Contact your Installation Education Service Officer for more information and to receive one-on-one support. Talk to them about Tuition Assistance (TA), Marine Corps Credentialing Opportunities On-line (COOL), College Level Exam Program (CLEP), Defense Activity for Non-Traditional Education Support (DANTES), Joint Service Transcripts and more.


Career & Technical Training

Marines planning on joining the civilian workforce can take advantage of credentialing opportunities and employment training up to the last day of active duty. DoD SkillBridge and Marine Corps Credentialing Opportunities On-Line (COOL) are tools that enhance a Marine’s ability to securing meaningful employment with a higher starting salary.

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Tuition Assistance

We want you to increase your knowledge in your chosen line of work. It allows you to connect with trained counselors who are able to provide academic counseling, tuition assistance and more.

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G.I. Bill

POST 9/11 GI BILL Marines who are looking to pay for their education through the POST 9/11 GI Bill will receive 100% tuition assistance after 36 months of active duty.

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Libraries

The libraries contain a wide variety of books, services and resources for military families. The libraries provide computer access to both adults and children. Patrons must be a registered user in order to access many of the websites and resources offered online.

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Higher Learning

Education Services Specialists offer a wide range of academic advice including how to get started, what school to choose, what program to study, tools to research educational questions, whether or not to use distance learning, financial options, available basic skills courses, and more.

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Testing Services

The Education Offices are available to proctor exams for school and work. Standardized testing is available at no cost for active duty.

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Leadership Scholar Program

The Leadership Scholar Program (LSP) helps exceptional Marines who want to pursue their education at highly selective schools after they transition out of the Marine Corps, with an emphasis on junior enlisted Marines.

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