The following is one of the military education benefits for Minnesota. You can view all the military education benefits for Minnesota here.
Educational Assistance for Minnesota POW/MIA Dependents: Dependents shall be allowed to attend the institution to obtain a bachelor's degree or certificate of completion, while eligible, free of tuition or charge. A dependent who enrolls as an undergraduate in any private Minnesota postsecondary institution shall be entitled to payment by the state of tuition and fees at a rate not to exceed $250 per year for so long as the dependent is eligible to attend the institution and is working toward a bachelor's degree or certificate of completion.
Eligibility: Any dependent that is accepted for enrollment in any Minnesota public postsecondary institution of a prisoner of war or a person missing in action. " Prisoner of war" and " persons missing in action" mean any person who was a resident of the state at the time the person entered service of the United States armed forces, or whose official residence is within the state, and who, while serving in the United States armed forces has been declared to be a prisoner of war, or to be a person missing in action as established by the Secretary of Defense after August 1, 1958. " Dependent" means the spouse of a prisoner of war or person missing in action, or any child born before or during the period of time the child's parent served as a prisoner of war or was declared a person missing in action, or any child legally adopted or in the legal custody of the parent prior to and during the time the parent served as a prisoner of war or was declared to be a person missing in action. Minnesota Statute 197.752