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Take advantage of an affordable education.

If you are currently serving in the U.S. Army, your college degree may never be more affordable. Army Tuition Assistance (TA) provides financial assistance for voluntary off-duty education programs in support of a soldier's professional and personal self-development goals. As an eligible service member who qualifies for Tuition Assistance, you are eligible for the following military tuition assistance:

The maximum amount paid for Tuition Assistance:

  • 100% Tuition

Not to exceed:

  • $250 per Semester Credit Hour
  • $4500 per Fiscal Year

By transferring qualified coursework, you may earn up to 92 credits towards your bachelor's degree. Get your education rolling and earn your bachelor's degree in as few as 3 years from DeVry University. Apply online — at no charge — today.

Enroll in Courses and Obtain Tuition Assistance Online

 

DeVry University students in the U.S. Army can use the automated portal of the Army Continuing Education System (ACES) for streamlined course enrollment. Follow these simple steps to get started:

 

  1. Register at www.goarmyed.com and set up your username and password, even if you don't intend to start classes immediately.
  2. Select DeVry University as your home school and contact your education counselor for program validation.
  3. Obtain a Commander's signature on the TA Statement of Understanding (SOU). Sergeants First Class (SFC) (E-7) and above may sign for themselves in place of the Commander. Each term you must recertify the TA SOU online.
  4. Once your program has been approved in coordination with your Military Admissions Advisor, you may use the Integrated Course Scheduler to select the courses applicable to your degree plan.

Important note: To ensure your TA voucher is accurate, you must obtain correct course information from your military admissions advisor.

 

For more information about the automated TA process, visit www.goarmyed.com. To learn more about your Tuition Assistance "Top-Up" benefits, visit the U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs web site.

 

How to Order Military Transcripts

 

If you have military training and experience that you would like evaluated for potential transfer credit, you'll need to secure an official transcript. Visit the Joint Services Transcript (JST) web site for instructions on how to do this.


Please contact your admissions advisor on where to send transcripts.

ARMY RESERVE

Take advantage of an affordable education.

If you are currently serving in the U.S. Army Reserve, your college degree may never be more affordable. As an eligible service member you are entitled to the following tuition assistance benefits:

  • $250 per Semester Credit Hour
  • $4500 per Fiscal Year

As a soldier in the Army Reserve you also can take advantage of the Montgomery GI Bill as a way to pay for a college education. Click here to learn more about Chapter 1606 and 1607 benefits.

By transferring qualified coursework, you may earn up to 92 credits toward your bachelor's degree. Start your education rolling and earn your bachelor's degree in as few as 3 years from DeVry University. Apply online - at no charge - today.

Montgomery GI Bill - Selected Reserve


The MGIB-SR program may be available to you if you are a member of the Selected Reserve. The Selected Reserve includes the Army Reserve, Navy Reserve, Air Force Reserve, Marine Corps Reserve and Coast Guard Reserve, and the Army National Guard and the Air National Guard.

The MGIB-SR pays up to 36 months of benefits for degree programs, certificate or correspondence courses, cooperative training, independent study programs, apprenticeship/on-the-job training, and vocational flight training programs.

For more information, please visit GIBill.va.gov

Get Started with Tuition Assistance

If this is your first time setting up tuition assistance, or if you have relocated to a new base, please contact your direct Supervisor or contact your base Education Center for specific information.

How to Order Military Transcripts

If you have military education and training that you'd like to have evaluated for potential transfer credit, you'll need to secure an official transcript. Visit the Joint Services Transcript (JST) web site for instructions on how to request transcripts.

Please contact your admissions advisor on where to send transcripts.

ARMY NATIONAL GUARD

Take advantage of an affordable education.

 

If you are currently serving in the U.S. Army National Guard, your college degree may never be more affordable. The National Guard offers guardsmen several programs to support their education goals, including up to 100% tuition assistance for voluntary college courses taken during off-duty hours. As an eligible Guard member you are entitled to receive the following tuition assistance benefits:

 

The maximum amount paid for Tuition Assistance:

  • 100% Tuition

Not to exceed:

  • $250 per Semester Credit Hour
  • $4500 per Fiscal Year

State Education Programs:

  • Many states offer education benefits in addition to federal and GI Bill benefits

(Funds may be used in conjunction with MGIB-Selected Reserve (SR) or MGIB-Active Duty (AD).)

 

By transferring qualified credits you may earn up to 92 credits towards your bachelor's degree. Start your education rolling and earn your bachelor's degree in as few as 3 years from DeVry University. Apply online - at no charge - today.

 

Get Started with Tuition Assistance

 

Federal Tuition Assistance (FTA) (as opposed to those opportunities which may exist in your state) is available through GoArmyEd.

 

For more information about tuition assistance in your state contact personnel in the State Education Office. The state's ESO contact information can be found on the National Guard website.

 

How to Order Military Transcripts

 

If you have military training and experience you'd like to have evaluated for potential transfer credit, you'll need to secure an official transcript. Visit the Joint Services Transcript (JST) web site for instructions on how to do this.

 

Please contact your admissions advisor on where to send transcripts.