December 3, 2010 | Adam Sorensen | Leave a comment More service members are returning home from wars in Iraq and Afghanistan seeking to complete their education and move on to the next phase of their professional career. G.I. Jobs recently announced that Drexel University Online has won the most “Military Friendly School” distinction for the second consecutive year. Furthermore, The school currently enrolls 400 military and veteran students. “We are extremely proud to have earned this distinction for the second year in a row,” Ken Hartman, academic director at the school. “Drexel University Online recognizes the importance of supporting our nation’s military, who sacrifice so much for all of us and we plan on continuing to improve and expand services offered to our military students.” College officials said that Yellow-Ribbon-eligible degree seekers can attend the school tuition-free and with no enrollment caps, regardless of the degree program they choose. Furthermore, Drexel University Online offers scholarships and tuition discounts to military students, veterans and dependents. They added that along with online course, the school enables enrollees to take classroom-based programs on military bases. According to the Babson Survey Research Group and the Sloan Consortium, more than 4.6 million students in the U.S. were enrolled in an online course in 2008.