Ashworth's low tuition makes your military benefits go farther, so you can complete your education with little to no out-of-pocket costs. To help make your education even more affordable, we proudly participate in DANTES and government-sponsored Military Tuition Assistance programs.
The DoD, Department of Veterans Affairs and many states offer programs to help pay for college. These programs include up to $4,500 a year for TA and the GI Bill® which can help cover expenses such as tuition, fees, books, and living expenses.
Military personnel, veterans and military spouses desiring to use TA for an Ashworth College degree program should call and discuss their educational goals with a Military Advisor. We will do a no-cost evaluation of accumulated credits to determine transfer eligibility. Once your degree plan has been created, you will need to apply for TA.
GoArmyEd® is the virtual gateway for all eligible Active Duty, National Guard and Army Reserve Soldiers to request Tuition Assistance online, anytime, anywhere for classroom and distance learning. Ashworth College is proud to be an LOI school with GoArmyEd.
Marine Corps Tuition Assistance offers financial assistance to service members who elect to pursue Off-Duty or Voluntary Education. First-time students must complete a TA Orientation Class through their education office PRIOR to using TA.
Navy Tuition Assistance provides for tuition and fees up to $250.00 per credit hour for a maximum of 16 semester hours of work per year.
Air Force Tuition Assistance is an important quality of life program that provides 100% tuition and fees for courses taken by active duty personnel. The program is one of the most frequent reasons given for enlisting and re-enlisting in the Air Force.
Coast Guard Tuition Assistance assist eligible personnel—active duty, reserve and civilian employees—in their professional development by providing for off-duty voluntary education courses to broaden their academic of Coast Guard technical background.
Members of the Selective Reserves are eligible for tuition assistance. However each of the Armed Forces determines how to administer their own Tuition Assistance. In addition, each state may offer its National Guard servicemembers state funded incentives based on state guidelines and eligibility.
The GI Bill® has been helping America's veterans get a quality education since 1944, when it was enacted to help veterans returning from World War II. Today's GI Bill has two principle versions:
If you have served at least 36 months of active duty and have made your $1,200 contribution, you could go to school for 36 months and earn up to $1,368 per month.
This is the newest manifestation of the GI Bill. If you served a minimum of 90 days active duty on or after September 11, 2001, you may qualify. This benefit provides up to 36 months of education benefits. Generally, benefits are payable for 15 years following your release from active duty. The Post-9/11 GI Bill also offers some service members the opportunity to transfer education benefits to dependents.
Ready to discuss military education benefits or have questions about one of our programs? Speak with a Military Advisor at 1-877-758-7630 today!