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  • Capella University:Capella reduces tuition 15% for undergraduate programs and 10% for graduate programs. The institution will also transfer credit for military training and similar experience.
  • DeVry University: Guardsmen, those serving actively, or reservist personnel in any branch of the Armed Forces are eligible for special pricing. Spouses are eligible as well, and application fees are waived.
  • Kaplan University: For undergraduate programs, tuition is reduced 45-55% for those actively serving and 24-38% for veterans. For graduate programs, rates are reduced from 12% to 22% depending on military status and selected program.
  • University of Phoenix: Special rates are in place for those serving actively, as well as their spouses. The University also offers financing, GI Bill benefits, and credit for experience.
  • Strayer University:Strayer provides scholarships to supplement the government's assistance so that undergraduate tuition may be completely covered and that graduate tuition may be mostly covered.
  • Western International University: This institution is VA approved and accepts College Level Examination Program (CLEP). It is a member of the MYCAA and Yellow Ribbon programs. It also offers discounts to veterans, those actively serving, and their dependents. Counselors are available as well.
  • American Sentinel University: American Sentinel offers discounted tuition rates.
  • University of the Rockies: Those belonging to the military community are eligible for grants to assist with the pursuit of Master's or Doctorate degrees.
  • Trident University: At no cost every fiscal year, servicemembers may complete approximately seven courses toward a Master's or Bachelor's degree.
  • Azusa Pacific Online University: This institution provides tuition assistance to veterans and to those who are serving actively. It participates in the Yellow Ribbon Program as well.
  • Tiffin University: Tiffin participates in the Yellow Ribbon Program, ROTC, and the Servicemembers Opportunity Colleges Consortium. It also offers scholarships and tuition discounts.
  • California Miramar University: All military spouses are awarded 50% tuition discounts.
  • Saint Leo University: This university is known for its military affiliation; it participates in ROTC as well as MyCAA and the Yellow Ribbon Program. It also provides counselors and fee reductions to veterans and servicemembers.
  • Central Michigan University: Central Michigan offers reduced rates to Department of Defense Civilians, along with reserves, guards, those on active duty, military retirees, and their spouses.
  • Remington College Online: This institution participates in the Yellow Ribbon Program, provides GI Bill Benefits, and discounts to military members.
  • Columbia Southern University: Application fees are waived for servicemembers and credit is given for military training. Dependents and spouses of those serving active duty are awarded 10% discounts.
  • Robert Morris University: Robert Morris is equipped with specialized counselors and is approved by the VA. It participates in the MyCAA and Yellow Ribbon programs, accepts CLEP and ACE credits, and offers discounts to servicemembers, veterans, and their dependents.
  • Colorado State University Online Plus: Discounts of 10% are provided to military personnel enrolled in a College of Business, and 15% to those in the College of Engineering.
  • Regent University: Regent offers a 15% tuition reduction to spouses and dependents of reservists, those serving active duty, guardsmen, retirees, and those in the public service field.
  • Everglades University: This institution participates in the Yellow Ribbon Program, MYCAA, CLEP, and the Standard Occupational Classification System (SOC). Also assists with tuition and VA benefits.
  • Rasmussen College: Current and former military personnel receive 10% tuition discounts. Spouses, as well as dependents to age 21, of those serving actively are also eligible for the discount.
  • Florida Tech University Online: Specially priced graduate programs are available to anyone actively serving, to guardsmen, to Reservists, and to veterans. Dependents and spouses of deceased or disabled servicemembers are also eligible.
  • Post University: Post is also VA approved, and also participates in the Yellow Ribbon and the SOC. The university offers discounts to active servicemembers, veterans, and their dependents. It also recognizes DSST standardized tests.
  • Grand Canyon University: This institution reduces tuition to enable undergraduate servicemembers to earn their degrees at no cost.
  • Liberty University: Liberty offers a variety of discounts to servicemembers, veterans, and their spouses.
  • Grantham University: Grantham also offers rate reductions to servicemembers, veterans, their dependents, and first responders.
  • Keller Graduate School of Management: Servicemembers and their spouses are eligible to receive the discounted price of $1,690 for a 3-credit graduate course. Military coursework credits may also be transferrable.
  • Herzing University Online: A tuition discount of up to 20% is available for undergraduate classes.
  • Keiser University: Military training credits are also considered at Keiser, and scholarships are available for servicemembers, veterans, and their dependents.
  • Jones International University: Special military rates are available for undergraduate courses, and tuition reductions of 20% are provided for graduate programs. Also, an undergraduate book program manages the costs of e-books, textbooks, and any other required reading.
  • Adaptability: Adaptability refers to your response to change and your propensity for looking into the future. You are a capable leader that is prepared to construct and implement detailed strategic plans designed to grow business despite challenging economic times. During your interview, describe a time in your life when you successfully facilitated a significant change. Perhaps, as a high school student working a summer job delivering newspapers, you created a standard procedure for a complex paper route that ensured timely delivery, every day. Explain the value of this asset and provide a scenario that illustrates how your adaptability will be useful in the firm.
  • Intuition: Teamwork is a vital component of most operations. The ability to intuit others' feelings and attitudes will help you interact as harmoniously with them as possible. Communicate your sensitivity and insight to interviewers by highlighting how you work with others – particularly in terms of conflict resolution. Participation in athletics and different clubs, or doing volunteer work, are ideal examples. For instance, mention an incident in which an acquaintance agreed to go to a sporting event with friends, but did so without much enthusiasm and after attempting to offer excuses for being unable to go. Explain how you intervened and suggested doing something else you thought might be more favorable – much to your acquaintance's delight.
  • Crisis Management: Competency in times of crises is an invaluable resource. Show up to an interview with plenty of scenarios in mind of crises you have navigated and resolved. The more details, the better. Think about a possible incident in which a friend was badly injured in a car accident. Explain how you called for help, soothed your friend, made sure no one else was hurt, and gave a detailed police report. For an even better impression, list the ways you manage your own stress. This may include exercise, deep breathing, and eating well. Maybe you had to conscientiously take slow, deliberate breaths while on the scene of the car accident, and needed ample time in the subsequent weeks to meditate, since your ability to concentrate was affected by the experience
  • Enterprise: This refers to your ability to work independently, as well as your knowledge of business dynamics. Overall, you must be able to prioritize tasks, be creative, identify niche markets, manage time, and maintain commercial awareness. Your use of effective negotiation and subtle persuasion should shine during an interview; the act of securing a job is a business endeavor. You must sell your strengths and value without being too forceful or generic. It requires careful strategic planning.
  • Nurture your mental health: Do this by maintaining a trustworthy support system, which should include friends, family members, and perhaps a counselor or therapist. Also remember that stress is inevitable and that you can't control everything or please everyone. Learn how to do your best despite extenuating circumstances, and decline others' requests and demands when necessary.
  • Get sufficient rest: Late nights may be a stereotypical norm in the college environment, but they are neither healthy nor especially productive. Sleep approximately 8 hours per night, and try to maintain a consistent sleep schedule. Try not to nap, eat, or drink too much before bed, either. Your sleeping area should also be cool, dark, and quiet. If you have roommates, negotiate these matters with them so you can come to a reasonable compromise.
  • Stay active: Whether you are running, biking, visiting the gym, or playing another sport, exercise is essential to physical and mental health. Walking to class is the perfect opportunity to practice physical fitness. Remember to stretch prior to exercise and use safety equipment when necessary. Incorporate different types of workouts into your routine as well, such as cardio and strength training. Bring your friends along and have fun.
  • Eat well: Pay attention to what you are eating; college students often eat either too much or not enough. Learn which portion sizes are right for you, and replace junk food with fruits and veggies as much as possible. Two things you should always remember to consume are breakfast and water. Skipping breakfast is a popular, but highly unhealthy habit. There are countless benefits associated with drinking water, and sharper concentration is among them. Limit sugary, alcoholic, and caffeinated beverages as well.
  • Mind Your Sexual Health: Of course it is always best to use protection, but consider getting available vaccinations and routine testing as additional measures. If you have any concerns or are feeling pressured, don't hesitate to address them with your partner or someone in your support network. Garner a thorough understanding of consent as well – there are seeming countless myths surrounding the circumstance of sexual assault. Any and all sexual activity must be completely consensual; individuals who are highly intoxicated are unable to give consent.
  • Take Care of Yourself when Ill: The chances of battling some type of cold or stomach bug are highly likely, so take as many preventative measures as you can. Wash your hands frequently, wear appropriate shoes when using public showers, get the flu shot, and avoid others who are sick. When you are suffering from some affliction, remember to drink lots of fluids. Use over-the-counter medications to ease your symptoms, and visit your doctor if they persist. To avoid further spreading the illness, avoid going to class until you are feeling better.