Distance Learning: The Flexible Way to Earn a College Degree

You want to earn a college degree, and maybe you’ve already started taking classes while deployed. You’re still in the beginning stages, though, and you have a long way to go before you earn that piece of paper. Don’t worry: Whether you’re already halfway there or haven’t even begun the process, DANTES can help you reach your educational goals.

Good news: There are options to help busy Service members in your situation. Here’s what to do: Visit the DANTES website to learn about the many credit-by-examination and distance-learning options that are available to you. Taking exams to get college credit for knowledge and experience you already have is a great way to shorten the time it takes to get that degree, and distance learning can help you make it the rest of the way.

As a Service member, you’ve got a lot on your plate. Juggling the responsibilities of full-time service, family obligations, and the time required to further your education may seem like a daunting task. This is where the distance-learning program comes in: It allows you to take classes whenever and wherever it’s convenient for you, offering the flexibility that you need to stay on course and accomplish the mission.

Go to the DANTES website today and start your journey toward higher education.

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Michelle Alexander

Graphics Designer/Editor at DANTES
Michelle Alexander is a native of Alabama and a retired Air Force Master Sergeant with 24 years of dedicated service. She is responsible for the DANTES Information Bulletin (DIB) monthly newsletter and all other Communication Division visuals. ROLL TIDE!