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Active military service members have access to military tuition assistance through the United States government to help offset a portion of the tuition and fees. For full-time, active-duty servicemembers in each military branch, the military’s tuition assistance program pays up to a maximum of $250 per semester credit hour and an individual max determined by each branch of service. 

For more information, contact your Military Branch Education Counselor or Education Service Officer (ESO) for details on tuition assistance eligibility and the specific branch process for the submission of the tuition assistance form:

Army Tuition Assistance Students

Army Tuition Assistance has transitioned to ArmyIgnitED. Students planning to use Army Tuition Assistance should follow the following steps:

  1. Apply to Florida Institute of Technology 
  2. Meet with your Army Education Counselor. 
  3. Select an Education Goal in ArmyIgnited that matches your degree program at Florida Tech. 
  4. Enroll in classes at Florida Tech 

Discounts for Active Duty Students

Based on your location and program of study, you may be eligible for a tuition discount.

Students taking advantage of military tuition assistance may find their tuition 100% covered by enrolling in the Wisdom Warrior Program. Available only to Active Duty (under title 10) service members pursuing an online degree program, the Wisdom Warrior Program reduces the service members tuition to $250 per semester credit hour so that your entire cost is covered by tuition assistance.

The Wisdom Warrior Program is limited to degree programs in our Virtual and Education Centers. Effective Fall 1, 2024, it will be extended to include the Online 8-week programs. The Wisdom Warrior Program may not be used for any other programs or locations.

Contact the office of Military and Veteran Student services for more information.

Military Spouse Career Advancement

The Military Spouse Career Advancement Accounts (MyCAA) program divided up to $4,000 (over two years) of Financial Assistance for military spouses continuing their education.

Get Started with MyCAA

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