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Colleges in Maryland

The beautiful state of Maryland offers almost 4,000 miles of shoreline including the eastern shores of Assateague Island and the United States' largest estuary, the Chesapeake Bay. Because of these shores, water sports are popular recreational activities. The climate is rather mild with average temperatures in the summer being between 67-87 degrees Fahrenheit. The moderate winters keep temperatures between 24 and 40 degrees Fahrenheit.

Visitors and residents of Maryland can enjoy 43 military and government attractions including battlefields, training centers, monuments, and museums. Maryland also houses several military bases, including three Army bases, which are spread out across the state. Aberdeen Proving Ground in Hartford County in the northeastern part of the state, Fort Detrick in located in north central Maryland in the city of Fredrick, and Fort Meade in Anne Arundel County in the central part of the state, all provide support for military personnel.

You may also connect with other Army students while attending school in Maryland. University of Maryland University College and Montgomery College were two of the twelve Maryland schools that are considered military friendly by GI Jobs Magazine.

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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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