Plan For Your Future

If you want to attend college after a career in the Army, you will have access to a long list of resources and financial assistance benefits that you can use to focus on your degree, not on how to pay for it.

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Go To College Now

Do you want to attend college as soon as possible? The Army Reserve and Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC) will allow you to attend school full time, without interruption, and provide you with financial assistance to cover your tuition.


Post-Graduate Scholarships

If you have already earned your undergraduate degree, and you're interested in a post-graduate degree in medicine, law or the seminary, you may qualify for merit-based scholarships that will help you on your way.

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Army Strong Stories



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My name is Captain Kevin Gormley and I am the new Commander of the 98th Combat Stress Control Detachment within the 62nd Medical Brigade at Fort Lewis, Washington.

The team approach that I saw when I came in, made me think, "There's something special here and I want to be a part of this."

I can't find any other program out there that has compared to the program we have within the Army Nurse Corps and it continues to get better.

I never knew that the United States Army was so far advanced in the research of many of the different areas that we practice in. To be a part of that groundbreaking research before it hits the rest of the world, is amazing. I would never have experienced this in a civilian nursing job.

The Army's focus is on the family and the Soldier. And they get it. They understand that the family is an extension of the Soldier.

I am a commander of a combat stress detachment now. Five or six years ago, it was unheard of for nurses to be commanders.

The Army makes it possible to step into any leadership position and be successful.

There is no organization in my opinion, that is any better than the Army Nurse Corps in mentoring and nurturing nurses and soldiers to be the best. The opportunities are there. The experiences are second to none and it's turned out to be something much greater than I ever anticipated.