Military Education Benefits and Grants
Assistance for active-duty service members, veterans, spouses, and dependents
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The Ultimate Investment in Your Future
You deserve an education worthy of your military service. Make your investment in your education count when you attend the University of Arizona Global Campus (UAGC), where you can take advantage of multiple military education benefits. These military benefits are tailored to help active-duty military and veterans, as well as provide tuition assistance for military spouses and dependents.
Whether you use Military Tuition Assistance, veteran benefits, tuition reimbursement, cash, third-party billing, or financial aid, you’ll have help navigating your finance options every step of the way.
Military Grants and Benefits
My Career Advancement Account
The My Career Advancement Account (MyCAA) Scholarship Program is a workforce development program that provides up to $4,000 in financial assistance (lifetime amount) to eligible military spouses who are pursuing a license, certification, or associate degree in a portable career field and occupation.Learn More
Active Duty Service Member Grant
As an active duty service member, member of the National Guard, or Reservist, you may be eligible to receive reduced tuition of $250 per credit as an undergraduate, $350 as a master's degree student, and $920 as a doctoral student with the UAGC Military Grant. The Military Grant also covers taxes and many of your education-related fees at the undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral levels.Learn More
With our Veteran Grant, spouses of veterans and dependent undergraduates can take advantage of a unique opportunity to receive savings on tuition and fees at UAGC, making it the most inclusive choice for veterans and their families seeking a college degree. Undergraduates pay $450 per credit tuition,** have some fees waived, and receive free course materials and books.Learn More
Yellow Ribbon Program
We are a proud participant in the Yellow Ribbon Program, an agreement between Veterans Affairs and the University that allows eligible students to have 100% of your tuition covered.Learn More
VA Education Benefits
There are many GI Bill® options, and you should consider your preferred type of training and the amount you will receive under each benefit to decide which option is best for you.Learn More
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Air Force Tuition Assistance (TA) is offered to active-duty Airmen and Reservists on extended active duty. TA is paid up to $250 per credit hour for a total of $4,500 per fiscal year. TA must be requested seven days prior to start (but not earlier than 45 days prior to start). TA is requested online using the Air Force Virtual Education Center (AFVEC Portal).
For the most up-to-date information regarding the Air Force Tuition Assistance Program, visit the MilTA page at https://www.afpc.af.mil/benefits-and-entitlements/military-tuition-assistance-program/
Members of the U.S. Army, including Army Reserve and Army National Guard on active duty, are eligible for Tuition Assistance (TA) for up to $250 per credit hour with a $4,000 cap per military fiscal year. TA requests must be submitted and approved before the start date of the class, without exception. All eligible soldiers will request TA through ArmyIgnitED.
For the most up-to-date information regarding the Army Tuition Assistance Program, visit the ArmyIgnitED at https://www.armyignited.com/app/ or speak with a representative from your designated Army Education Center.
Coast Guard Tuition Assistance (TA) is offered to Active-Duty Coast Guard and Reserve members affiliated with the Selected Reserve (SELRES). TA is authorized for up to $250 per credit hour for a total of $3,750 per fiscal year. TA must be requested 14 days prior to start (but not earlier than 90 days prior to start).
For the most up-to-date information regarding the U.S. Coast Guard Tuition Assistance Program, visit https://www.uscg.mil/Portals/3/Documents/VOL_ED/TA%20WAWF%20Guide%205%200%202.pdf?ver=2017-02-23-112920-397.
Marine Corps Tuition Assistance (TA) is offered to active-duty Marines up to $250 per semester hour for a total of $4,500 per fiscal year. TA requests must be submitted and approved before the start date of the class, without exception.
For the most up-to-date information regarding the Marine Corps Tuition Assistance program, visit https://www.marines.com/life-as-a-marine/benefits/education.html.
Navy Tuition Assistance (TA) is offered to active-duty sailors and selected Reservists on active duty for 120 continuous days who have completed a minimum of two years of service (cannot be waived). TA is offered up to $250 per credit hour with a $3,000 (12-credit) cap per military fiscal year. TA must be requested at least 14 days prior to start date.
For the most up-to-date information regarding the Navy Tuition Assistance Program, visit the Naval Education and Training Professional Development Center at https://www.navycollege.navy.mil/.
If you are using VA education benefits, you are responsible for self-certifying at the end of every month to avoid interruption. Our Military Financial Services Advisors are available to make sure you understand your responsibilities.Learn More
Veteran Readiness & Employment
The Veteran Readiness and Employment service is responsible for delivering vocational rehabilitation services to veterans with service-related disabilities.Learn More
College Financing Plan
UAGC knows that students face a difficult task in deciding where to enroll for higher education, and that understanding the cost of college — and how to pay for it — can be daunting. Too often, students are left without a clear explanation of what the costs mean or how they compare to other colleges they are considering, and as a result, many students leave college with debt that they didn’t fully understand at the time they entered school.
UAGC is committed to ensuring that our prospective military service members and student veterans are aware of the financial investment they are making from the beginning and have adopted the College Financing Plan to assist in making an educated decision on where to attend school.
The College Financing Plan can be accessed through the Net Price Calculator. It provides a mock estimated award letter designed to simplify the information that prospective students receive about costs and financial aid so they can easily compare institutions and make informed decisions about where to attend school.
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**$450 per credit applies to veterans at the undergraduate level. The cost per credit at the master’s level is $665–$740. The reduced cost per credit at the doctoral level is $920.