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Air Force Tuition Assistance: What You Need to Know

Air Force Tuition Assistance

While serving in the Air Force, one way to pay for off-duty education is to use the Air Force Tuition Assistance program. There are different ways to pay for your schooling while you are in the military, and Tuition Assistance (TA) is one of them.

Air Force Tuition Assistance Program

Each of the military branches has a TA program with service-specific criteria. Here is what you need to know about Air Force Tuition Assistance.

Who Can Use the Air Force Tuition Assistance Program?

All qualifying Airmen can use Tuition Assistance. If you are an officer, you can use TA but you may incur a service obligation following the completion of your course.

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What Can You Use Air Force Tuition Assistance For?

Tuition Assistance will pay for:

Tuition Assistance will not pay for:

How Do You Request Tuition Assistance?

Applications can be done online through the Air Force Virtual Education Center.

How Much is Tuition Assistance?

The Air Force Tuition Assistance program pays up to $250 per credit hour, $166 per quarter hour.

What Else Do I Need to Know About Air Force Tuition Assistance?

TA will be denied for Airmen with:

If you are serving in the Air Force and would like to use Tuition Assistance to pay for all or part of your education, make sure you qualify, and make plans to sign up if you do.

NEXT STEP: Find schools approved for TA funding.  Search over 2,100 schools that accept Tuition Assistance in the CollegeRecon School Search tool.








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