Your circumstances are unique. You manage a household and family though multiple PCS or spouse deployments, often for back-to-back tours. Finding the time to complete your education or add to your skills isn't always on the forefront of your mind. That's why Ashworth College is a perfect fit for military spouses; in any service branch.
Our flexible accredited programs are designed to help you achieve your education goals. Choose from over 100 affordable career and associate degree programs designed to prepare you with the portable career skills you'll need for success; CONNUS or OCONNUS.
Ashworth has assembled a support team of dedicated Military Advisors to provide you with help as needed. In fact, you'll get one-on-one support from day one to graduation day.
It's our mission to help our Military Spouses with:
Thanks to the Department of Defense, military spouses are eligible for up to $4,000 in education benefits. MyCAA benefits can be applied to career diplomas and certificates or associate degrees.
Open enrollment is completely self-paced and allows students 6 months to complete each semester or 1 year for career diplomas.
ArmyWife Network is the Internet's leading website for Army wives, by Army wives. They created the original Internet talk radio show, ArmyWife Talk Radio, designed specifically for military spouses. It is in its sixth year of broadcasting and has a network of over 25,000 Facebook fans!
ArmyWife Talk Radio & Field Problems™ has been featured in several media outlets such as CBS Evening News (twice), FOX Report with Sheppard Smith, Military Spouse Magazine, CinCHouse.com, American Legion Auxiliary, USAA Magazine, MOAA Magazine, Army Times, Armed Forces Press, Stars & Stripes, Guard Times, Military.com, Army.com, Army.mil, and more
ArmyWife Network can help answer questions such as:
ArmyWife Network also holds spouse seminars, Field Exercises™, which are held at various installations across the nation.
Enroll any time of the year and study 100% online. You needn't worry about interrupting your education due to deployments or PCS. Once you're settled, you can pick up your studies where you last stopped—no worries.