As a military-friendly school, Abraham Lincoln University not only accepts Coast Guard education benefits for active duty service members and veterans, but for spouses and other dependents as well. Among the benefits accepted are the Coast Guard MyCAA program, explained further down the page. Before we get to MyCAA, here are a couple of other options available for Coast Guard spousal benefits which may be of use at Abraham Lincoln University:
Coast Guard MyCAA Education Benefits
Abraham Lincoln University is eligible to receive Coast Guard MyCAA program benefits. MyCAA, standing for Military Spouse Career Advancement Accounts, is a program paying up to $4,000 over two fiscal years for military spouses to study toward certification, diploma, and associate degree programs which will help them in developing a portable career. Diploma programs in paralegal studies and criminal justice and associate degree programs in paralegal studies, criminal justice and business administration are good fits for the Coast Guard MyCAA program.
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