Beginning October 1, 2020, the Air Force will cut the cap for their Tuition Assistance (TA) program. The maximum amount of money airmen can receive in the next fiscal year will drop from $4,500 to $3,750, according to an announcement from the Department of the Air Force. These cuts apply to both undergraduate and graduate programs.
Scholarships for Air Force Service Members and Veterans There are thousands of scholarships open to those seeking higher education. With such a large pool of people competing, it can be beneficial to look for specific scholarships that only a select group can apply to. Something active duty service members can do – and in some… Read more »
While serving in the Air Force, you might be thinking about going to college. One way to pay for school 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… Read more »
If you’re in the US Air Force and looking to jumpstart your post-military career, there are many education options available. The Air Force offers many schools and programs to help you further educate yourself and work towards the career you would like to have – whether that’s in the Air Force or after separation. Here… Read more »