Partner colleges provide a variety of associate, baccalaureate and master degree level programs to military personnel, as well as adult military Family members, retired military personnel and DoD civilians.  

Central Texas College (CTC) is a community college in Killeen, Texas. Founded in 1965, it has branch campuses in Europe and on military installations across the U.S.

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Founded in 1971 by the New York State Board of Regents, Excelsior University was originally known as the Regents External Degree Program (REX). Initial development was funded by major grants from the Ford Foundation and the Carnegie Corporation. From 1971 until 1998, Regents College (as it became known in 1986) operated as a program of the Board of Regents (which also served as its board of trustees) and under the authority of The University of the State of New York by which degrees and diplomas were awarded during that period.  In April 1998, the Board of Regents granted Excelsior a charter to operate as a private, nonprofit, independent institution and on January 1, 2001, Regents College changed its name to Excelsior College. In the early 2000s, Excelsior was among the first institutions to develop and offer courses via fully online instruction.

Today, an independent board of trustees composed of prominent individuals in the fields of education, business, and the professions from across the United States governs Excelsior University, ensuring Excelsior delivers upon the promise of its mission, vision, and values. As are all educational institutions in New York state, Excelsior University is a member of The University of the State of New York.

Excelsior offers 35-degree programs across six areas of study: business, health sciences, liberal arts, nursing, public service, and technology. Dedicated academic advisors and faculty members foster and promote academic success as students work toward career advancement and achievement of life goals and can be reached at 888-647-2388.

 

The University of Maryland Global Campus (UMGC) is a public university in Adelphi, Maryland. Established in 1947, UMGC focuses on online education in its classes and programs on campus in its Academic Center in Largo and at satellite campuses across the Washington–Baltimore metropolitan area, throughout Maryland, and across the world.

UMGC serves over 90,000 students worldwide and is one of the largest distance-learning institutions in the world.] UMGC is open to all applicants for undergraduate programs and is among the top 10 recipients of the federal G.I. Bill benefits. The university offers 120 academic programs in instructor-led and online classes, including bachelor's, master's, and doctoral degrees, as well as undergraduate and graduate certificates.

 

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