Army Education Programs

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Like the other military branches, the Army offers its members great opportunities to get a college education. These programs are generally referred to as Voluntary Education or Vol Ed. The Army Continuing Education System (ACES) offers many education programs for lifelong learning. 

ACES offers the following programs to help soldiers reach their education goals:

Army Tuition Assistance

If you are on Active Duty or in the Army Reserve, you may be eligible to receive up to 100% of your college tuition. Learn more about the Army Tuition Assistance Program.

eArmyU

eArmyU is a college program that provides you:

  • 100 percent tuition assistance (TA)
  • Books and study materials
  • Fees for online courses
  • A technology package which includes a laptop computer, printer, email account and Internet access

This program is entirely online, offering soldiers a streamlined "portal" approach to a wide variety of post-secondary degrees and technical certificates. What's more, the technology package becomes yours after you complete 12 semester hours.

Keep Up With Your Education Benefits

Whether you need a guide on how to use your GI Bill, want to take advantage of tuition assistance and scholarships, or get the lowdown on education benefits available for your family, Military.com can help. Sign up for a free Military.com membership to have education tips and benefits updates delivered directly to your inbox.

Click here to learn more about applying for eArmyU.

To learn more about these programs visit the GoArmyEd website.

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