Education
College Fee Waiver

Callifornia College Fee Waiver (CFW)
The California College Fee Waiver (CFW) program benefits the spouse and children of U.S. veterans. Students meeting the eligibility criteria may get their college fees waived if they attend a California Community College, a California State University, or University of California campus.

National Resource Directory

National Resource Directory - Education & Training
Find information on education and job training opportunities including scholarships, tuition assistance programs, the GI Bill, the Yellow Ribbon Program and more.

 

Veterans Upward Bound Veterans Upward Bound
To empower the men and women who have sacrificially served our nation in the military, Veterans Upward Bound helps veterans transition more effectively into college. The Program provides free college prep courses in Computer Science, English, Math, Typing and Spanish. 

5400 E Olympic Blvd, Suite 130
Los Angeles, CA 90022
323.832.5452

Rio Hondo College Veterans Services Center

Rio Hondo College Veterans Services Center
Find out how to apply to Rio Hondo College as well as information on veterans loans, GI Bill updates, job fairs, the Veteran's Club and more.

  2014 GETTING UNCLE SAM TO PAY FOR YOUR COLLEGE DEGREE
This unique handbook, written for active military personnel, covers everything you need to know about: the G.I. Bill, Tuition Assistance, scholarships, Reserve educational assistance, veteran benefits, student aid, selecting the right degree for you – why some degrees might be better for you than others, finding the right military-friendly school, tips on staying ahead of the curve, and much, much more!
 2014 Military Childrens' Scholarship Handbook 2014 MILITARY CHILDREN’S SCHOLARSHIP HANDBOOK
A college degree has become the essential tool to unlock doors for future success. This handbook contains all the latest information about getting a college degree, including: types of higher education, resources for finding the right college, entrance exams, financial aid resources, paying for college, applying for federal student aid, Pell Grants, Direct and Federal Family Education Loans, PLUS loans, Consolidation loans, Federal Work-Study Program, U.S. Armed Forces and ROTC, and much more!