We salute you!

As we celebrate our nation’s independence and freedom this week with barbecues, fireworks, baseball and lake time (for those of you in Minnesota), Distance Minnesota wants wish you a Happy 4th of July!

Soldier saluting with the American flag behind him

“This nation will remain the land of the free only so long as it is the home of the brave.” – Elmer Davis

During this week of celebration, we do take time to remember those who serve. Veterans, service members and their families are very important to Distance Minnesota and we want to serve you all in military-friendly fashion. To do that, we have made available tools, resources and connections chosen especially for you to help with planning and accomplishing your goals:

  • Tuition benefits: Distance Minnesota schools are committed to providing upfront information about costs, financial programs and free personalized planning help.
  • Mobile programs and courses: If you need to fit learning around military, civilian, family or community commitments, Distance Minnesota has a mobile learning program that will keep pace.
  • SMART goals resources: The best thing to do to ensure a successful mission in life is to begin with a solid plan. Our SMART goal resources will help you increase your chance for success.

And don’t miss out on our admission checklist, education advising, career services and other Vet Center resources.

If you are looking to start a new career or advance your education, there is still time to consider Distance Minnesota for fall 2014! Connect with an online advisor today to learn more about our military-friendly programming.

Contributed by: Nicole Seifert | Sr. Online Advisor

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