Interested in joining the US Armed Forces? This page has a list of the requirements and steps for enlistment as well as links to the websites for each branch.
This page has the Eligibility Requirements for each branch of the armed forces including age, physical, educational, and citizenship requirements, as well as selective service information.
Get information about the ASVAB (Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery) test. The test measures a young adult’s strengths and potential for success in military training.
Learn more about the Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC), a college program offered at many colleges and universities across the United States that prepares young adults to become officers in the U.S. Military. In exchange for a paid college education and a guaranteed post-college career, participants, or cadets, commit to serve in the Military after graduation.
This web page has information on a variety of grants and scholarships for military members and their families attending college. It has helpful information about each award, deadlines for application, and award amounts.
The Post-9/11 GI Bill (Chapter 33) helps you pay for school or job training. If you’ve served on active duty after September 10, 2001, you may qualify. Find out if you can get this education benefit and what those benefits include.
The Yellow Ribbon Program can help you pay for higher out-of-state, private school, foreign school, or graduate school tuition and fees that the Post-9/11 GI Bill doesn’t cover.
Florida is one of the many states that offers veterans tuition waivers and discounts. In some cases, veterans can use these for undergraduate degrees and so they can put their VA program-related funding towards advanced degree courses.
Learn more about student loan benefits for members of the Armed Forces and other useful resources.