Local University Offers Help to Armed Services

By Sean Everson | severson@kq2.com

Published 06/26 2014 09:38PM

Updated 06/26 2014 10:28PM

(ST. JOSEPH, Mo.) Representatives from the Missouri Army National Guard were at American Business and Technology University Thursday answering questions about tuition.

ABTU hosted an open house for training for military tuition assistance.
The training allowed individuals to learn about funding options available for educational opportunities.
If you were not able to make it to the open house, abtu works closely with current and former military members looking to go back to school.

"If someone has questions about what funding options are available to them, they can always contact us and we can. We have a tuition assistance representative on staff that deals directly with the different funding options," ABTU PR Director Nadia Thacker said.

ABTU accepts all military funding sources, including the GI-Bill, vocational rehab, survivor scholarships and tuition assistance.

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