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7.26.2010

How to pay for college with MyCAA Gone

MyCAA is gone for so many military spouses looking to advance their education. So are there other ways to pay for school. Here is a partial list we have found!

General George S. Brown Spouse Tuition Assistance - The purpose of the Spouse Tuition Assistance Program (STAP) is to provide partial tuition assistance for spouses of Active Duty airmen or officers, who accompany members to overseas locations and will be attending college programs. The focus of the program is on the completion of degree or certificate programs that provide increased occupational opportunities for spouses. The program provides tuition Assistance (TA) at a rate of 50% of unmet tuition charge per course, with a maximum of $1,500 per academic year and a term maximum, which is calculated by dividing the annual maximum ($1,500) by the number of terms within the academic year. For purposes of this program, "academic year" is defined as the 12-month period beginning August 1 through July 31 of each year.

Spouse Tuition Aid Program (STAP) - Navy and Marine Corps Relief Society -
STAP has been modified this year to a need based no interest loan, available to spouses residing with their active duty service member sponsor, while stationed outside the fifty United States. STAP no interest loans are available for part-time and full-time undergraduate and graduate studies.
The 2009 STAP program offers significantly expanded eligibility with loans of up to $3,000 per 12 month period. These modifications increase the number of qualified spouses and offer an excellent opportunity to complete an undergraduate or graduate degree when stationed overseas. To learn more about this program, please contact your local NMCRS office

Stateside Spouse Education Assistance Program (SSEAP)
The Stateside Spouse Education Assistance Program (SSEAP) is a need-based education assistance program designed to provide spouses of active duty and retired Army Soldiers, and widows(ers) of Army Soldiers who died either on active duty or in a retired status, and residing in the United States, with financial assistance in pursuing educational goals. The purpose of the program is to assist spouses/widows(ers) in gaining the education required to allow them to qualify for increased occupational opportunities.
Please remember the DEADLINE for the 2010-2011 Student Aid Report (SAR): Postmarked no later than May 1, 2010.

More military spouse education scholarships will be coming.

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