DoD's Tuition Assistance (TA) program in making informed choices on schools and education programs. 


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