Abraham Lincoln University is a military-friendly school, accepting military veteran spouse education assistance in a number of forms. The United States Armed Forces honors its veterans by presenting military veteran spouse benefit programs, including the military veteran MyCAA program, to the wives and husbands of service men and women who have served their country.
One of the major military veteran spouse benefit programs is GI Bill Transferability. The new Post-9/11 GI Bill provides education benefits for the spouses and children of service men and women and veterans. Those who have served at least six years in the Armed Forces and who agree to serve at least another four years may transfer unused GI Bill entitlement to their spouse. At the ten year anniversary, service men and woman may transfer the benefit to any dependent, spouse or child.
Military Veteran MyCAA Education Benefits
Another major benefit is military veteran MyCAA, which is available to veterans who are still in Armed Forces reserves.
MyCAA stands for Military Spouse Career Advancement Accounts. Military veteran MyCAA program benefits provide up to $4,000 ($2,000 per year for two fiscal years) in funds for tuition and other costs. The program is designed to help military spouses gain expertise, certification, and/or degree completion leading to employment in portable career fields. At Abraham Lincoln University, there are several diploma and associate degree programs which will be perfect for using MyCAA funds.
To learn about how to use military veteran spouse benefits including military veteran MyCAA, contact the admissions team and military education coordinator by emailing or give us a call at 866.558.0999.
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