Exemption from matriculation or tuition fee for spouse or child under age 26 of certain permanently and totally disabled Veterans


Jul 17, 2013

About: Exemption from matriculation or tuition fee for spouse or child under age 26 of certain permanently and totally disabled Veterans of the Armed Forces, the Kentucky National Guard or Reserves, former prisoners of war, or member of the Armed Forces missing in action. The Veteran must be a resident of the Commonwealth of Kentucky or married to a Kentucky resident, and was discharged under honorable conditions. The spouse, regardless of age, and any child, stepchild, or orphan, under the age of twenty-six (26), of a permanently and totally disabled member of the Kentucky National Guard or Reserve Component injured while on state active duty, active duty for training, or inactive duty training, or a permanently and totally disabled war veteran, or a one hundred percent (100%) service-connected disabled veteran regardless of wartime service, or prisoner of war or member of the Armed Services declared missing in action shall not be required to pay any matriculation or tuition fees upon his admission to any state-supported institution of higher education or to any state-supported vocational training school for a period not in excess of forty-five (45) months in order to obtain a diploma, nor in excess of the lesser number of months required for a certificate of completion.

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Learn More: http://www.lrc.state.ky.us/KRS/164-00/515.PDF

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