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Military Tuition Assistance (MilTA) is funded by the Department of Defense and can pay up to 100% of tuition and fee expenses up to limits imposed by each branch of service. MilTA can be used in conjunction with Department of Veteran Affairs GI Bills Chapter 30 (Montgomery GI Bill) and Chapter 33 (Post 9/11 GI Bill®) through the "Top-up" program to pay for tuition and fees that exceed the MilTA maximum allowance.
Military Tuition Assistance is administered by each service according to their own regulations, qualifying criteria, procedures and limitations. Service members are encouraged to contact their command Education Services Office for the current status of their service's MilTA program and available funding.
Generally, Military Tuition Assistance:
1. Obtain Military Tuition Assistance approval before class starts, but no sooner than 30 days prior:
2. Provide a copy of your approved MilTA to the Champlain College Office of Students Accounts so the school is aware of your source of tuition payment and you can arrange to pay any remaining.
3. The Office of Student Accounts works directly with each service invoicing the appropriate charges and applying payments to the student account.
4. Notify the Veteran Services Office if you plan to use VA Top-up in conjunction with the MilTA so the School Certifying Official can work with you to properly certify your Top-up enrollment to the VA. If you choose to use VA Education benefits in conjunction with your MilTA, you should take a look at the TATU TopUp program webpage. If you are engaged in active duty, you may find it useful to cover the tuition beyond what the MilTA provides. For example MilTA may provide $750 of a 3 credit $1770 class ($590 per credit), TATU can pay the remaining $1020.
"Post 9/11 GI Bill®" is a registered trademark of the U.S Department of Veteran Affairs