Education Benefits in the US Air Force The Air Force offers its personnel a world-class education system called the Air Force Virtual Education Center (AFVEC). The AFVEC virtually gives Airmen the freedom to fully participate in every aspect of their education. The Air Force Virtual Education Center The AFVEC provides online access to a number…
Last week, the Department of the Air Force announced that it has restored the military tuition assistance cap back to $4,500 per fiscal year. They also announced that the Credentialing Opportunities Online (COOL) funding has been restored, effective immediately.
Tuition Assistance (TA) is more popular now than ever thanks to COVID, with most service members having a little extra time on their hands to focus on higher education. Because of this increase in use, changes have been made to both Navy and Air Force Tuition Assistance education benefits.
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.
Dive into scholarships that are open only to Air Force personnel – active and former. See the full list and start your college education.
Tuition Assistance is different for each of the branches. Here’s everything you need to know about the Air Force Tuition Assistance program.
How Airmen & Women Can Enroll at The Community College of the Air Force Being active duty in the Air Force means that you are also afforded opportunities to continue your education while serving. How? Through the Community College of the Air Force. The Community College of the Air Force (CCAF) is a worldwide multi-campus community…