This year's ranking scores 1,432 four-year colleges to identify those where veterans are most likely to thrive, both during their education and after.
Could you use some help preparing for the classroom after being in the military? Learn about the Warrior-Scholar Project and apply for one of their free summer sessions.
All veterans are advised to complete the FAFSA to qualify for student financial aid in addition to any education benefits they receive through the military.
Many colleges and universities accept ACE credits, which means you should be able to apply some of your past training and experience to college credit.
Have you considered your future desired lifestyle and career goals? How will your major help you reach those goals?
Older students heading back to school may sometimes be tempted to choose a major or field of study based on what they know, rather than what really suits them.