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Schools in Virginia Near Fort Monroe

Fort Monroe is located in Hampton, Virginia at the tip of the Virginian Peninsula. Home to the Army's Training and Doctrine command (TRADOC), its population of 5,700 includes those on active duty, family members, and civilians. Life on Fort Monroe is supported by a day care, youth center, library, bank, and health clinic. There is also a gift store, barbershop, restaurant, and Laundromat. Some things to do with your time off include arts and crafts, fishing and camping, golf and tennis, and auto hobby.

Hampton and the neighboring city of Virginia Beach are full of things to do. Check out Fort Wool, American Theatre, Virginia Air and Space Center, and the Chesapeake Bay. You can also continue your education at Fort Monroe. Colleges in Hampton that offer degrees include Hampton University, Old Dominion University, and Regent University. Of course, servicemembers can also enroll in online education programs to complete their degrees online.

Fort Monroe provides a high quality of life for its residents and a strong commitment to the health of its community through its services and programs. That plus the attractions in the Hampton area make it a great choice for your next move.

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This list does not include all schools that accept GI Bill funding or VA Benefits. For a more complete list of schools, click here.

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