Post-military life is daunting. You may be wondering about your next step. Go straight to work? Get a degree? Maybe take some time off? Only you can make the right choice for yourself. Before you do, think about the benefits of continuing your education.
Why Start a Degree Now?
Beginning your education after years in the military offers several benefits, including:
- Build on your military experience: Your military training and the skills you learn at Vista College can serve you in a variety of careers and are transferable to virtually any field.
- Potential for financial security: Investing your time into a degree allows you to training for a career that’s in-demand and secure, providing you and your family with the potential for financial security.
- Start your next chapter: Moving back into civilian life is a transition for every veteran. A degree provides you with a clear path and a new goal to work towards as you begin your next chapter.
- Use your military scholarships: As a veteran of the military and Vista College student, you likely qualify for several scholarships that can make your education and degree affordable.
- Meet your unique schedule: To make earning your degree less stressful, we offer online courses that you can take anywhere through our online program. We also offer day and night classes at our various ground campuses.
We know that while your military benefits may allow you to pursue your education, it’s the camaraderie and support you receive on campus that determines if you finish. That’s why our admission representatives are here to support you every step of the way.
Begin Your Post-Military Career
Ready to start your post-military career at a top Military Friendly®2 school? Contact Vista College today to start your application and begin earning your Bachelor’s Degree, Associate’s Degree, certificate or diploma!
¹ GI Bill is a registered trademark of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (“VA”). More information about education benefits offered by the VA is available on the U.S. government GI Bill website
2 Military Friendly is a registered trademark of Victory Media, Inc., a subsidiary of Neptune Holdings, Inc