Navy

Man in the Navy

The Montgomery GI Bill (MGIB) provides eligible Coast Guard personnel with up to 36 months of benefits for education and training opportunities outside of the Coast Guard.These benefits may be used for degree and certificate programs, flight training, apprenticeship/on-the-job training and correspondence courses.

Generally, benefits are payable for 10 years following release from active duty.

The Post-9/11 Bill is an educational assistance program that provides eligible Coast Guard personnel with up to 36 months of benefits for education and training opportunities outside of the Army while they are on active duty. These benefits may be used for undergraduate and graduate degree programs, vocational and technical training, tutorial assistance, books, supplies and monthly housing. Generally, benefits are payable for 15 years following release from active duty and may be transferred to spouses or dependent children.

Financial Assistance toward tuition may be available during active duty.

Not to exceed:

$250 @ Semester Credit Hour, or 
$166 @ Quarter Credit Hour, and 
$4500 @ Fiscal Year

Tuition

Distance Education Courses - County residents: $134.00/semester hour plus E-learning fee ($104.00 tuition, $18.00 college/student fees, $12.00 technology fees, plus $100.00 per Online Course fee)

Distance Education Courses - Out-of-County residents: $227.00/semester hour plus E-learning fee ($215.00 tuition, $12.00 technology fees, plus $100.00 per Online Course fee)

Fees and Other Charges
Admissions fee $0
Registration fee $20.00
Late Registration fee $25.00
Technology fee $12.00 per credit
Transcripts $0
Transfer Credit Evaluation fee $0
Graduation Application $25.00
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