Tuition assistance is possibly one of the greatest benefits of serving in the U.S. Military. Check out the new articles covering various aspects of education in the military from the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps and Coast Guard.
Army to pay tuition assistance direct to schools [Sep 30, 2009] Beginning Oct. 1, active and Reserve Soldiers won't need to put money up front for tuition. Educational institutions listed at www.GoArmyEd.com will receive the tuition money directly from Army Human Resources Command.
2009 tuition assistance deadline is Sept. 15 [Aug 12, 2009] Active-duty Marines are authorized $4,500 in tuition assistance each fiscal year to put toward earning a degree. The new fiscal year begins Oct. 1, which means Marines can receive up to $4,500 for TA.
Obama Favors Inclusive Approach to GI Bill Benefits [Aug 4, 2009] The Post-9/11 GI Bill educational benefit authorizes VA to pay the actual tuition and fees charged by a university, up to the maximum in-state tuition and fees charged by the most expensive public university in the state.
New GI Bill Renews Commitment to Troops, Obama Says [Aug 3, 2009] Today’s new GI Bill, Obama said, was implemented “to renew our commitment to ensure that the men and women who wear the uniform of the United States of America get the opportunities that they have earned.”