Military Information:

At ed2go we pride ourselves in our ability to assist members of the military community in continuing their education. We are here to help you find the appropriate funding programs that are available to you as a military spouse, or a current or former member of our armed services. Below is some information on the various military benefits programs that can help you determine which one you qualify for:

Military Spouse Career Advancement Account (MyCAA)

**Up to $4,000 is available to eligible military spouses!

Spouses of Active duty military members around the world are able to enjoy a $4,000 career education benefit funded through the Department of Defense. There are a variety of training options available and we offer programs in all of the approved fields! We have knowledgeable staff available to assist you with making your career decision, so please contact us or visit to establish an account. Please continue the action by accepting the certificates when prompted ("Continue to this website (not recommended)").

Military Tuition Assistance and Tuition Reimbursement (TA)

**Up to $4,500 is available to eligible current military members!

The Armed Forces offers Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen, Marines, Guardsman and Reservist a variety of programs to support their education goals. Tuition Assistance covers up to100% for college courses, vocational training, and certificate courses taken during off-duty hours. Each service has its own criteria for eligibility, obligated service, application processes and restrictions. Check out your specific branch below.

The Army has launched a new automated tuition assistance project. The TA automation will allow active duty soldiers to request TA and enroll in courses online. This will speed up the enrollment process and minimize wait times at Army Education Centers. Active Duty soldiers are now able to request TA online through GoArmyEd.

Air Force
You must apply for Tuition Assistance online using the Air Force Virtual Education Center. This must be done through the Air Force Portal at There are six steps to completing the AFVEC online TA process.

Please check with your command first. Certificate program are not normally covered by TA.

Receive educational counseling from your Navy College Office in person, by phone or email.Determine which courses will be requested for TA funding. Complete a TA Application form with your Navy College Office, NETPDC 1560, ensuring to list course(s) and fee(s). Receive command approval signature to enroll in the course(s).

Please check with your command first. Certificate program are not normally covered by TA.

The U.S. Marine Corps Voluntary Education Program provides Service members the opportunity to reach their educational goals. They can complete their high school education, earn an equivalency diploma, improve their academic skills or level of literacy, and enroll in vocational and technical schools. Please click here for more details. First time user? Be sure to click the College 101 link for TA training. The last page must be printed and signed to begin TA request process.

Marine & Family Programs Division
Education and Career Services
3280 Russell Road
Quantico, VA 22134-5103

Phone: (703) 784-9550
DSN: 278-9501

The Montgomery GI Bill (GI Bill) & Transfer GI Bill for Military Dependents (TEB)

The GI Bill has several associated chapters that apply to the various benefit eligible groups. We have detailed chapters 30 (Veteran before 2001), 32 (Veteran before 1985), 33 (Veteran after 2001), and the TEB on this page.

Guardsmen and Reservist chapters 1606 and 1607 information may be found here.

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