Tuition Options

Military Tuition Assistance

The Armed Forces offer eligible military members, their dependents and veterans several program benefit options to support their educational goals. For active and actively drilling members, this includes up to $4500 in Tuition Assistance for college courses, vocational training, and certificate courses taken. Each service has its own criteria for eligibility, obligated service, application processes, and restrictions.

Military Information:

As a partner with ed2go, we pride ourselves in our ability to assist members of the military community in continuing their education. We are here to help you find the appropriate funding programs that are available to you as a military spouse or a current or former member of our armed services. Below is some information on the various military benefits programs that can help you determine which one you qualify for:

Military Spouse Career Advancement Account (MyCAA)

**Up to $4,000 is available to eligible military spouses!

Spouses of Active duty military members around the world are able to enjoy a $4,000 career education benefit funded through the Department of Defense. There are a variety of training options available and we offer programs in all of the approved fields! We have knowledgeable staff available to assist you with making your career decision, so please contact us or visit https://aiportal.acc.af.mil/mycaa to establish an account. Please continue the action by accepting the certificates when prompted (“Continue to this website (not recommended)”).

Government Funding

Our courses offered through ed2go Career Training Programs are approved for Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA), Vocational Rehabilitation, Trade Adjustment Act (TAA), and other funding.

Financial Assistance – Government Funding

Many of our courses offered through ed2go Career Training Programs are also approved for Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA), Vocational Rehabilitation, Trade Adjustment Act (TAA), and other funding.

WIOA (Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act): Funds training for unemployed and some underemployed individuals to gain in-demand career skills

TAA/TRA (Trade Adjustment/Realignment Act): Funds training for individuals who have lost their job because it was sent overseas, or as a direct result of an increase in overseas imports

Voc Rehab: Funds training for individuals with a physical or mental handicap that presents a barrier to employment.

You may speak with an Admissions Counselor by dialing 877-221-5151, clicking our live chat feature, or by completing the form below.

†Your down payment is due at the time of application approval. Loan requests must be made for the full tuition amount. Loans for partial tuition amounts will not be accepted. To view the loan solicitation disclosure, click here.

Financial Assistance

Loans

Private Education Loan

This financing option is ideal for students who would like to pay for their program over a longer period of time. The maximum amount that may be borrowed on this interest-bearing loan is $3300 and must be paid off within 12 months (annual maximum is $6600). The standard interest rate for the loan ranges between 9% and 12%. The down payment ranges from just $1 to $199. Interest rates and down payments vary by program and are based on FICO score.

Fill out the form below or call 855.520.6806 so we can assist you with funding your career.

Payment Plans

Affordable payment plan options are available for all students to get started right away, as well as in-house financing options for a private student loan.

Become a Self Study Member & work at your own pace.

As a self-study member, you gain the flexibility of accessing courses to get the education and information you need while jump-starting your career. While this option does not include an online mentor or instructor, self-study students have access to the help desk, student support center and the option to participate in webinars and open class discussions.

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