Tuition Assistance (TA) is a benefit offered to service members to assist with the cost of tuition. Military Tuition Assistance typically covers 100 percent of tuition, up to the $250 cap per credit hour. Our undergraduate tuition rate is discounted to $250 per credit hour, and our graduate programs are discounted for military personnel. Tuition Assistance only applies to tuition; students still need to pay semester fees.
Please see the Military Tuition Discounts & Scholarships page for information about military tuition discounts and instructions on how to apply for a discount.
Tuition Assistance Policies
Important Dates & Deadlines
Tuition Assistance Authorization Forms must be submitted to the Military Benefits Office by the payment deadline (first day of term) each semester.
Note: Military Tuition Assistance rules require accurate start and end dates on all TA authorizations. Please reference the appropriate dates for each enrollment period.
Choose your branch of service for a specific Tuition Assistance guide:
Are you a new or prospective student? First visit the GoArmyEd Admissions Page.
GoArmyEd – How to Enroll
NEXT STEP: GoArmyEd Course Planner
Virginia Army National Guard soldiers may be eligible to receive both Federal and State TA.
Air Force Reserve students may request Tuition Assistance (TA) reimbursement through their military education office. This means that the student must make payment directly to Regent and the student will receive reimbursement upon successful completion of the course. Please note that TA must be requested BEFORE the start date in order to receive reimbursement.
*Please Note: students using Air Force Reserve reimbursement Tuition Assistance will be responsible for making payment arrangements by the normal Business Office payment deadlines each semester.
Step 1 – Apply for Reimbursement TA
NOTE: “Reservists must apply for Tuition Assistance before the start of each class. The Reservist pays attending institution all costs associated with taking each class(s), and is then reimbursed (payment made directly to student) if the grade earned is a C- or better, to include “Satisfactory” and “Pass” on an alternate scale.”
Spouses of Active Duty or activated National Guard or Reserve service members seeking an Associate’s degree, certifications and licensure programs may be eligible for the Military Spouse Career Advancement benefit which offers up to $4,000 in educational Tuition Assistance.
To determine your eligibility for this program and to register, please go to the MyCAA website.
If you are eligible for the MyCAA program, please follow these steps:
There are significant differences between Tuition Assistance, Tuition Assistance TOP-UP, and how Tuition Assistance interacts with VA Benefits. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance with using either your Chapter 30 or Chapter 33 VA Benefits in conjunction with your Tuition Assistance.
You can get an Approved Degree Plan or Degree Worksheet from your Academic Advisor.
“GI Bill®” is a registered trademark of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). More information about education benefits offered by VA is available at the official U.S. government website at www.benefits.va.gov/gibill.
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