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Americian Council on Education  (links to a site not maintained by ODU) 

ATTENTION MILITARY SPOUSES! 
You may be eligible for up to $6,000 in financial assistance under a new  DOD program!
Military One Source (MOS) My Career Advancement Account (MyCAA)
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Student Process Check List
 

Complete Information to Transfer Benefits to Military Dependents
Connecting America's Veterans to Higher Education   (A new site from The American Council on Education)
Council of College and Military Educators 
Counseling Services 
DANTES Information Bulletin (DIB) (links to a site not maintained by ODU)
Defense Advocate  (March 2009 issue)
Office of Educational Accessibility 
Military Officers Association of America( MOAA) (links to a site not maintained by ODU)
Note the GI Bill Sign-up information .
The Pat Tillman Foundation has announced that the new Leadership Through Action - Tillman Military Scholars program is accepting applications.   (links to a site not maintained by ODU)
2010 Scholarships for Military Children
Servicemembers Opportunity Colleges (SOC)  (links to a site not maintained by ODU)
ThanksUSA Scholarships for Military Spouses and Children  (links to a site not maintained by ODU)
Tricare Information
Veteran's Benefits
List of Veteran Information Sites   (These Sites are not maintained by ODU)
 
 Cadet Daniel Dross and Cadet Axia Jelderks along with Staff Sergeant Billy Malloy present Acting President Broderick with a Virginia Army National Guard Certificate of Appreciation for the support given by ODU to the Army ROTC program.  Cadets Dross and Jelderks are both Juniors and members of the ODU Army ROTC Monarch Battalion and the Virginia National Guard. The ODU Army ROTC program has an enrollment of over 200 Cadets this year which is the largest it has ever been.  The Battalion is the 5th largest Army ROTC program out of 273 programs in the nations.  In addition to having numerous Cadets on full scholarship, over 80 members of the ROTC Battalion are members of the Virginia National Guard earning tuition assistance and a monthly paycheck to support their education.