Voluntary Education Program

Programs and Services

The Education Center’s Lifelong Learning Program (LLP) provides active-duty service members the opportunity to reach their educational goals. Service members can complete their high school education, earn an equivalency diploma, enroll in vocational and technical schools, and enroll in post secondary education programs that lead to associate’s, bachelor's, graduate and post graduate degrees. Service members can also improve their academic skills or level of literacy, receive recommended college credit for military training and experience, and complete an apprenticeship in a trade.

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Tuition Assistance Virtual Training (previously College 101 Training)

Tuition Assistance Virtual Training


Education Counseling Education Counseling
Tuition AssistanceTuition Assistance
Funding SourcesFinancial Aid & Scholarships
Credentialing ProgramsCredentialing Programs
GI Bill BenefitsGI Bill Benefits
Schools on StationSchools on Station
Briefs and EventsBriefs & Events



DoD, Department of Justice, Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, Department of Education, and Veterans Affairs have created a centralized school complaint system.  The system will: Receive school complaints/concerns from all agencies Process complaints Refer matters for civil or criminal enforcement Executive Order 13607 requires a Centralized Complaint System that will allow students to report concerns in regards to schools' recruiting techniques and other issues at the following link: www.militaryonesource.mil/voluntary-education/complaint