Md. College Called “Military Friendly”

Magazine survey gives high marks to Capitol

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    Capitol College in Laurel, Md., has been named “military friendly” for the third consecutive year by “G.I. Jobs” magazine.

    Capitol’s military friendly attributes include online learning for most programs and flexible class times, according to Capitol College officials. In addition,  Maryland National Guard members are eligible for a 50 percent tuition discount.

    “Capitol College is proud to be honored by G.I. Jobs magazine as military friendly for the third consecutive year,” Tony Miller, director of graduate admissions and military liaison, said in a statement. “The flexibility and affordability of Capitol’s degree programs make the institution perfect for those military members that serve our country.”

    G.I. Jobs magazine is geared toward helping members of the Armed Forces transition from the military to new careers as civilians, according to its website.