As a military-friendly school, Abraham Lincoln University accepts many Army spouse benefits for educational costs. Here are a couple of the Army spousal benefits available to dependents of active duty soldiers:
In some cases, GI Bill benefits may be transferrable to spouses or other dependents. Be sure to research using GoArmyEd to make sure you are taking advantage of all of the benefits available for Army spouses and family members.
Army MyCAA Education Benefits
Abraham Lincoln University is eligible to accept MyCAA (Military Spouse Career Advancement Accounts) benefits. Visit the MyCAA page to learn more about Army MyCAA education benefits, which provide up to $4,000 over two fiscal years to military spouses for certificate, diploma and degree programs geared toward portable career advancement goals.To learn more about the Army spouse benefits available at Abraham Lincoln University and how to take advantage of them, please contact our admissions department by email at or by phone at 866.558.0999.
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