Potomac College Announces New Tuition Rate for Military Service Members and Expansion of Eligibility to Spouses and Dependents

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$200 Per Credit Hour Rate for Service Members, Spouses and Dependents Among Lowest of Any College or University

July 9, 2012 — Potomac College announced today that the school is offering special military undergraduate tuition pricing of $200 per credit hour to all active duty personnel and veterans who have once served in the military, as well as to the spouses and dependents of all military service members currently serving in our Armed Forces.

The new tuition rate will begin July 9, 2012. This new initiative is designed to assist those who serve our country and their family members to have access to the education programs necessary to expand their career opportunities while managing the cost of tuition.

“Potomac College is honored to offer an affordable option for our dedicated service members and their families to earn a quality Potomac education,” said Laura Palmer Noone, CEO of Potomac College. “We at Potomac understand the sacrifices made by our brave men and women in uniform – and their families – and we are ready to serve those who serve us."

Potomac College, accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education, offers the convenience of taking class online anywhere around the world or right here at home at our Washington, DC, or Vienna, VA, campuses. Our students can choose from bachelor’s degree, associate’s degree, or certificate programs in a variety of fields including international business, information technology, government contract management, and cyber security.

For more information about Potomac College’s services for military students, visit http://www.potomac.edu/admissions/military-students/

About Potomac College
Potomac College was founded in 1991 and has continued to offer programs leading to the Associate of Science and the Bachelor of Science degrees that are in high demand fields. Potomac College is unique in its devotion to one goal – the needs of the working adult. Potomac College faculty and staff work individually with each of our students to establish an academic pathway that best satisfies his or her needs, and how these needs relate to their course of study as well as their ultimate professional goals. We offer the convenience of time, location, and program pace; factors that we believe contribute to the overall success of our institution and help our students balance their life with their education.

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