Military Spouse Education Initiative

Supporting ALL military spouses on their journey to graduation day

Education News

January 1, 2014: FAFSA filing opens up for the 2014-15 school year. In order to qualify for Pell Grants, Students Loans, Work Study programs, and more, you must complete this form.


The 2014-15 Spouse Club scholarship list is now LIVE! See if your location is offering financial aid options for the coming school year by clicking here.

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The Antics of a Non-Traditional Student,  by Bianca Strzalkowski, Contributor to the Huffington Post.

College looks much different to me today than when I was 19, rolling out of my dorm room just in time for class and eating Pop Tarts for dinner. My biggest responsibility back then was getting to the dining hall before they stopped serving tacos. Today, I am slow crawling my way through my senior year of school, after a decade of balancing academics around life happening.  Read More

Ensuring Military Spouses Get the Education They Want and Deserve by Bianca Strzalkowski, Contributor to the Huffington Post.
In 1999, as an energetic teenager, I started college in New Jersey. At the time, my now-husband was going through boot camp and his initial training in the Marine Corps. My desire to be where his boots were planted led me to a second college, just a year later. The rest of my educational story sounds the same, transfer upon transfer because of military moves or dropping a semester entirely because of life happening.  Read More

Upcoming Events

May 6-7:'s Spouse Summit. Click here for details: SpouseBuzz

May 9: Military Spouse of the Year Awards

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