These listings will include how to apply for the school, tuition rates, how to request more information and direct links to the military academy websites to make the choice of a military academy easier for our readers
Chicago, IL (PRWEB) September 19, 2012
The military academic website, MilitaryDegrees.org, announces the expansion of their site to offer military academy information for potential students. This informative section will connect current, future and potential military students with military academies across the country. This expansion will include a search service, listing service, and guide service that will offer information on how to navigate various military academies and their admissions procedures.
Representative for MilitaryDegrees.org, Jeff Giles, recently discussed this expansion and what it will mean for the military personnel who utilize the MilitaryDegrees.org site. “Military academies make up a sizable percentage of academic resources available to military personnel and retired military personnel. For high school students wishing to attend military academy, will also be able to afford them the free search capability to find the military academy that suits their needs. We will be adding to the academy listing on a regular basis. These listings will include how to apply for the school, tuition rates, how to request more information and direct links to the military academy websites to make the choice of a military academy easier for our readers.”
Mr. Giles went on to say that the military academy expansion is just one of many expansions the MilitaryDegrees.org website anticipates in the coming months. With a new site launch in various expansions already under their belt, the MilitaryDegrees.org sites steadily moves forward by adding new and innovative sections to their site for military personnel and retired military readers.
Mr. Giles stated that the sole purpose of MilitaryDegrees.org is to connect military with military friendly universities, academies and various degree options. The site will also cover financial aid, G.I. Bill information and grant information that can lead military personnel, active-duty and retired, to the right course of study as well as the right tuition options for their needs. The site will also include an expansion for military spouses to connect military spouses with various military programs designed specifically for spouse benefit. These expansions are expected to occur during the last quarter of 2012 and into the first part of 2013. Expansions will be announced through press release and through announcements from site representative Jeff Giles.