What Counselors Should Know About Servicemembers Opportunity Colleges (SOC) Degree Network System (DNS)
Today’s military members have access to a variety of voluntary education opportunities that can help them reach their personal and professional goals. However, military students face challenges that may slow their progression toward completing requirements for certificate and degree programs. This includes the mobile military lifestyle, deployment cycles, balancing family commitments, and being unaware of support resources. Students may also have questions about programs of study, degree requirements, transfer credits, and career plans. The Department of Defense (DoD) sponsors the Servicemembers Opportunity Colleges (SOC) Degree Network System (DNS) to connect service members to high quality education institutions to help address some of the challenges and questions students may face. READ MORE in the May DIB!
- Counselor Tools and Resources
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Also, be sure to check out the DANTES website and DANTES student blog for more information on a variety of military education programs to help military members, their families and veterans with their education goals.