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August 07, 1981 - Image 11

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The Michigan Daily-Friday, August 7, 1981-Page 11

THE HIGH COST OFA
COLLEGE EDUCATION
JUST WENT DOWN
A FEW DEGREES.

ANNOUNCING THREE NEW
ARMY NATIONAL GUARD
PROGRAMS THAT CAN HELP
YOU PAY FOR COLLEGE.
If you're like many col-
lege students, the closer you
get to your degree, the deeper
you get into debt. But, you
don't have to get in over your
head. Not when you join the
Army National Guard.
Because now, the Guard
has three new programs to
help you pay for college: the
Coilege Loan Repayment Pro-
gram; the Educational

Assistance Program, and the
Enlistment Bonus Program.
And you don't have to wait for
graduation to take advantage
of them. You could join the
Guard right now.
You see, the Army Na-
tional Guard is part-time. After
your initial training, it takes
just two days a month and two
weeks of annual training a
year to serve. So there's plenty
of time left for your studies.
And you get paid for every
hour you put into the Guard,
so you'll have extra cash for
books, lab fees, and all those
other little expenses that
come up.
Ompcourse, there's more
to the Guard than money. It's a
chance to do something good
for your country, as weIl as for
people right in your own com-

munity. The Guard can give
you more options in your life-
and more control over your
financial future.
If that sounds like where
you want to be, see your fi-
nancial aid officer, contact
your local Army National
Guard recruiter, or use the toll-
free number below for com-
plete details on how the Guard
can help you pay for college.
And help ina lot of other
ways, too. But hurry! These
special programs or college
students are available for a
limited time only.

The Guard is
America at its best.
NATIONAL
GUARD
Call toll-free: 800-638-7600.
In Hawaii: 737-5255; Puerto Rico: 723-4550; Virgin Islands (St. Croix): 773-6438;
Maryland: 728-3388; in Alaska, consult your local phone directory.
Program tens, paymentnamounts and eligibility requirements subject to change. All programs not available in all states.

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