is an Army online learning portal which provides access for Soldiers to over 100 degree plans at regionally-accredited colleges and universities.
"no laptop" enrollment, now called "eCourse enrollment," will also be extended to all officers beginning this month, officials said.
, to associate's degrees in 41 fields of study from between 10 and 20 community colleges nationwide.
offers tutoring around the clock, but many programs do not.
In August 2000, Troy State University at Fort Benning (TSU-FB) in Georgia was one of 29 colleges and universities selected to participate in the eArmyU
More than 65,000 Soldiers are enrolled in eArmyu
, which was developed in 2001.--ARNEWS
The Army launched eArmyU
in 2001, to offer eligible enlisted Soldiers the opportunity to work toward a college degree or certificate online.
CHANGES in re-enlistment criteria broaden eligibility for the eArmyU
laptop enrollment option and extend the program's no-laptop option to all officers.
More than 9,000 soldiers have signed up for distance education so far this year through eARMYU
ACES counselors assist Soldiers in identifying education goals, provide counseling on tuition assistance and Army education policies and procedures, and initiate eArmyU
IN 2001 the Army launched eArmyU
, a computer-based program designed to offer eligible enlisted Soldiers the opportunity to work toward a college degree or certificate, eArmyU
is available Army-wide, regardless of duty station.
The Army Continuing Education System's eArmyU
program opens to all eligible active-duty enlisted Soldiers.